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Thread: RX vs. Sample Meds

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    Kansas City, MO

    Default RX vs. Sample Meds

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    FNP gives sample medication for GERD. Can this still be counted as "prescription drug management"? It is a medication that would require a Rx.


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    Apr 2007


    Yes, this is still Rx management.

    Laura, CPC, CPMA, CEMC

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