Perhaps you'd like to explain to me why you don't take the initiative to figure out what's wrong when the physical count in a CII bottle does not match the quantity in our CII book.
You see, today we filled a Ritalin prescription for someone and upon back counting the bottle (standard procedure as you know), we realized that the quantity left in the bottle did not match that in our CII book. It was off by a whopping 60 tablets. The last one to fill a prescription for that particular strength of Ritalin was you. You back counted the bottle and wrote it down on the bottle. Then you went back and recorded the script in the CII book, but instead of using the actual inventory, you simply subtracted from the previous quantity listed and came off with an entirely different number.
I would think that any normal person would look at the number on the bottle and the number in the book and realize something wasn't quite right. Maybe a script hadn't been entered into the book. Maybe there was another open bottle in the safe that you didn't notice. There are any number of reasons why the two counts wouldn't match. However, you took no initiative at all to figure it out. You simply left it for the next lucky pharmacist to figure out.
Well, that next lucky pharmacist was me. Know what I figured out? You fucked up. There were 60 less tablets than listed of one strength of Ritalin and 60 more tablets than listed for another strength. Someone had given someone the wrong strength of Ritalin recently, and upon checking the book, I found out it was you.
Do you realize that the counts were off for both of those strengths, and you never bothered to question it? On both strengths you back counted the bottle and recorded the prescriptions in the CII book. You knew both counts were off and did nothing about it.
You see... This is why we back count the bottles. This is why we keep a running inventory in the CII book. It's not just company policy being rammed down our throats. We do it so that in the event we are ever off, we can figure out why and possibly catch a mistake before it leaves the pharmacy.
Now I realize you have a far smaller mental capacity than your average human being. However, I think even you could look at two numbers and realize if they match or not. It's not like one is written in roman numerals or something. Just plain old regular numbers both on the bottle and in the book. Who am I kidding though? Of course you realized the numbers were different. You were just too lazy to care. Well, an error occurred because of your laziness.
But you don't really give a shit about that either, do you?
Go fuck yourself,