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Chapter 14

Vocab Review

TermDefinition
closed formulary A limited list of approved medications.
formulary A list of medications approved for use.
inventory A list of goods or items a business uses in its normal operations.
open formulary A system that allows a pharmacy to use any prescribed medication.
perpetual inventory A system that maintains a continuous record of every item in inventory so that it always shows the current amount of stock on hand.
reorder points Minimum and maximum stock levels that determine when a reorder is placed and for how much.
turnover The rate at which inventory is used, generally expressed in number of days.
automated dispensing cabinet (ADC) A device that dispenses medications at point-of-use upon confirmation of an order communicated from a centralized computer system.
point-of-sale (POS) system An inventory system in which the item is deducted from inventory as it is sold or dispensed.
340B Drug Pricing Program A government plan that limits the cost that safety-net providers pay for covered outpatient drug prescriptions.
drop shipments Lower-volume, high-cost medications shipped on an as-needed basis directly from the manufacturer and billed through the wholesaler.
purchase order number The number assigned to each order for identification.
Safety Date Sheets (SDSs) OSHA required notices on hazardous substances that provide hazard, handling, clean-up, and first aid information.
unit dose package A package containing a single dose of a medication.
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