Calculate Correct Days' Supply for Eye and Ear Drops

Pharmacies need to be all eyes and ears to ensure days' supply is correct for ophthalmic and otic drops.

The biggest challenge is what drops per milliliter (drops/mL) conversion factor to use...since this may vary by product, payer, or pharmacy.

For example, it's okay to use 20 drops/mL when calculating days' supply for most eye and ear drop SOLUTIONS.

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