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PDTS and Its Impact on MTF Pharmacy Operations. Gracie C. Ard, BS(MIS), CPhT, Program Integrity Analyst Hector Morales, BS, CHDM, POC Manager Roger F. Williams, MS, RPh, Senior Pharmacy Consultant 8 January 2007. Program Outline. New Process for Monitoring Drug Seeking Beneficiaries

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Pdts and its impact on mtf pharmacy operations

PDTS and Its Impact on MTF Pharmacy Operations

Gracie C. Ard, BS(MIS), CPhT, Program Integrity Analyst

Hector Morales, BS, CHDM, POC Manager

Roger F. Williams, MS, RPh, Senior Pharmacy Consultant

8 January 2007


Program outline

Program Outline

  • New Process for Monitoring Drug Seeking Beneficiaries

  • PDTS Data Integrity Reports, Process and Issues

  • Transitioning over to a National Provider Identifier


Monitoring drug seeking beneficiaries

Monitoring Drug Seeking Beneficiaries

Agenda -

  • Discuss the different types of blocks able to be placed on a beneficiary

  • Discuss the authorization and information needed for each type of block or exclusion

  • Identify the steps required to register a patient in the program

  • Explain the limitations of CHCS and PDTS on blocking used at other MTFs


The dsb monitoring process

The DSB Monitoring Process

  • Locking beneficiary into an MTF pharmacy

  • Locking beneficiary into one provider

  • Locking beneficiary into one or more medications or excluding controlled medications

  • Using the request form to lock beneficiary

  • The POC’s response when beneficiary attempts to access other MTF pharmacies


Dsb lock request form complete

DSB Lock Request Form (Complete)


Dsb lock request form top

DSB Lock Request Form (top)

DSB Lock Request Form

Fax this form to the DoD Pharmacy Operations Center (POC) at (210) 221-8131 ATTN: Hector Morales

Individual Requesting Lock

Drug Seeking Beneficiary’s Information


Dsb lock request form middle

DSB Lock Request Form (middle)

Type of Lock

Additional Information


Dsb lock request form bottom

DSB Lock Request Form (bottom)

For Active Duty Members Only

NOTICE:

The requester acknowledges that criminal penalties under the Privacy Act (5 U.S.C. § 552a(i) (3)) or Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 may apply if it is determined that the requester, or any individual employed or affiliated therewith, knowingly and willfully obtained the file(s) under false pretenses. Further, the requester acknowledges that criminal penalties may be imposed under 18 U.S.C. § 641, which provides that if it is determined that the requester, or any individual employed or affiliated therewith, has taken or converted to his own use data file(s), or received the file(s) knowing that they were stolen or converted, they shall be fined under Title 18, imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both. In addition, the requester and any individual employed or affiliated therewith may be subject to civil suit under the Privacy Act for damages which occur as a result of willful or intentional actions which violate an individual’s rights under the Privacy Act or Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

http://www.pec.ha.osd.mil/PDTS/pdts_mtfs.htm


Data integrity reports

Data Integrity Reports

Agenda -

  • Discuss the High Dose Alert, Stoplight and Over $2000 reports

  • Outline current prescription data transfer functionality between CHCS and PDTS

  • Discuss CHCS file and table builds for FRM and ADN files

  • Identify preventative measures to reduce data integrity issues


Data integrity reports1

Data Integrity Reports

  • Over $2000 Report

    • FY07 Oct-Dec, 520 New RXs over priced by $28+M

    • FY07 Oct-Dec, 419 Refill RXs over priced by $3+M

  • HDA Report

    • MTFs at 200% Tolerance

    • Retail and Mail Order at 100% Tolerance

  • Stoplight Report

    • Overview of HDA sent to Service Consultants


Sample stoplight report

Sample Stoplight Report


Prescription data entry

Prescription Data Entry

  • Provider Order Entry RXs

    • Is active in PDTS once entered by provider

    • Is in suspense in CHCS until processed by pharmacy

    • Modifications and cancellations by providers not sent to PDTS

  • Pharmacy Order Entry RXs

    • Remove Refill - Cancel RX

    • Non-compliant RX - Discontinued RX

    • Modify RX- Edit RX


New prescription screen

New Prescription Screen


File and table builds

ADN file building

Package size

Legal Status

NDC

Default Unit

FRM file building

Days Supply Field

PDTS Cost Field

Local Cost Field

File and Table Builds


Adn and frm files

ADN and FRM Files


Preventative measures

Preventative Measures

  • Correct drug file and table build

  • Run CHCS Adhoc reports to identify and correct DI problems

  • Educate users


National provider identifier conversion project

National Provider Identifier Conversion Project

Agenda -

  • Outline current system used to identify medical providers and pharmacies

  • Discuss how future system will be established to identify medical providers and pharmacies

  • Explain how conversions will occur within the DoD Direct Care system

  • Discuss impact on providers and pharmacies


Current identifier process

Current Identifier Process

  • Physicians and other practitioners -

    • Retail and Mail Order must use a DEA #

    • MTFs use SSN for Inside providers and either a DEA # or License # for Outside providers

  • Pharmacies - all points of service use an NCPDP # to identify the dispensing location

  • MTF Pharmacies obtain NCPDP numbers through the POC


Future identifier process

Future Identifier Process

  • HIPAA act of 1996 mandates the use of a standard unique health identifier for all healthcare providers

  • The National Provider Identifier (NPI), a unique identification number issued by the government, identifies a specific provider or dispensing location will be used in both the private sector and all DoD points of service.

  • The NPI does not replace the need for individual DEA numbers or state license numbers


National provider identifier

National Provider Identifier

  • The NPI is a 10 digit numeric with a check digit in the last position

  • Two Types of NPIs available -

    • Type 1 NPI for physicians and other practitioners

    • Type 2 NPI for hospitals, pharmacies and other service providers

  • Transition to NPIs will begin in both the private sector and DoD in May 2007


Obtaining an npi

Obtaining an NPI

  • DoD facilities - Each MTF should already have obtained its organizational NPI

  • MTF pharmacies - the POC is obtaining NPIs for all DoD pharmacies based on their unique NCPDP numbers

  • Physicians and other practitioners, both DoD and private sector providers are required to apply for their own NPI


Impact of npi conversion

Impact of NPI Conversion

  • MTF Pharmacies will have updated their NCPDP numbers before NPIs are loaded

  • Loading NPIs, both Type 1 and Type 2 will be done automatically in CHCS

  • Problems associated with transactions without a valid NPI


Questions

Questions

210-221-8274

1-866-275-4732

[email protected]


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