Definition

The average number of GTINs per dispensation is the number of different products (GTINs) out of the total number of dispensations.

Example

If a dispensation is delivered with 2 products and 1 other dispensation with 3 products, including the 2 products of the first dispensation and another product.
We then have 3 different products for 2 dispensations.
Average number of GTINs per dispensation = 3 products / 2 dispensations = 1.50

If a dispensation is delivered with 2 products and 1 other dispensation with 3 other products than on the first dispensation.
We then have 5 different products for 2 dispensations.
Average number of GTINs per dispensation = 5 products / 2 dispensations = 2.50

Variations

This indicator can also be calculated on or off prescription.

Terminology

The average number of GTINs per dispensation can be translated into English as Average number of GTINs per dispensation.

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