Pharmacy Information Systems Usage / Application

Nov 3rd, 2020

Welcome to your Pharmacy Information Systems Usage / Application

1. In the pharmacy, how frequently should backups be taken of database files?
2. Which of these is an automated dispensing cabinet that allows for the billing of patients who receive medicines?
3. All but which of the following are examples of computer input devices?
4. Which of the following is a disadvantage of using computerized systems within the pharmacy setting?
5. What name is given to a computerized device that allows data to be transmitted over a network?
6. Computerized systems can monitor all but which of the following interactions?
7. Which of the following establishes national standards to protect individual’s medical records?
8. Which of these permits separate components of a computer system to exchange information?
9. Which of these is a practical advantage of e-prescribing?
10. Which of these statements is true with respect to the identification of medicines by bar codes within the pharmacy setting?
11. Which of the following standards was created by the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs?
12. Which of these dispensing systems would you find in retail pharmacy?
13. Which of these is a computer output device?
14. Which of the following is NOT included in NCPDP standards for e-prescribing?
15. Which of these is a disadvantage of e-prescribing?
16. Which of these is an ADC used to dispense medicines at the unit level?
17. Which of these can be found in a community pharmacy database?
18. Which of the following systems does the FDA describe as its, “Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program”?
19. Which of the following is a centralized drug distribution system that automates the storage, dispensing, return, restocking and crediting of unit-dose, bar-coded inpatient medications?
20. Which of the following is a collection of instructions, procedures, documentation that performs different tasks on a computer system?
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