Pharmacy Invoice Form. This is a West Virginia form and can be use in Workers Comp.
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BI-401 01/06 Pharmacy Invoice PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX: BrickStreet Mutual Insurance P.O. Box 3151, Charleston, WV 25332 Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis Fund P.O. Box 564, Charleston, WV 25322 1. Claimant’s Name (Last, First and Middle) 2. Claimant’s Address (Street or P.O. Box, City, State, Zip) 3. Employer’s Business Name 4. Employer’s Mailing Address 5. Claimant’s Social Security Number 6. Date of Injury 7. Claim Number 8. Name of Pharmacy 9. NABP No. 10. Check here if payment is to be made to claimant 11. Date Written 12. Date Filled 13. Prescribing Physician 15. Prescription No. 16. Billing Unit (please check one) Each ML GM 17. National Drug Code (11 digits) 18. Drug Name 19 . Generic 20. Drug Quantity 22. Refill Yes No Yes 23. Amount Paid 21. Est. Days Supply 24. Brand Name Justification (DAW Code from Pharmacist) 26. Claimant’s Signature 25. Pharmacy Phone Number (include area code) PRESCRIPTION DETAIL No 14. Prescribing Physician’s DEA No. 27. Pharmacist’s Signature Date Date 11A. Date Written 12 A. Date Filled 13A. Prescribing Physician 15A. Prescription No. 16 A. Billing Unit (please check one) Each ML GM 17A. National Drug Code (11 digits) 18A. Drug Name 19 A. Generic 20A. Drug Quantity 22A. Refill Yes No Yes 23 A. Amount Paid 25A. Pharmacy Phone Number (include area code) No 14A. Prescribing Physician’s DEA No. 21A. Est. Days Supply 24A. Brand Name Justification (DAW Code from Pharmacist) 26A. Claimant’s Signature 27A. Pharmacist’s Signature Date Date As provided by statues, this is to certify that the medication(s) was provided as outlined above and that no other or additional charge for such medication(s) has been or will be made against any person, firm or corporation. 28. Remarks 29 . Provider Name and Address MUST HAVE RECEIPTS ATTACHED ALL PHARMACY INVOICES SHOULD BE SUBMITTED WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SERVICE BRICKSTREET INSURANCE DOES NOT REIMBURSE INSURANCE CO-PAYMENTS BrickStreet Mutual Insurance Charleston, WV American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING PHARMACY INVOICE BI-401 1. CLAIMANT NAME: Enter the full name, last name, first name, and middle initial, with the spelling exactly as it appears on your compensability approval letter or social security card. 2. CLAIMANT ADDRESS: Enter your full mailing address including street number, post office box or rural route number, city, state and zip code. 3. EMPLOYER BUSINESS NAME: Enter the name of the employer for which you were working on the date of injury or date of last exposure. (“Last exposure” applies only to those claimants suffering from an occupational disease.) 4. EMPLOYER MAILING ADDRESS: Enter the full address for the employer listed in Item 3. 5. CLAIMANT SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER: Enter social security number. 6. DATE OF INJURY: Enter the official date of injury or last exposure as listed on the compensability approval letter. 7. CLAIM NUMBER: Enter the claim number assigned by BrickStreet to the injury claim. This number is found on the compensability approval letter or claimant ID card. 8. NAME OF PHARMACY: Enter the name of the pharmacy that is dispensing the medication. 9. NABP NUMBER: Enter the National Association Boards of Pharmacy number. 10. CHECK HERE IF PAYMENT IS TO BE MADE TO CLAIMANT : (This block is to be used only by the claimant filing for reimbursement for services for which the claimant has already paid.) 11. DATE WRITTEN: Enter the date the prescription was written by the physician. 12. DATE FILLED: Enter the date the prescription was filled. 13. PRESCRIBING PHYSICIAN’S NAME: Enter the prescribing physician’s name. This physician should normally be the ‘treating physician of record’ on file at Brickstreet Insurance. 14. PRESCRIBING PHYSICIAN’S DEA NUMBER: Enter the DEA number for the prescribing physician. 15. PRESCRIPTION NUMBER: Enter the prescription number assigned by the pharmacy. 16. BILLING UNIT (PLEASE CHECK ONE): Each (number of tablets), ML (milliliters) or GM (gram). 17. NATIONAL DRUG CODE: Enter the 11-digit drug code for the prescription being billed. Add leading zeros to any National Drug Code with less than 11 digits. If a compound drug or preparation, write ‘COMPOUND RX’ in this field. 18. DRUG NAME: Enter the generic description or the brand name for the drug prescribed. 19. GENERIC: Check yes or no. 20. DRUG QUANTITY: Enter the number of tablets, vials, grams or milliliters supplied the claimant. 21. ESTIMATED DAYS SUPPLY: Estimate the number of days the quantity listed in Item 20 should last. 22. REFILL: Check yes or no. Check yes if refill is a standing prescription. Check no if dispensed in response to a new prescription. 23. AMOUNT PAID: Enter the charge for the drug being submitted. Include the average wholesale price for the ingredient(s) plus your usual and customary dispensing fee. 24. BRAND NAME JUSTIFICATION (DAW Code from Pharmacist): Enter the DAW code from pharmacist. Accepted DAW codes: DAW codes 0, 1, 2, 4, and 5 are the only DAW codes accepted. If the pharmacy is dispensing a brand product with a generic equivalent, BrickStreet Insurance requires that the pharmacy provide an explanation by submitting the appropriate “Dispense as written (DAW) code”. DAW Code 0 - No product selection indicated. DAW Code 1- The Physician specified the brand as “medically necessary” on the face of the prescription. DAW Code 2 – The patient is requesting the brand drug. DAW 2 invoices will be reimbursed at the generic rate, but claimants are required to pay the cost difference between the brand and generic. DAW Code 4 – Pharmacist normally stocks the generic equivalent, but is temporarily out-of- stock. DAW Code 5 – Pharmacist is dispensing the brand as an in-house generic. (Note: Pharmacy will be paid at the generic rate.) 25. PHARMACY PHONE NUMBER (include area code): Enter telephone number of pharmacy. 26. CLAIMANT’S SIGNATURE: Claimant must sign and fill in the date the medication was received. 27. PHARMACIST’S SIGNATURE: Pharmacist must sign and date the invoice. Signature stamps are acceptable. 28. REMARKS: Explain any unusual charges such as compound prescriptions. 29. PROVIDER NAME AND ADDRESS: Enter the name and address which corresponds to the provider number listed in Item 9. American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com