Prescription Entry Additional Window

PDX eScript Processing

Prescription Entry Additional Window

The following describes the fields on the Prescription Entry Additional window.

Promised Date and Time

Fields where you can manually enter a later promised date and time than the one the system calculated

Contact When Ready

Select the method to use to contact the patient when the order is ready

Phone = contact the patient by telephone at the displayed number

SMS = contact the patient via Short Message System (text message)

Note: To use this option, the patient's mobile phone must be SMS-enabled (the SMS (Text Messaging) Enabled checkbox is selected on the Patient Information window).

Email = contact the patient via email at the displayed address

Other = contact the patient by telephone at the number entered in the field to the right of the checkbox

Select to display the Edit Contact When Ready Info window, where you can display a different phone number, enter a temporary contact number, or display a different email address to use to contact the patient

Effective Date

Earliest date you can fill the prescription

Start Date for Patient

Date the patient should start taking the prescription

Rx Origin

Indicates the prescription originated as an eScript from the prescriber

Price to Quantity

Target price you enter to let the system calculate the quantity you can dispense for the entered price

If entered in Order Entry, the price is displayed in this field.

# Labels

Number of labels to print for this prescription

See Change Number of Labels for Printing.

Rx Group

Group code for this type of prescription

Enter a group number or code to group prescriptions for reporting purposes.

Temporary Prescriber ID

Temporary ID to use for the prescriber

Use this field if you do not have the prescriber's DEA number or you need a temporary way to identify the prescriber. The system stores this as part of the prescription record.

Follow-up Date

Date of the prescription follow-up (information field that can be reported on)

Days' Supply Basis

Basis of days' supply code that indicates how, or if, the days' supply was defined: Not Specified, Explicit Directions, PRN Directions, As Directed by Prescriber

Use the same manufacturer for each fill of this Rx

Determines if the system uses the same manufacturer for each fill of the prescription

Confidential

Teen confidential indicator. Select this option if the prescription is to be labeled as Teen Confidential in EPS.

If a prescription is Teen Confidential, only the patient can receive the prescription and information about the prescription. Additionally, the prescription cannot be mailed to the patient.

Non Formulary Exception Reason

Reason for dispensing a non-formulary drug

Select option: Allergy, Generic OK, Intolerance, New Member, Override, Patient Request, Special Needs, Treatment Failure.

eScript Non Formulary Exception

Reason for dispensing a non-formulary drug

Notes:

Text displays in this box only when KPHC sends the text.

You cannot edit the information in this field unless you change the product.

Packaged Drug Selection

Packaged Brand Drug

Brand drug for the prescribed medication

When you enter a prescribed drug on the Prescription Entry Rx Info window, the automatic drug selection process determines which packaged brand drug to use. A green arrow indicates which drug (brand or generic) to dispense.

A tool tip displays the drug name (user-defined name if available), NDC, units, and pack size.

Packaged Generic Drug

Generic or substitute drug for the prescribed medication

When you enter a prescribed drug on the Prescription Entry Rx Info window, the automatic drug selection process determines which packaged generic drug to use. A green arrow indicates which drug (brand or generic) to dispense.

A tool tip displays the drug name (user-defined name if available), NDC, units, and pack size.

Supervising Prescriber

Prescriber Last Name

Prescriber's last name

First Name

Prescriber's first name

DEA

Prescriber's DEA number

 

Information From Prescriber

Prescription information received from the prescriber

You can scroll to view additional information.

Put Rx on File

Select to put the prescription on file in the patient's prescription profile to be filled later

Barcode

System-generated barcode for the prescription image

Select to view the system-generated hard copy for the prescription

Disease Diagnosis (unlabeled table)

Displays either the ICD-9 or ICD-10 diagnosis type, code, and description

Select to display the Add/Remove Disease Diagnosis from Rx window where you can add or delete an ICD-9 or ICD-10 code for the prescription. See Add/Remove Disease Diagnosis from Prescription.

Return to Prescriber

Use PCP

Select this box to return the prescription to the patient's primary care physician

Prescriber Last Name

Primary care physician's last name

First Name

Primary care physician's first name

Select to continue the data entry process.

Status bar (bottom of the window)

User-defined drug name (if available), package size, and units