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New Post 11/15/2010 8:12 PM
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How to project daily RX total and # of patients needed 
So I am working some projections here...I know that it will take around 100-125 rx's a day to break even. What I don't know is how many patients we are talking about. If you use the common average of 5 rx's per patient (I believe this is a fairly common national average), and consider that you are open 5 days 9-5 and sat 9-2 or so, how many patients are we talking about to reach the 100rx per day (AVERAGE) plateau?

Does someone have a good formula for this? Calculating expenses, inventory, etc is no problem...but trying to figure the income side and set volume based goals is a little more difficult. We can't guarantee that anyone will come thru the door, but I'd like to have a good idea how many it would take.

Thanks!
 
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