Test Automatic Drug Selection Window

PDX Test Automatic Drug Selection

Test Automatic Drug Selection Window

This window works in the same manner as the Drug Additional window. To access the Test Automatic Drug Selection window, select Tools > Test Automatic Drug Selection.

The following describes the fields on the Test Automatic Drug Selection window.

Prescribed Drug

Drug Description D

First DataBank dispensable drug description

Select to open the Prescribed Drug Search window, where you search for and select the drug you want to test.

Dispensable IdD

First DataBank Dispensable Drug Identification Number

GPI D

First DataBank generic product identification number

Name Type Code D

Type of name of the drug:

1 =  Brand

2 = Generic

3 = Tradename

Generic Code D

First DataBank generic code number

Partial GPI D

Indicates the GPI is a partial number

Patient

Name D

Name of the patient

Select to open the Patient Search window, where you search for and select the patient.

Plan

The system displays Cash after you select the patient.

 

DAW

DAW code for the drug

Options include:0 - No Selection Indicated, 1 - Dispense as Written, 2 - Brand Patient Choice, 3 - Brand: Pharmacist Choice, 4 - Brand: Generic Out of Stock, 5 - Brand Dispensed as Generic, 6 - Override, 7 - Brand: Mandated by Law, 8 - Brand: Generic Unavailable, or 9 - Other

Fill Quantity

Fill quantity to test

Fill Location

Fill location to test

Options include:

CF - Central Fill facility fill

Mail - Rx.com mail order fill

Local - Local fill

fill_acs - Automated counting system fill

fill_acs_hold - Automated counting system fill, then hold

Note: You must set the following options for the ACS options to work:

  • Administration > Application Settings > Workflow Settings > Fill; set Enable ACS to Yes

  • Filecabinet > Drug . On the Drug Additional window under Storage and Location, select the Automated Dispensing checkbox.

Select to start the drug selection process.

Brand/Generic Drug - all fields are display only

Drug Id

First DataBank Dispensable Drug Identification Number

Drug Description

Drug name, strength, dosage unit, and manufacturer

NDC

National Drug Code that represents the selected drug

Multi-source

Indicates if this product is available from multiple sources

Name Type Code

Type of name of the drug

Options include:

1 =  Brand

G = Generic

T = Tradename

TEE Code

Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations, administered by the FDA

Sub. Group

Substitution group for generics

If a selected brand drug has a substitution group defined (in the Substitution Group field on the Drug Additional window), the system selects only generic drugs that have the same substitution group defined.

This filter is one of the non-configurable filters the system uses to select drugs.

Pack Size

Package size associated with the NDC

Acq Cost

Acquisition cost of the dispensed drug

If the automatic drug selection process finds more than one drug that is eligible to be dispensed, the system selects the drug with the lowest acquisition cost.

This filter is one of the non-configurable filters the system uses to select drugs.

Unit Cost

Cost per unit of the dispensed drug

On hand

Current on hand amount of the drug

Allocated

Quantity (if any) for prescriptions in progress

Store Generic

Indicates if the system lists the transaction as a generic sale on reports and submits the drug as a generic to third parties

Preferred

Indicates if this is a preferred brand/generic drug substitute

Warehouse

Indicates if you purchased the drug through your warehouse

Unit of Use

Indicates if this is a unit of use drug (pack should not be broken)

CF/Mail Order

Indicates if this is a central fill or Rx.com mail order drug

Local

Indicates if this is a local drug

 

Brand/Generic

Location for the system to display messages related to the drug selection

Brand/Generic Filter Victims - drugs that were not selected

#

Item number

Drug

Drug name

Pack

Package size associated with the NDC

Reason

Reason the system did not select this drug

 

Select to open the Test Automatic Drug Selection Filters window, where you can move filters up and down in the column to see their effect on the automatic drug selection process.

This window is identical to the Drug Selection Filters window (Administration > Drug Selection Filters). See Drug Selection Filters Window for more information.

D - Display only