To act as the contriving arm of RxAll’s mission to eradicate all counterfeit drugs in the world by supplying users with a quick and effective platform to find authentic medicines near them.
To use a maps-based platform to find pharmacies closest to our users, provide verified, detailed information on these pharmacies and navigate our users to the pharmacy of their choosing as soon as possible. Our team is dedicated to making the user-experience of our platform as accomadating as possible which is why we will continue to run various prototyping trials and tests and take all feedback submitted to us via email (email@example.com) or via the 'CONTACT US' section into full consideration.
Our rating system aims to differentiate pharmacies as distinctly as possible, while maintaining the same holistic approach championed by RxAll. Therefore, our ratings were developed first and foremost with austere simplicity in mind. The rating system is composed of two separate ratings. The first of which, the RxRate official Rating, is an objective overview of the pharmacy, verified by the pharmaceutical experts at RxAll. The second is a Customer Rating, which is comprised of our users' assessment of the pharmacy. Both of these ratings can be broken down into five key components:
1. Drug Validity
To help our users help us to rate each subjective experience at every pharmacy, we have broken down these components into simple questions that outline their significance in creating the perfect pharmacy.
1. Drug Validity: Does this pharmacy authenticate their drugs?
This component of our rating handles the quality of the purchased good. A simple check of this is to look for the use of some sort of drug-authentication scanner. The RxScanner™, for example, is usually advertised in some manner by the pharmacy itself. Registered pharmaseutical users of the RxScanner™ will also be shown on the RxRate™ platform.
2. Storage: Does this pharmacy have air-conditioning?
This component deals with a pharmacy's existing storage procedures. Medicines and drugs must be kept at a low-room-temperature in order to maintain their potency. The clearest indicator of whether a pharmacy is maintaining this standard is to check for air-conditioning.
3. Handling: What is the shelf-arrangement of the pharmacy like?
This component targets how pharmacies manage goods once they arrive in the pharmacy. The most efficient method of measuring this is to look at how a pharmacy arranges drugs and medicines in their store. Medicines should be kept out of sunlight, or other heated areas, and should be well-looked after. A neat and well thought-out shelf-arrangement is a very strong gauge of this level of careful goods management.
4. Regulation: Is a pharmacist supervising the pharmacy and helping customers?
This component works twofold to augment the assesment of maintenance and care of goods explored in other components, as well as to gain some insight into the quality of service a pharmacy provides. The presence of a qualified pharmacist working in the pharmacy to manage goods and advise customers is a fundamental criterion in this context.
5. Ambience: How clean is the pharmacy?
This component tackles the overall feel of the pharmacy. It complements the clear-cut objectiveness of the other components with some subjectiveness, giving customers a deeper perception of two levels of pharmaseutical assessment.