Prep: Open bottles are prepared for counting
All open bottles MUST be clearly marked with an “X”. Test during walk-through prior to the physical inventory day. Also check to ensure that open bottles have not been “overfilled” e.g. bottle full quantity = 100, actual quantity = 140
Prep: Preparing Rx merch counts for automated dispensing units.
Stores complete manual counts. DO NOT use quantities on reports. Best practices:
Stores let cell inventory levels “run down” prior to inv day, easier to count and more accurate.
Stores take opportunity to complete AIM cycle counts.
Prep: “IOUs” for Rx transfers
ALL DRUG TRANSFERS (in and out) MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO INVENTORY DAY. IOUs are prohibited.
Key rec’d returns still in the store on phys inv day
For any KEY REC’D credit transactions where the merchandise is still in the store, the merchandise must NOT be counted (e.g. returns). The key rec values will be included in the reconciliation as pending credit due to the store.
ALL OUTSTANDING OV CREDITS
MUST be copied and sent with the inventory paperwork on inventory day. It is extremely important to maintain your credit pending log for OV Cardinal credit---------------
Review Waiting Bin Area
Ensure that the BULK _________________
Filled prescription Refrigerator______________
Waiting Bin ______________
itself have been thorough reviewed for “OLD” scripts that were RTS’d and not pulled. The store should remove all scripts over 14 days and check the “status” to determine if they have been RTS’d or a duplicate fill was completed. This is extremely important and will cause shrink if not completed .
The OTC area of the RX containing special orders for customer must be counted on inventory day as they are still part of our inventory value until sold__________
MultiPack item counts
Use Multipack list as a guide when...
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