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Pharmacists remain strong in Gallup honesty, ethics survey

Pharmacists remain strong in Gallup honesty, ethics survey

ARLINGTON, Va. – Pharmacists rank third in Gallup’s 2018 survey of honesty and ethical standards, maintaining their consistently strong showing in the annual measure of diverse professions. Health-related professions swept the top three, with nurses ranking first and medical doctors ranking second – just one percentage point ahead of pharmacists. “We want to thank pharmacists

Pharmacies are at top of Gallup poll on service

NEW YORK — Consumers agree that pharmacies are more than up to the task of providing superior customer service. A recent Gallup poll found that pharmacies and banks are rated the highest for customer service, while clothing and retail stores and fast-food restaurants have a smaller percentage of excellent service scores. Survey participants were asked

Gallup: Pharmacies stand tall in customer service

Gallup: Pharmacies stand tall in customer service

NEW YORK — Consumers agree that pharmacies are more than up to the task of providing superior customer service. A Gallup poll found that pharmacies and banks are rated the highest for customer service, while clothing and retail stores and fast-food restaurants have a smaller percentage of excellent service scores. Survey participants were asked to

With ACA in place, number of uninsured falls by a third

With ACA in place, number of uninsured falls by a third

WASHINGTON — The Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of Americans without health insurance by 15.8 million, or one-third, since 2013, new government data shows. In the first quarter of this year there were 29 million uninsured people, the National Center for Health Statistics said this month. The share of the population without insurance

Gallup: Pharmacists rate highly in integrity

ARLINGTON, Va. — For the 12th straight year, pharmacists continue to be rated near the top in Gallup’s annual Honesty and Integrity Survey. In its poll released last month, pharmacists maintained their ranking in the second position — behind only nurses and tied with medical doctors. The survey measures the public’s trust of diverse professions,