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Which best describes the order of operations for a retail pharmacy selling to an insured patient?
A. new prescription prescribed by doctor → prescription sent to pharmacy → medication dispensed → medications sold to customer for an adjusted price → pharmacy technician submits claim to insurance company
B. new prescription prescribed by doctor → pharmacy technician submits claim to insurance company → prescription sent to pharmacy → medications sold to customer for full price → medication dispensed
C. new prescription prescribed by doctor → medication dispensed → prescription sent to pharmacy → pharmacy technician submits claim to insurance company → medications sold to customer for full price
D.new prescription prescribed by doctor → pharmacy technician submits claim to insurance company → prescription sent to pharmacy → medication dispensed → medications sold to customer for an adjusted price

1 Answer

  • The doctor makes a prescription which is sent to pharmacy who dispenses the drug to the patient at an adjusted price and claims are sent to the insurance company.

    A retail pharmacy is a place allocated for the sell of drugs by a licensed personnel recognized by law. Patients could get a health insurance which covers all or part of their medical expenses.

    The best order of operations for a retail pharmacy is; new prescription prescribed by doctor → prescription sent to pharmacy → medication dispensed → medications sold to customer for an adjusted pricepharmacy technician submits claim to insurance company.

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