Point of Sale

Register System

A fully integrated system with bar codes scanning, customer pole display, receipt printer, cash drawer and high technology for remarkable ease of use, whether you want one or one hundred registers connected together.

Basic Features for POS

  • Pharmacy Software Integration
  • IIAS Compliancy & FSA/HSA
  • SIGIS Eligible List
  • Signature capture
  • Touch screen
  • Accounts Receivables
The above POS system configuration is an optional upgrade and not part of the advertised price.
  • Inventory Control
  • Customer Management
  • Pseudoephedrine tracking
  • HIPAA, PMP compliant Signature capture and Pickup ID
  • Easy Drawer reconciliation
  • EMV/Chip Credit Card Processing

Interfaces in Real Time to Pharmacy Software

  • Automated Process

The Abacus POS system is designed to automate the process of selling pseudoephedrine-based medicines like Sudafed and Claritin D, which are regulated by federal and state anti-meth laws. It offers an up-to-date compliance assessment to ensure your pharmacy is recording all data required by your state, while also providing a faster, easier sales transaction for your customers.

  • E-signature

The POS software gathers signatures for both Rx signature logs and the HIPAA Notice of Privacy Policy (NOPP) and integrates this with your POS system for easy reference, reporting, and auditing.

Upgrade to the ultimate solution for today’s modern pharmacy.

Includes a Computer, Standard color LCD Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Barcode Laser scanner, Receipt Printer, Customer Pole Display, Cash Drawer and POS Software

(Touch screen monitor and credit card swipe equipment optional).

$2,195

Plus tax and Shipping

An Upgraded & Advanced Point of Sale Register

A stylishly tailored new POS look that will impress you, your customer and your staff.

Just scan the item, whether it’s an OTC item, a prescription drug or any item with a bar code label. The system will scan it and locate the product. We preload every installation with over 20,000 of the most popular OTC and NDC products.

A real-time inventory control system that is comprehensive in scope and provides sophisticated management controls and reporting. The system tracks inventory quantities and costs, including changes from order entry, returns, receiving, and transfers. Physical inventory functions and management reports are provided.

Retail Pharmacies require cash registers which tie in with the pharmacy management system, for accurate accounting of Prescription and Over-The-Counter merchandise sales. This system will allow you to tie your entire store operation together.

  • You will be able to let your patients know if their prescription is ready.
  • Quote on a prescription item.
  • Charge Rx co-payment or cash. Just scan the Rx leaflet barcode and the patient information, the Rx number, drug name and co-payment or cash price will become a line item on the POS register.

Easy End-of-day balancing screen allows you to balance your sales with the cash drawer faster.

Secured price control, only authorized personnel can change a price, and users can be restricted from unauthorized functions.

Price can be updated as inventory is received and can be set to last price or average price of the inventory. In addition, a special sale price can be set for a given period of time.

Computer, Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Barcode laser scanner, Receipt printer, Customer pole display, Cash Drawer and POS software.

Yes, you can connect and use the Pharmacy Software and any other software on the POS as well as connect to the internet.

The Abacus POS system is fully IIAS compliant for processing FSA/HSA cards. Abacus built-in electronic payment processing identifies FSA/HRA eligible items and applies payments accordingly within the software. All historical sales information is maintained to comply with audit requirements. SIGIS eligible items are automatically updated.

The POS system will ensure pharmacies are compliant with the new IRS legislation requiring Point of Sale systems, allows pharmacies to accept FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards, support the new IIAS (Inventory Information Approval System) requirements.

What are IIAS regulations, SIGIS, Flexible Spending Account Cards and What They Mean to Your Business

In 2007, the IRS mandated that to continue to accept flexible spending cards, an Inventory Information Approval System had to be in place beginning January 1, 2008 for all retail stores that did not fall under the Merchant Category Codes (MCC) that define typical drug stores and pharmacies. This meant that the larger retailers including supermarket and warehouse chains had to have an IIAS system in place by the first of January 2008 or risk losing business to independent drug stores.

The IRS mandated that typical drug stores and pharmacies that fell under MCC 5912 (and a few other similar codes) had to have an IIAS system in place by January 1, 2009 if they want to continue to accept flexible spending cards (continuing to compete with the supermarket and warehouse chains). This one-year grace period gave the POS software providers and the pharmacy community a chance to get a system in place that would meet the IRS requirements.

Today, pharmacy and drug stores that fall under MCC 5912 (and others) are able to process flexible spending cards just like they process a credit card. POS vendors, credit card gateways and processors are continuing their efforts on the necessary certifications. New recommendations and industry standards continue to be released, including a revised EPL (Eligible Product List) where many medicine type items were removed and are now unavailable for purchase with a flexible spending card unless filled as a prescription. Pharmacies that do not have an IIAS system in place and have not been classified as a 90% merchant with their credit card processor will have flexible spending cards declined when swiped through their systems. Currently, there is no way to have an IIAS system in place without a POS system. The third party card swipes that reside beside electronic cash registers are still not IIAS compliant.

The Abacus POS system has passed the IIAS certification and is a member of SIGIS.

Control and limit liability by tracking pseudoephedrine milligrams and packages sold to individual customers using drivers license scanning.

EMV/Chip Credit card payments are PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliant, are processed in a very secure encrypted environment and meets VISA protocol requirements.

Automatically prompts customer to sign for acknowledgment of receiving your Notice of Privacy Practice, receipt of medication and other applicable signatures.

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