Numark have announced the launch of an intuitive marketing analyst tool that demystifies dispensing data.
Adhera Data is a comprehensive pharmacy reporting system that allows Numark members to search, compare and create bespoke reports for all available NHS dispensing data at the click of a button.
The interface means in just a few seconds, they can see how their pharmacy compares against rivals in terms of key performance indicators.
Using Adhera Data members are able to:
Identify opportunities in their locality
Here, the analysis will detail where their pharmacies can improve performance, identify areas for growth and pinpoint opportunities to maximise profitability. It may be that particular pharmacies aren’t dispensing the number of items expected compared to similar pharmacies locally and data from nearby surgeries identifies potential opportunities to increase market share.
Efficiently measure against company targets
Whether independent or part of a larger group, pharmacy owners can keep track of their pharmacy’s performance and efficiently measure against performance targets such as the number of MURs or NMSs delivered.
Access in-depth pharmacy analysis
Members can carry out a search of any individual pharmacy or surgery and access incredibly powerful performance statistics such as pharmacies that have dispensed the most items from a specific surgery, flu vaccinations delivered, MURs/NMSs performed and EPS nominations.
Perform group analysis
For multiple branches comparisons can easily be carried out, demonstrating areas where particular pharmacies are performing well and highlighting areas for improvement against each other and compared to local competition, using key performance indicators such as total items dispensed and total forms.
This platform is certain to revolutionise the way members access NHS data and more importantly understand how they can use the data to their competitive advantage using advice and support from Numark. Adhera is free and exclusive to Numark members.
For more information contact Emma Charlesworth by clicking here.