The Price Indicator on the Dispense Form shows how the price to customer has been determined.
When the price to customer is not using the standard PBS or private pricing formula, the indicator will display. This is particularly helpful where a price has not been set for a quantity that you dispense often. The Price Indicator will inform you that no price is set, or that the price is being calculated using the set price for a different quantity of the selected drug. You can then set a price for this drug/quantity.
Click on the Price Indictor to display a Legend with the meaning of each indicator.
Blue Price Indicator
A blue icon informs you that a price has been actively set by one of the following methods:
- Maintaining a Set Price for the selected drug and quantity
- Setting a Special Price for the patient for the selected drug and quantity
- Setting a Minimum Patient Contribution value in Dispense Options
Orange Price Indicator
An orange icon informs you that the price has been calculated, using the set price for a different quantity of the selected drug.
This price may need to be reviewed to ensure the calculated price is appropriate.
No price indicator
No icon will display when
- The price attracts a government co-payment, e.g. for a concessional patient
- The price to customer in the Price field has been manually changed
- A price has not been set for any quantity of the selected drug. In this case Minfos will use the standard PBS or private pricing formula to calculate the price to customer
- Patient does not have a Special Price set for the selected drug and quantity
- The price to customer is not under any set Minimum Patient Contribution value in Dispense Options
For more information on maintaining drug pricing refer to: