ScriptMAP 2020

Forecast your business remuneration out to 2020

Developed to provide pharmacy owners with bankable business projections, ScriptMAP 2020 is a financial forecasting product delivering a customised analysis of the impact of PBS reforms till 2020. ScriptMAP 2020 forecasts your business remuneration out to 2020 and assess the expectation for alternative business strategies.

Prescriptions account for an average 66.5% of pharmacy revenue, making intelligence on their projections the necessary first step in helping owners manage their pharmacy business and minimise risk. ScriptMAP 2020 is a unique business tool predicting prescription revenue for the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement. Through analysing your pharmacy’s dispensing data, ScriptMAP 2020 combines volume growth, substitution rates, discounting data and trading terms to evaluate the expected gross margin for your business to 2020.

Demonstrate your business projections when business planning or applying for finance from your bank - ScriptMAP 2020 is utilised by pharmacies in making business decisions, improving and sustaining pharmacy profits, and is widely respected and utilised by valuers, accounting groups, banking and political arenas.

Ordering a ScriptMAP 2020 report is easy with these simple steps

  1. Send through your dispensing data direct from your dispensing software
  2. Purchase an online subscription from within the ScriptMAP interface
  3. Enter some additional details specific to your pharmacy business to generate the report.

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To improve your ordering experience, please ensure you have your dispensing data available before accessing ScriptMAP 2020.

For assistance in using and interpreting ScriptMAP 2020, including accessing your dispensing data, please refer to the ScriptMAP 2020 User Guide (1.6MB PDF).

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Page last updated 04 April 2017