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Prescription 1: [Student-Pharmacist]

You work for the local university in the Campus Pharmacy and will counsel over the following prescription that was e-prescribed by the attached student health clinic:

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Issued by:

William Garcia, MD

NPI#:

1375983197

Location:

Student Health Clinic

400 22nd Ave

Anytown, US 35021

DEA#

SPI#::

BG5623740

5205140071001

Phone:

866-697-5678

   

Patient Name:

Ravi Gupta

   

Address:

6241 Campus Drive #18

Anytown, US 35021

   

Date of birth:

1/01/XXXX (22 yo)

   

Phone:

621-823-2564

   

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Prescriber Order Number:

2564220050135633211

Rx Reference Number:

912638

PRESCRIPTION AS FOLLOWS

Medication Prescribed:

sertraline 50 mg tablet

Written:

(today’s date)

Quantity:

30.00 (Each)

NDC:

12345-0678-09

Directions:

1 tab PO daily

Days Supply:

30.00

Substitutions:

Substitutions allowed

Refills:

3 (additional refills)

Diagnosis/use:

(not specified)

Diagnosis Code:

AB1234

DEA Schedule:

Sent:

(Today’s Date) 03:57 PM

Received:

(Today’s Date) 03:58 PM

To:

Campus Pharmacy

Signed electronically by:

William Garcia

Sender Message ID:

57668448

Signed on Date:

(Today’s Date) 03:57 PM

Prescription 2: [Student-Pharmacist]

You work in the independently owned Hometown Pharmacy and will counsel over the following prescription that was dropped off by the patient. You are the only pharmacist working and the previous few prescriptions required provider phone calls, so this prescription took longer to fill than usual. While you are aware the patient requested the brand name, this was not covered by the new insurance so you went ahead and finished filling the generic while your technician let the patient know the copay for the generic is $15.

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Prescription 3: [Student-Pharmacist]

You work at a pharmacy located within a grocery store and will counsel over the following prescription that was called in by the prescriber’s nurse.

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Prescription 4: [Student-Pharmacist]

You work at a large chain pharmacy and will counsel over the following prescription that was called in by the prescriber's nurse.

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Prescription 1: [Acting Patient]

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Patient Background Information

• You are a college student that quietly comes into the campus pharmacy to pick up a prescription for depression. You are feeling very emotional over this diagnosis this afternoon at the student health clinic and feel very embarrassed. You feel vulnerable talking about this subject. You don’t want to tell your parents because you are afraid your mom will make you drop out of school and come home. You are committed to getting a degree and are unsure how this will affect your performance. You plan to seek help from a counselor to discuss these concerns as per the recommendations of the provider.

Name: Ravi Gupta

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