CINCINNATI, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthWarehouse.com, Inc. (OTC: HEWA), a leading VIPPS-accredited, retail, mail-order pharmacy, today announced Consumer Reports found it to have among the lowest total prices for four brand-name drugs: Lipitor, Nexium, Plavix, and Singulair.
The study was conducted by 43,739 Consumer Reports readers rating pharmacies for price, accuracy, knowledge, and speed. "Our national study of prices for four common brand-name drugs found average total differences of $168 or 29%, between the cheapest source (HealthWarehouse.com) and costliest (Publix)," the study noted.
In addition, the study found the following complaints when it came to our competitor pharmacies: "Medicine was out of stock (at least once in the past year for 32% of readers), counter service was slow (cited by 21%), and the order wasn't ready when promised (15%)."
"The Consumer Reports study shows that we not only have among the lowest prices for brand-name and generic medications, but that we are also addressing common problems consumers face when buying their medication at a pharmacy," said Lalit Dhadphale, President & CEO of HealthWarehouse.com. "By purchasing from HealthWarehouse.com, a legitimate VIPPS-accredited, mail-order pharmacy, consumers can bypass issues such as medications being out of stock, long lines, slow counter service, and orders not being ready when promised."
"While the study does not touch on this, our price advantage on generic drugs is even more significant. As always we remain committed to our customers' satisfaction and will continue to bring them a solution for trustworthy, affordable prescription drugs," added Lalit Dhadphale.
About HealthWarehouse.com, Inc.
HealthWarehouse.com, Inc. (OTC: HEWA) is a trusted VIPPS-accredited retail mail-order pharmacy based in Cincinnati, Ohio. HealthWarehouse.com offers 300 prescription drugs for $3.50 with 100% FREE
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