'One-and-Done' Consumers: Changing Behavior for a Consistent Commitment to Better Health Practices

Studies have shown that 20% to 30% of all prescriptions are never picked up by the patients who need them. That represents a huge burden. Let's say that your pharmacy fills an estimated 1 million prescriptions per month and 20% of those are never picked up. That leaves 200,000 prescriptions that are abandoned.

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