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Pharmacoeconomic Calculations


Cost difference between drugs
Discounts
- Net Cost and a series of discounts
- Single Discount Equivalent
- Net Cost with Single Discount Equivalent
Calculation of Selling Price
-Gross Profit on Cost
-Gross Profit on Selling Price
Prescription Pricing
-Percent Markup
-Percent Markup plus a Minimum Professional Fee
-Professional Fee















Cost difference between drugs

Lowest Price :per
Mean Price :per
Highest Price :per
Quantity per day:
Days of supply :
Total Quantity required =
Lowest Price =
Mean Price =
Highest Price =
Differentials
Highest to Lowest Price :
Highest to Mean Price :
Mean Price to Lowest Price:
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Net Cost with a series of discounts

The list price for a prep is per quantity. The Net Cost of quantity with a series of discount as
1., 2., 3., 4., 5. in percentage is .

The original price is

The discount amount is

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Single Discount Equivalent

Available discounts are:
1.%, 2.%, 3.%, 4.%, 5.%

Discount = ___%.

% to be paid = ___%.

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Net Cost with Single Discount Equivalent

List Price of preperation is per quantity.

Series of discounts:
1.%, 2.%, 3.%, 4.%, 5.%

Net Cost for quantity is .
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Gross Profit on Cost

Cost of the medicament: per units
Gross Profit (%):
Selling Price of units =
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Gross Profit on Selling Price

The selling price of units including a gross profit of % for a preparation with a price tag of per units is = .

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Percent Markup

Cost of the Ingredient:
Percent Markup:
Prescription Price =
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Percent Markup plus a Minimum Professional Fee

Cost of the Ingredient:
Percent Markup:
Minimum Professional Fee:
Prescription Price =
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Professional Fee

Cost of the Ingredient:
Professional Fee:
Prescription Price =
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