I guess I would just triple check they got the right medication.They had me cashier over there one time. I would never do it unless I had extensive training and the pay was good. Thankfully I didn't make any mistakes (ie; the kind to get Target sued) I just don;t think I could handle that kind of stress.
Unfortunately best practice has changed. You can't show the guest the address, The guest must correctly read back 2 of 3 items on that label (Address, Phone number, DOB). This isnt done simply to confirm it's the right guest youre releasing to, it's to confirm that it isn't someone impersonating the guest. (ESPECIALLY if it's a C2 or C4.)I do backup cashiering in pharmacy when they are busy. I try to get smiles from the staff or guests. It can be stressful.
When working there, you get need the cert for pharmacy.(hipa)
When grabbing a bag:
1. Ask guests for their last name.
2 confirm name & address. I don't say it, just show it. Is this you?
3. Show or say what the script is(drugs).
4 questions for the pharmacist?
5. Ask to do the survey & use redcard rewards.