Dispense Units per Order Unit~
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- Dispense Units per Order Unit
- This is the total number of dispense units contained in one order unit. For example, if you order a case containing 12 bottles with 1,000 tablets in each bottle, the dispense unit per order unit is 12,000 per the following equation:
Dispense Units: TAB Order Unit: CS The case contains 12 bottles of 1,000 tablets 12 x 1,000 = 12,000 DISPENSE UNITS PER ORDER UNIT: 12,000
Source: Pharmacy Benefits Management V. 4.0 User Manual
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- Dispense Units per Order Unit
- This is the total number of dispense units contained in one order unit. For example, if a case is ordered containing 12 bottles with 1,000 tablets in each bottle, the dispense unit per order unit is 12,000 per the following equation:
Dispense Units: TAB Order Unit : CS The case contains 12 bottles of 1,000 tablets 12 x 1,000 = 12,000 DISPENSE UNITS PER ORDER UNIT: 12,000
Source: Drug Accountability/Inventory Interface V. 3.0 User Manual
This is a Glossary term from the VistA Documentation Library |