Name of the controlled substance
Status of the prescriber.
Prescriber's last name.
Ask the patient when the prescriber issued the prescription and enter that date, then ask the patient to initial the change.
Refer the patient to the pharmacist because the prescription is incomplete.
Fill the prescription anyway, using that day's date.
The pharmacy may not substitute a generic drug for Diflucan.
The pharmacist must verify the prescriber's DEA number.
The patient will not be eligible for any refills on Diflucan.
The date the prescription was written
Whether generic drug substitutions may be made
The patient's address and date of birth
Notify the pharmacist who may then obtain a refill authorization from the prescriber.
Contact the prescriber directly to obtain a refill authorization.
Wait for the patient to come into the pharmacy, and then let her know she is out of refills.
Require a refill authorization by the prescriber.
Are not permitted by law.
May only be dispensed every 30 days.
Credit the patient for discontinued medications
Refill a missing medication
Verify or accept new medication orders
Input new medication orders
Subscriber's second child/dependent
Updated upon the patient's request upon each new visit to the facility
Updated each time the patient visits the hospital in case pertinent information has changed
Created from scratch regardless of whether the patient is new to the hospital or a repeat patient
Transferred to a retail pharmacy upon the patient's discharge from the facility
There is no patient code under third-party information.
The patient is the primary cardholder.
The patient is the spouse of the primary cardholder.
The patient is a child of the primary cardholder
Is a program that provides general health insurance for qualified individuals who are unemployed
Is a state program of health insurance for individuals and families who do not have insurance
Is a program that provides prescription health coverage for individuals who are over 65 years of age
Is a joint federal-state program of health insurance for eligible low-income individuals and families
Bacterial, fungal, or viral infections
Insert 1 suppository rectally twice daily for nausea and vomiting.
Insert 1 suppository rectally twice daily as needed for nausea and vomiting
Take 1 tablet by mouth twice daily for nausea and vomiting
Take 1 tablet by mouth twice daily as needed for nausea and vomiting
The medication is not manufactured in a dosage form suitable for the patient
The patient needs a less costly alternative product
The medication is not manufactured commercially
The medication is not manufactured in a strength suitable for the patient
A fixed dollar amount during the benefit period that the beneficiary pays before the insurer makes any payments
A fixed dollar amount paid by the beneficiary at the time of service
The amount paid for coverage of medical benefits for a defined period
A specified percentage of medical plan expenses which the beneficiary pays each time services are used.
Every 4 hours
4 times a day
Only as needed
The drug order should be filled within 10 minutes
The drug order should be filled under certain circumstances
The drug order should remain on file for the patient
The drug order should be filled immediately
307.5 grams of 8% cream and 192.5 grams of Eucerin cream base
187.5 grams of 8% cream and 312.5 grams of Eucerin cream base
312.5 grams of 8% cream and 187.5 grams of Eucerin cream base
192.5 grams of 8% cream and 307.5 grams of Eucerin cream base
321.4 mL of 70% sorbitol and 178.6 mL of sterile water
250 mL of 70% sorbitol and 250 mL of sterile water
325 mL of 70% sorbitol and 175 mL of sterile water
178.6 mL of 70% sorbitol and 321.4 of sterile water
A multi-dose injection
A one-time single-dose injection
A 24 hour single-dose injection
None of the above
You can dispense when its needed
You can use the brand if it is in stock
Dispense the brand per the patients request
Dispense the brand per doctor's orders
Neither because the strength is different
Confirm that the label, script, and stock bottle match
Explain to the patient the side effects of the medication
Verify that the prescriber's DEA number is on the script
Count the medication twice for accuracy
The drug product identification code
The drug manufacturer's packaging
The drug manufacturer's identification code
The drug's federal legend or Rx