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Retail pharmacies have many opportunities to shape and improve consumer health care experiences. A strategy shift can make them both hubs of information and sources of comfort, as long as they align with consumer sentiment.

This report shares results from a Mastercard-sponsored Morning Consult study around retail pharmacy perceptions and related health care factors. Topics explored include:


  1. How can retailers increase comfort levels around receiving care?

  2. What do consumers think about prescription delivery services?

  3. Which factors are most important to consumers in loyalty programs?

  4. How can retail pharmacies focus around initiatives that drive ROI?


Learn how to drive greater success around your pharmacy's offerings and loyalty initiatives with access to key insights, actionable takeaways and client success stories. Download the report today.

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