Medical Practice Management
Jun 15

A simple way to keep track of drug inventory

If you don’t already have one, here is a real simple way to keep track (and control) of drugs kept in the office:


1.     Medicine vials and invoice arrive.  (Example – 10 vials)

2.     The vials are numbered 1 thru 10 and entered into a log book.

3.     As the injection is given the patient name, etc. is completed on the log book.

4.     Injection & vial # entered into chart.

5.     A routine check is done at the end of the month to insure all injections were billed.

6.     Remaining vials in refrigerator – Match open line items on log.

About Reed Tinsley, CPA

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