Every financial services company understands the importance of trust, yet some do a better job than others embracing it.
Trust in healthcare, as well as in all five subsectors of healthcare we study, is actually on the rise, gaining momentum from last year and reversing a backwards trend we saw last year for pharma (globally and in the U.S.) and biotech (in the U.S. only).
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Edelman Chicago hosted its first Wellness Salon to take a deeper look at the opportunities companies and brands have to play a role in helping consumers achieve a sense of well-being at all ages.
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According to Edelman’s recent Earned Brand study, only 25 percent of respondents say that they are seeing innovation from the health care industry today.