Cost difference between drugs

Discounts

Calculation of Selling Price

Prescription Pricing

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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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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Available discounts are:

1.%,
2.%,
3.%,
4.%,
5.%

Discount = ___%.

% to be paid = ___%.

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List Price of preperation is per quantity.

Series of discounts:

1.%,
2.%,
3.%,
4.%,
5.%

Net Cost for quantity is .

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Cost of the medicament: | per units | |

Gross Profit (%): | ||

Selling Price of units = | ||

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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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Cost of the Ingredient: | |

Percent Markup: | |

Prescription Price = | |

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Cost of the Ingredient: | |

Percent Markup: | |

Minimum Professional Fee: | |

Prescription Price = | |

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Cost of the Ingredient: | |

Professional Fee: | |

Prescription Price = | |

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