Price versus service: the patient impact

tug of war
Patients who attend a discount pharmacy are more likely to have a poorer perception of its service standards and are less likely to adhere to their medicines, new research suggests Researchers from the School of Pharmacy, University of Sydney, surveyed 319 patients recruited from eight Sydney pharmacies. They found that "attending pharmacies with a price

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