As the world population lives longer, more people make use of medication and health products during their lifetime. The global pharmaceuticals market is already worth US$750 billion a year, and the figure is expected to increase dramatically in the near future.
The opportunities are great; but the pharmacy business is tough and competitive. Drugstores must manage and distribute medicinal products according to many complex laws and regulations. This means managing expiry dates effectively, handling prescription drugs according to legislation, calculating prices based on very diverse insurance schemes, and more.
Pharmacies are also expected to give competent advice to customers and provide a fast, professional and polite service. On top of that,margins on pharmaceuticals keep on shrinking, making the success of a drugstores increasingly dependent on a good selection of retail items alongside medications.
Data structure to handle medications
Manage medical products optimally. Set up and search products and packaged items through different dimensions, from substance, ATC group, strength and classification to warning text, product description, quantity in pack, daily dose and more.
Security and permissions system
The system features a sophisticated setup of permissions for POS users. POS staff permissions can be defined in the back office. Set up limited access for some functions, based on user roles. Management can for instance request additional login, or the use of electronic signature with PIN code to perform specific operations or to sell specific drugs. It is also possible to define permissions for groups of users.
Complete customer management
Access your customers’ open and previous orders, their history and specifications at any time. If an insurance scheme has been assigned to a specific customer, the system will take care of calculating the discount and final price for the customer. The software also allows users to invoice insurance companies directly.
Pharmacy Role Center
Find all the key functions you need to manage your pharmacy daily in one place. Check which orders are open and which ones are ready to pick up at POS; print labels for the orders, including dosage instructions, warning text and more.