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What are the three parts of the prescription?
What is in the header?
- Doctors Name
- Phone Number
- Patient Address
- DEA Number
What is in the body?
- Drug Name
- Dosage Form
- Instructions for use
- refill information
Written prescriptions are important in what type of organization?
Retail- It may be sent electronically or hand written but it must always contain the three parts of the prescription
What system do hospitals use when it comes to administering prescription medication?
- MAR- Medication Administration Record
- The MAR is a single central recording sheet of all medications the patient is currently taking and who is administering those doses.
What is included on the MAR?
- Patient Name
- Hospital Billing Number
- Drug Name
- Route of Administration
- Practitioner's Name and Title
How long after the prescription date can a prescription be filled?
You have 6 months from the prescription date.
What is the maximum number of refills that can be recieved on a single prescription for a schedule 3-5 drug?
How many refills are allowed on Schedule 2 drugs?
When partial filling a schedule 2 drug, how long does the Pharmacis have to fulfill the prescription?
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