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What does daw2 mean?
Last Updated: 18th April, 2020
|DAW 0||No product selection indicated|
|DAW 1||Substitution not allowed by prescriber|
|DAW 2||Substitution allowed - patient requested product dispensed|
|DAW 3||Substitution allowed - pharmacy requested product dispensed|
|DAW 4||Substitution allowed - generic drug not in stock|
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Considering this, what is daw2?
Dispense as Written Codes are a vital part of dispensing prescriptions in a pharmacy. DAW 0 is the most commonly used code; it is used when the generic is used in place of a brand name product. 1 = Brand product is 'medically necessary' and therefore no substitution is allowed by the prescriber.
Likewise, what does Daw Code 5 mean? 5=Substitution Allowed-Brand Drug Dispensed as a Generic-This value is used when the prescriber has indicated, in a manner specified by prevailing law, that generic substitution is permitted and the pharmacist is utilizing the brand product as the generic entity.
Secondly, what does Daw Code 9 mean?
DAW Code 8 - Substitution Allowed-Generic Drug Not Available in Marketplace. DAW Code 9 - Substitution Allowed By Prescriber but Plan Requests Brand.
What does Daw on a prescription stand for and what does it mean?
Dispense As Written (DAW)/ Product Selection Code Code indicating whether or not the prescriber's instructions regarding generic substitution were followed. This can occur when the prescriber writes the prescription using either the brand or generic name and the product is available from multiple sources.