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T-0472
UNIT DOSE PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES
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Index #:
T-0472
Contract #: 52926
Contract Period: FROM:   10/01/02   TO:   09/30/14
Applicable To: ALL STATE AGENCIES
Cooperative Purchasing: NOT APPLICABLE
Vendor Name & Address: OMNICARE OF NEW YORK LLC
DBA OMNICARE OF WHIPPANY
121 ALGONQUIN PARKWAY
WHIPPANY, NJ 07981
For Procurement Bureau Use:  
Solicitation #: 34482
Bid Open Date: 06/04/02
CID #: 1024033
Commodity Code: 948-72
Set-Aside: NONE

CONDITIONS AND METHODS OF OPERATION

Multi-Source Contracts: State Agencies and Cooperative Purchasing partners should review each vendor's product/service and prices carefully and place orders in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract. Note that

A. Delivery: All prices F.O.B. Destination
B. Method of Operation - State Agencies Only:
Issue an agency purchase order to the appropriate contract vendor(s).

In the event of an emergency, contact the following in the order listed:

MARIE BORAGINE PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST 609-292-0363
MARGARET QUINN PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST SUPERVISOR 609-292-4886
MARGARET QUINN ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 609-292-4886
  PUB DATE: 09/18/14

INSTRUCTIONS/SPECIFICATIONS


                                NOTICE OF AWARD
                                      FOR
                      UNIT DOSE PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES

INTENT

     The purpose of this contract is to provide a complete unit-
dose pharmacy distribution system to the Department of Human
Services (DHS), Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD),
and Division of Mental Health Services (DMHS), and the
Department of Military Administration and Veteran Affairs
(DMAVA), Division of Veterans Healtcare Services (DVHS). This
contract shall include an automated computerized support system,
as well as all equipment (except carts and cassettes for DDD and
DMAVA) and personnel required, to comply with contract
requirements and all State and Federal laws governing pharmacy.

     Current facilities and approximate client population:
                 CENSUS    NURSING  EMER CRASH
                            STAT    KIT  CARTS
Veterans Homes (VET)
VET  NJ Memorial Home, Menlo Park       257          8       10   4
VET  NJ Veterans Home at Paramus        316          6       12   6
VET  NJ Memorial Home, Vineland         277          7       11   7

Developmental Disabilities Division (DDD)
DDD  Green Brook Regional Center        103          2        3   2
DDD  Hunterdon Developmental Center     620         22       20   2
DDD  New Lisbon Developmental           650         20       19   3
DDD  North Jersey Developmental Center  415         13       17  14
DDD  Vineland Developmental Center      525         19       28   0
DDD  Woodbine Developmental Center      560         18       24   1
DDD  Woodbridge Developmental Center    550         21       26   2

Psychiatric Hospitals (PSY)
PSY  Ancora Psychiatric Hospital        700         22       12   14
PSY  Brisbane Child Treatment Center     50          5        9    0


                 CENSUS    NURSING  EMER CRASH
                                                   STAT      KIT
CART
PSY  Forensic Psychiatric Hospital        195        8      10    10
PSY  Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital  540       38      42     0
PSY  Hagedorn Center for Geriatrics       280        7      11     9
PSY  Trenton Psychiatric Hospital         470       12      38    20




TPH and FPH will be considered as a single unit and requires only
one dispensing   pharmacy

PSY = PSYCHIATRIC

DDD = DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
VET = VETERAN'S HOME

Population figures cited are predicated on current population and, due
to census fluctuations, should be used only as guides for estimating
purposes.


1.3 The State specifically reserves the right to extend contract(s)
resulting from this RFP to other institutions within a particular
Division as may be necessary.

     Type of Unit-Dose Distribution Required


     All six (6) psychiatric hospitals (DMHS) must be provided
with a 24-hour unit-dose drug distribution system.  This includes unit
dosing of all liquid medications including unit-dose of liquid
psychotropic agents.(See also 12.1)

     All three (3) Veteran Homes (DVHS) and seven (7) Developmental
Centers (DDD) will utilize a 7-day unit-dose drug distribution system,
and liquid medication will be provided as available from the
manufacturers.

     Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS) will be dispensed as
a floor stock from the in-house pharmacy department (holding
institutional licenses) in DVHS and DMHS in a multi-dose fashion, for
example bingo card system with a countdown sheet in State facilities.
All Developmental Centers and Arthur Brisbane Child Treatment Center
will receive CDS drugs dispensed in a bingo card system to individual
clients with a countdown sheet for accountability.

     Standard Nutritional supplies, herbal or alternative medicine
supplements are not part of this contract.

     Precedence of Purchase Bureau Standard Terms and Conditions:

     Unless specifically noted in the body of this RFP, the Purchase
Bureau Standard Terms and Conditions, found at the beginning of this
RFP, takes precedence over any similar terms and conditions located in
this RFP.

Contract Period:

     The contract term shall be for three (3) three years. The
"Contract Period" is 10/01/02 through 09/30/05. The contract may be
extended for two(2) additional years with each such extension not to
exceed one year. The extension pricing will remain at the third year
pricing. There are no provisions for applying CPI indexing.


Availability of Funds

     The State's obligation to pay the contractor is contingent
upon the availability of appropriated funds from which payment for
contract purposes can be made. No legal liability on the part of the
State for payment of any money shall arise unless funds are made
available each fiscal year to the Using Agency by the Legislature.

SPECIFIC CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

     This section contains specific detailed requirements, which apply
primarily to contractual terms and conditions of this Contract.

Data Confidentiality

     All data contained in the documents, files, or computer files
received from or accessed by the contractor from the State of New
Jersey and data resulting from the operation of the contract are
confidential and shall be solely for the use of the contractor during
the term of the contract.

    The contractor(s) will be required to exercise reasonable care to
protect the confidentiality of the data.

     Any use, sale or offering of data in any form by the contractor,
his employees, or assignee(s) will be considered a violation of this
contract, and may result in prosecution.

     Damages for violations of such guarantees will include, but are
not limited to, cancellation of the contract and/or legal action with
no costs assumed by the State.

Data Safeguards

     All contractors must certify that they are in compliance with the
Privacy Act of 1974 and the rules and regulations issued pursuant to
the Act in the design, development, or operation of any system of
records on individuals in order to accomplish an agency function,
which the contract may specify. The contractor must also comply with
all rules and regulations pursuant to the State's H.I.N.T. (i.e.
Healthcare Information Networks and Technologies) and/or federal
H.I.P.A.A. (i.e. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Legislation, as adopted by the State of New Jersey.

     All financial, statistical, personal, and/or technical data
furnished, produced, or otherwise available to the contractor during
the performance of this contract are considered confidential and shall
not be used for purposes other than performance of work under this
contract. Any presentation or publication of any statistical or
analytical materials, or any reports based on information obtained
from the operations covered by this contract, will not be made public
until reviewed by the State Project Manager and approved by the
Director of Purchase and Property.

     In addition, where automated systems are used, safeguards
shall be established in accordance with the US Department of Health
and Human Services' ADP System Manual, Part 6, ADP Systems Security.

     All safeguards must conform to Federal regulations
pertaining to the confidentiality of Medicaid information.

Audit and/or Access to Records

     During the Contract period and any extension thereof, and
for a period of not less than three years thereafter, the
Contractor(s) shall provide all authorized representatives of the
State with full access/audit to all its financial records that pertain
to services performed and determination of amounts payable under the
contract. This is to include access to appropriate individuals with
knowledge of financial records and full access to all records
pertaining to services performed and determination of amounts payable
under the contract. This is to include access to appropriate
individuals with knowledge of financial records and full access to all
records pertaining to services performed and determination of amounts
payable under the contract, permitting such representatives to
examine, audit and copy such records at the site at which they are
located.  Such access/audit shall include both announced and
unannounced inspections, as well as on site audits.

     Audits conducted under this provision shall be in accordance
with generally accepted auditing standards and within established
procedures and guidelines of the reviewing or audit agency(s).

     The right of access/audit clause applies to financial records
pertaining to all aspects of the contract.

     Should an audit, litigation, or other action involving the
records be started before the end of the three year contract  period,
as may be extended, the records must be retained until all issues
arising out of the action are resolved or until the end of the three
year record retention period, whichever is later.

     Microfilm copies of any contract related documents may be
substituted for the originals with the prior written approval of the
auditing authorities, provided that the microfilming procedures are
accepted by the auditing authority as reliable and are supported by an
adequate retrieval system.

Ownership of Materials

     All data, technical information, materials gathered, originated,
developed, prepared, used or obtained in the performance of the
requested services including, but not limited to, all reports,
surveys, plans, charts, literature, brochures, mailings, recordings
(video and/or sound), pictures, drawings, analyses, graphic
representations, software computer programs and accompanying
documentation and printouts, notes and memoranda, written procedures
and documents regardless of State completion, shall remain the
property of the State of New Jersey and shall be delivered to the
State by the Contractor upon 30 days notice.

     With respect to software computer programs and/or source codes
developed for the State, the work shall be considered "work for hire"
i.e., the State, not the contractor or subcontractor, shall have full
and complete ownership of all software computer programs and/or source
codes developed.

     The contractor(s) will provide the State with a copy of the
contents of all or any part of the medication data files at times and
in a form and format specified by the Project Manager.  This
downloading of data may be requested on a daily basis but, a
monthly backup tape must be provided within the first ten days of the
following month in the format that is compatible with the DHS computer
system.

4.5     Form of Compensation and Payment

     Compensation will be provided by three separate payment methods:

On-System Payments:

     The acquisition cost of the medication to the resident will
be predicated on the lowest price available as calculated by the
following methods:

A.     Average Wholesale Price (AWP) as recognized by The NJ Division
       of Medical Assistance and Health Services (DMAHS) minus a fixed
       percentage discount, no less than prevailing Medicaid discount.

B.     Special contract prices obtained by the State of New Jersey if
       applicable.

C.     The contractor will issue credit on unused drugs, when
       permissible. Record keeping for the applied crediting mechanism
       must be consistent with all rules and regulations adopted by
       the State of New Jersey. (See Attachment 1)

D.     Maximum Allowable Cost (MAC) price, if assigned, as maintained
       on file by the Medicaid Fiscal Inter-mediary, unless prescriber
       indicates, in his or her own handwriting on each written
       prescription or follow-up written prescription to a telephone
       rendered prescription, the phrase "Brand Medically Necessary"
       "Brand Necessary" or "Medically Necessary", then the
       prescription will be paid under the terms and conditions of
       Paragraph 4.5.1.1.1.A. ("Brand Medically Necessary")

All on-system billing and collections from Medicaid are the
responsibility of the Contractor. Billing and payment will be
processed through the Medicaid Fiscal Intermediary, (currently
UNISYS), in a format meeting Medicaid requirements, via tape, disc, or
other means acceptable to the intermediary.

Off-System Billing

     All off-system billing is to be submitted to the Project Manager
or his designee for approval and processing through Medicaid. These
costs are to include:

A.     The all inclusive dispensing (capitation) fee comprising all
       services, supplies, forms and computers and equipment necessary
       to perform this task. The capitation fee will remain the same
       regardless of the nature of the unit in which the client is
       located at a facility.

B.     All approved drugs not billed directly to the client "on-
       system" including floor stock, clinic supplies, OTC, DESI
       drugs, etc. will be billed "off-system".  The same discount
       from AWP applies to medication purchased both "on" and "off
       system".

C.     When non-Medicaid eligible resident is temporarily placed in a
       facility as a guest, payment will be the responsibility of the
       facility which is to be invoiced directly but with a copy
       submitted to the Project Manager for review.  The same cost
       structure will apply as to Medicaid eligible residents.

Third Party Liability Payments

     The Contractor(s) shall be paid each month for actual services
performed in accordance with capitation bid rates.  Official State
Invoice Forms must be submitted to the Project Manager with supporting
evidence referencing the services performed as outlined in the RFP.
Such monthly invoices must be submitted within 30 days after the end
of the month.  A weekly estimated payment will be made for an off-
system billing based on approximately 60-80% of previous month's
actual payment. This estimated payment will be reconciliated when
actual census figures are available. It may take up to 8 weeks to
receive estimated payments, and perhaps longer in the initial startup.

     Neither the acceptance of the whole or of any part of the
contract project by the State, nor any payment made for contract work,
shall operate as a waiver of any portion of the contract, nor of any
damages herein provided. Payments made to the contractor(s) do not
commit the State to acceptance.

     The State's payment of the invoices shall not be construed as
evidence of the State's acceptance of the reports, services performed
and documentation.  Should the State reject a report, the Project
Manager will notify the contractor in writing of such rejection giving
the reason(s) therefore.  The right to reject a report shall extend
throughout the term of this contract and for ninety (90) days after
the contractor submits its final invoice for payment hereunder.

Total billing for each service performed cannot exceed the applicable
capitation rate in the bid. All invoices must be approved by the
Project Manager.

Final Payment

     At the end of the contract term, as may be extended, the
contractor(s) shall, as a condition precedent to final payment,
execute and deliver to the State, a release of  all claims against the
State arising under or by virtue of this contract except claims which
are specifically exempted by the contractor(s) to be set forth
therein.

     Unless otherwise provided in this RFP or by State law or
otherwise expressly agreed to by the parties to this contract final
payment under this contract shall not constitute a waiver of the
State's claims against the contractor(s) or its sureties under this
contract or the State's right to continued performance of the
contractor's obligations pursuant to the contract.

     The final payment will be for the balance of money
due the contractor(s) (including any audit adjustments) upon receipt
of the release of all claims against the State.

Invoicing

     All capitation invoices from the Contractor(s) to the State shall
be rendered as they are generated and processed once a month.

     Invoices will be compared to the applicable capitation rate for
approval by the Department of Human Services Project Manager or his
designee prior to payment.

     Invoices reflecting off-system drugs for each facility must be
submitted to the Project Manager or his designee. The contractor must
utilize a billing system acceptable to the State. The invoices
submitted must have supporting documentation of proof of delivery.

Responsibility for Property Damage

     When or where any direct or indirect damage or injury is done to
State property by or on account of any act of omission, neglect or
misconduct on the part of the contractor9s) in the execution of the
work, such property shall be restored by the contractor(s) at his
expense, to a condition equal to that existing before such damage or
injury was done or he shall make good such damage or injury in such
other manner as may be acceptable to the State.

     The contractor(s) assumes full responsibility for equipment
utilized in the execution of the work hereunder and agrees to make no
claims against the State for damages to such equipment from any claims
whatsoever.

    All property of the contractor or its employees or agents brought,
kept, used or left on State premises shall be at the sole risk of the
contractor(s), its employees or agents, and contractor(s) shall be
responsible for all loss or damage to its equipment and property.


     In the event of such damage to State property by the
contractor(s), the State reserves the right to immediately effect both
temporary and permanent repairs at the expense of the contractor(s),
and the contractor(s) hereby agrees that in such event the State may
deduct the cost of such repairs and related expenses incurred by the
State from any monies due to the contractor(s) under this contract
and/or claim against the surety on the Performance Bond.

Accident Reports

     The contractor(s) shall immediately report all accidents or
operational failures arising out of or in conjunction with the
performance of work, whether on or adjacent to the State facility
which cause death, personal injury or property damage, giving full
details and statements of witnesses.

     The contractor(s) shall immediately report and follow up in
writing all accidents that occurred on State property to the Project
Manager.

     Within 24 hours of any or all accidents that occurred on State
property, the contractor(s) shall also submit a written report
including full details and statements of witnesses to the New Jersey
Division of Purchase and Property and also to the Project Manager or
his designee and facility administrator.

     If any claim is made by a third party against the contractor(s)
on account of any accident, the contractor(s) shall promptly report
the matter in writing within 24 hours to the Project Manager or his
designee and facility administrator giving full details of the claim.

Bid Security and Performance Security

     The contractor is required to submit performance security in
the amount of $3,000,000.

Indemnification, Insurance

Indemnification

     This will not alter or supersede section 2.2 in the Standard
Terms and Conditions section of the RFP, but shall serve only to
clarify or expand upon the previously referenced section.

Insurance

     The contractor(s) shall secure and maintain in force for the
term of the contract, insurance as provided herein per Section 2.3 of
the Standard Terms and Conditions. The contractor(s) shall provide the
State with Certificates of Insurance for all coverage's and renewals
thereof which must contain the proviso that the insurance provided in
the Certificate shall not be cancelled for any reason except after
thirty days written notice to the Division of Purchase and Property.

     Comprehensive General Liability Policy including Malpractice
as broad as the standard coverage form currently in use in the State
which shall not be circumscribed by any endorsements limiting the
breadth of coverage.  The policy shall include an endorsement for
contractual liability covering the above indemnification.   The State
shall be named as an additional insured.

Endorsement:

Each policy of insurance shall contain an endorsement as follows:

     "It is understood and agreed that the Contractor's Insurance
Company shall notify in writing, the Director of the Division of
Purchase and Property, thirty (30) days in advance of the effective
date of any reduction in or cancellation of this policy."

     A certificate of each policy of insurance shall be furnished
to the Director of the Division of Purchase and Property.  A
certificate of insurance for Workmen's Compensation, together with a
properly executed endorsement for cancellation notice shall also be
furnished.  All certificates shall be furnished within (10) ten days
of receipt of notice of intent to award contract.  All required
insurance coverages must be in effect no later than 12:01 A.M. of the
start of the day of commencement of the contract.

     All such insurance must remain in effect for the duration of
the contract, including any extensions, and for (30) thirty days
following termination of all work.


Damages for Non-Performance

     Should circumstances beyond the control of the contractor result
in a late delivery, it is the responsibility and obligation of the
contractor(s) to make the details thereof known immediately to the
facility Chief Executive Officer and the Purchase Bureau,  New Jersey,
as well as to the Project Manager or his designee.

     Should the contractor(s) be unable to meet the required date for
inception of full services as specified in this RFP, he shall be
liable to the State for the full cost of any and all expenses incurred
by the State in providing the service until such time that he can meet
the requirements.

     If the contractor finds it necessary to change the dispensing
services to comply with the State and Federal laws, and should
different equipment (such as carts, cassette, computers/data,
etc.) be required, the provider (contractor) will be responsible for
all costs incurred including the equipment.

Work Scope Reduction:

     The State shall have the option, at its sole discretion, to
reduce any project, task or subtask whenever the goals of the State
the goals of the State project have been reduced, modified or altered
in any way that necessitates such changes. This option may be
exercised by the State during depopulation of State facilities that
may result in a decrease in the work scope.

     In such an event, the Director shall provide advance written
notice to the contractor. Upon receipt of such written notice, the
contractor will submit, within five (5) working days to the Director
and the State Project Manage, an itemization of the work effort
already completed by task or subtask. The contractor shall be
compensated for such work effort according to the applicable portions
of its cost proposal.

Personnel Requirements and Substitution:

     If during the term of the contract, the Contractor(s) cannot
provide personnel as proposed and requests a substitution, that
substitution must be equal or better in terms of qualification. In
addition, all staff regularly on grounds of any State facility may be
finger printed subject to verification and a State Police background
check, as a prerequisite to starting work (see Attachment 3,
Fingerprinting, N.J.A.C. 30:4.3.6). this service must be provided at
contractor(s') expense.

     All drivers assigned to the transportation of products under
the requirements of this RFP must have criminal history check,
including finger printing, background check for the prior twelve
months, and possess valid New Jersey Drivers license. Documentation of
such a valid driver's license must be provided to the Project Manager
at contract commencement and also be supplied for each new driver
hired during the term of the contract. This service must be provided
at the contractor(s') expense.

Transition


     In the event services end by either contract expiration or
termination, it shall be incumbent upon the Contractor(s) to continue
the services, if requested by the Director, until new services can be
completely operational.  The contractor acknowledges its
responsibility to cooperate fully with the replacement contractor and
the State to ensure a smooth and timely transition to the replacement
contractor. Such transitional period shall not extend more than one
hundred and eighty days (180), beyond the expiration date of the
contract, or any extension thereof. The contractor will be reimbursed
for services during the transitional period at the rate in effect when
the transitional period clause is invoked by the State.

     The contractor must cooperate with the new Provider of Pharmacy
Services. This cooperation includes, but is not limited to, providing
all requested information about patient's medication and profiles.
This includes medication orders, allergies, location of patient,
Medicaid ID numbers and all other pertinent information that appears
on the Physician's Order Sheet or relates to contract requirements.
This information is to be provided at the times and in formats as
required by the Project Manager or his designee.

     The contractor must cooperate and coordinate with the new
Provider in the transfer of any and all permits, and professional
licenses including, but not limited to, New Jersey Board of Pharmacy,
Federal DEA and NJCDS licenses.

     Prior to contract expiration, should the contractor have been
unsuccessful in being awarded the contract, he shall cooperate with
the successful bidder during the transition and implementation period
by arranging a mutually agreed upon and orderly transition, which will
include access to all onsite provider pharmacy locations.

Implementation Period

     Commencing as of the first week of the new contract
(implementation period), contractual responsibility commencing with
one Veteran Memorial Home per week, followed by one Developmental
Disability facility per week and subsequently weekly additions of
Psychiatric Hospitals until such time as all pertinent facilities are
completely serviced by the new contractor(s).

     In no event will the State make payment to two (2) contractors
for a facility during the same period. Payment will be made to the
successor contractor(s) for a facility upon the delivery of pharmacy
distribution system to the facility.

     The implementation period shall be included within the terms and
conditions pertaining to the last year of the contract with the
contractor. Once a facility is transitioned, the incumbent contractor
will no longer be paid for that facility, i.e., the successor
contractor will be paid. The contractor will continue to receive
payment for services provided in a non-transitioned facility until
such facility has been successfully converted to the successor
contractor(s).

     All start up costs during the transition, implementation and
related expenses will be borne by the successful bidder(s).

Transition/Implementation Period

     Facilities shall be transferred between incumbent and successor
at the minimum rate of one facility per week (exception in case of
Greenbrook and Brisbane, which may be considered jointly as one week).
The Project Manager will have final authority to approve or modify the
transition schedule should the need arise.

Responsibility of the Contractor(s)

     The Contractor shall have sole responsibility for the complete
effort specified in the contract. Payment will be made only to the
contractor. The contractor shall have sole responsibility for all
payments due any subcontractor.

     The contractor is responsible for the professional quality,
technical accuracy and timely completion and submission of all
deliverables, services or commodities required to be provided
under the contract. The contractor shall, without additional
compensation, correct or revise any errors, omissions, or other
deficiencies in its deliverables and other services. The approval of
deliverables furnished under this contract shall not in any way
relieve the contractor of responsibility for the technical adequacy of
its work. The review, approval, acceptance or payment for any of the
services shall not be construed as a waiver of any rights that the
State may have arising out of the contractor's performance of this
contract.


Project Management

      Subsequent to the contract award and during the contract period,
unless otherwise specified by the Director, Division of Purchase and
Property, the Project Manager or his/her designee will be the contact
between the State and the Contractor(s).

     The contractor(s) will be responsible for providing whatever
coordination and administration is required to insure that the
required services specified in the RFP are successfully completed.

     The assigned Coordinator of Pharmaceutical Services for the
Department of Human Services, will function as the Project Manager.
The Project Manager or his designee will be the sole contact between
the State and the contractors for the daily operation of the project.
The Project Manager or his/her designee will be responsible for final
approval of overall phases of this project.

     For the purposes of scheduling this project, the contractors may
assume a five (5) day turn around on any submission requiring review
and approval of the Project Manager.  Similarly the Project Manager
shall assume a ten (10) day turn around on any submission requiring a
response from the contractors.

     The Project Manager or designee will be responsible, at a
minimum, but not limited to, the final approval of all phases of this
contract, which includes:

     - Monitoring the contract.

     - Providing technical assistance to the contractor(s) in
obtaining information on requirements of the project.

     - Reviewing and approving/rejecting all submissions of
deliverable and invoices.

     - Attending all required meetings.

     - Will be available for scheduled and informal discussions
regarding the performance of the work under contract.

     - Replies to all questions regarding contract operations.

Scheduled Project Progress Meetings:

     The contractor(s) will be required to meet, when requested, with
the Project Manager, his/her designee or others, to review all
materials and schedules to discuss the status of services required
under the contract. The contractor's field supervisor must communicate
with the Project Manager on any pertinent pharmacy issues that may
affect daily pharmacy operations.

     The Project Manager or his/her designee will meet quarterly, or
as needed, with the contractors and the Consultant Pharmacist to
discuss the status of services under the contract.

Deliverables

     The Project Manager will be responsible for the approval of all
deliverables related to the execution and implementation of this
contract.

     The Contractor(s) will provide all required deliverables,
including, but not limited to, monthly discrepancy
reports, monthly utilization of therapeutics by facility, or by
category, or by drugs, or dosages etc., as may be deemed necessary by
the Project Manager.

Progress Reports

     Written progress reports are to be submitted every other week
during the first three months of the contract, to the Project Manager.

     Subsequent to a successful start-up period, a monthly report of
the project status must be submitted by the Contractor(s) to the
Project Manager in writing by the tenth of the following month.  This
report must contain at least the following information stated
separately for each institution.

     Review must include narrative outlining problems encountered
and solved, the method of solution, and the work accomplished.

     Reports must identify services required but not rendered,
there must be an explanation of the failure to meet the schedule, and
detailed plans to overcome the problem(s) as well as to preclude its
recurrence.


Cost Proposal

     This section shall contain all information related to cost, fees,
rates, etc. Specific information required is:

Standard Costs:

     Daily capitation fee, which is to include therein costs
associated with all of the following:

A.  Dispensing services covering all necessary professional and
ancillary personnel , both on and off-site dispensing, as well as
pick up and delivery of drugs in the facilities, delivering of
cassettes to their respective nursing units, locked safely in the
appropriate medication carts .

B.  Compliance with all State Board of Pharmacy requirements.

C.  All data processing costs including equipment, software
data, processing personnel, communication expenses, and onsite
equipment installation and daily backup tape charges.

D.  Cost of providing necessary new carts and cassettes for
psychiatric hospitals only for 24 hour unit-dose system, the
maintenance, cleaning and repairs including cleaning of carts in State
owned seven-day systems. (See Section 14.4) and all other equipment
necessary to meet requirements of the RFP.

E.  Courier services (see Section 12.5.22) of the RFP.

F.  Cost of preparing solid and liquid unit-dose in 24 hour
system for DMHS, and 7 day unit-dose system for DDD and DVHS.  This
includes unit-dose psychotropic concentrates to be used in DMHS.

G.  Cost of all required forms, including design as described
in 13.1.7 (Note: the five part Physicians Order Form much be of such
quality as to ensure clarity on the last pages).

     A fixed percentage discount (regression) from A.W.P. (using
Medicaid AWP as standard) to be offered for all medications dispensed
regardless of packaging, whether through unit-dose or OTC or ward
stock.  The percentage off A.W.P. will be the same regardless of the
cost of the drug. See 4.5.1.1 (A-D) and 4.5.1.2 (A-C) and 4.5.1.3.


TASKS

Contractor shall:

     Provide and update in DMHS 24 hour unit-dose drug distribution
system, wherein all oral medication, both liquids including
psychotropic agents and solid form medications, except nitroglycerin
products, reconstituted liquid antibiotics, bulk powder, and
injectables are dispensed in unit-dose packaging.

     Provide and update in DVHS and DDD  7 day unit-dose Atromick
slide pack system, liquid medications to be supplied in standard stock
size bottles/containers as available from manufacturer, labeled with
exact amount per volume per dose to be administered by nurse, (example
50mg/2.5ml or 50mg/1/2 teaspoonful).

     Provide services and adhere to all regulations and standards for
all DMHS, DVHS and DDD that are or may become legally required for a
licensed dispensing pharmacy by State or Federal regulatory and
advisory agencies including, but not limited to, NJDOH, JCAHO. And
CMS.

     Each unit-dose shall be individually packaged hermetically sealed
in compliance with the FDA packaging regulations, Good Manufacturing
Practices (GMP) and identified with:

     Name of drug.  Both original trade name and generic name. The
contractor(s) will inform the pertinent facility staff when changing a
widely used generic drug from one company to another when physical
appearance is noticeable. Each liquid medication bottle used in the
DVHS and DDD system 7 day system will contain a pharmacy label with
explicit instructions in layman's terms to include the dose required
expressed in mg and volume on the label in order to insure clarity for
the administering nurse.

     Liquid medications used in the DMHS 24-hour unit-dose system
including psychotropic agents will be prepared in individual doses.

Strength of drug stated in metric system.

Name of manufacturer and/or distributor.

Lot number.

Expiration date.

     Total amount of drug (liquid) container will dispense when
individual liquid doses are indicated.

     All doses in the DMHS 24-hour unit-dose distribution system for
each patient shall be dispensed in the individual patient tray (bin).

      Each patient tray (bin) will have at least 6 compartments
allowing space for medication that may be administered 4 times a day,
PRN, and at odd hours. Each compartment shall be labeled with the time
for administration in a manner acceptable to the facility. Each tray
shall have a label on the front listing the patient's full name, and
identification number, attending physician's name, patient's location
designation and room number, if applicable.  This information shall be
continuously updated when a change in physician or patient location
occurs.  Multiple patient tray bins may be required.

     All doses in the DVHS and DDD 7-day unit-dose system shall be
dispensed in Atromick slide pack container holding 7 days of each
unit-dose medication with a kicker dose for the eigth day separated by
a partition.. Each slide pack shall have a prescription label on the
front listing the patient's full name, identification number,
attending physician's name, name of the drug with the strength,
pateint's location designation and room number, if applicable. This
information shall be continuously updated when a change in physician
or patient location occurs. Multiple patient medication slide packs
may be required.

     All patient medications in both systems shall be stored in
locked cassettes that fit into the medication carts and or locked
nursing stations.  All cassettes will be locked into medication carts,
locked cabinets or locked nursing stations by contractor's personnel
upon delivery.

     Cassettes containing the new DMHS 24-hour supply of medication
for each patient will be delivered daily (365 days per year) and
exchanged for the used/empty cassettes were used the previous day in
psychiatric hospitals.

     The 7-day unit dose system will be delivered weekly to the
appropriate nursing units and exchanged for the used/empty cassettes
supplied the previous week in DDD and DVHS facilities. Medication
changes or updates will be performed daily.

     Each contracted facility with an on-site pharmacy department will
apply and maintain  an institutional license. This will permit those
facilities to provide Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS) as a
floor stock except for Arthur Brisbane and DDD Facilities.

     The on-site pharmacy provider will provide an appropriate stock
supply of CDS to each nursing station that sill be administered by a
nurse in descending numerical order with a countdown sheet
for accountability.

     Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS) that are provided from an
on-site pharmacy will be received by a nurse who will accept it by
signing for it and then place these CDS drugs in a double lock storage
compartment.

     Medications shall be supplied in accordance with the DHS Approved
Drug List., unless there is prior written authorization for an
alternate medication from Medical Director.  The contractor(s) shall
have all approved and non-approved restricted drugs available at all
times.  The only exception is in instances where an approved
drug is unavailable from the manufacturer.

     The contractor is responsible for contacting the prescribers
when an order is received for a non-approved drug.  A Prior Approval
request form must be completed and approved by the Medical Director
before the order can be processed. If the prescriber insists on the
non-approved drug and that product is not available from the
contractor's inventory, the prescriber shall be informed that a delay
will occur.  The contractor(s) must then make every reasonable effort
to obtain the drug as quickly as possible.  The delay shall not exceed
24 hours. All non-approved drugs must be FDA approved drugs, even
though they may not be from the DHS Approved Drug List.

If the prescriber is not available, the Medical Director or officer of
the day shall be contacted regarding the above.

     All medications must be dispensed in compliance with the
facility's policy regarding medication restriction such as, but not
limited to, drug holidays, stop order policy, formulary, generics,
etc., and in compliance with the most recent New Jersey Drug
Utilization Review Council Formulary (NJDURCF).

     The pharmacist filling an order for a prescription refill "too
soon" should follow up to determine why, with an acceptable
explanation, however, drug dispensing should not be witheld. Repeated
"refills too soon" should be documented and discussed at the
facility P&T meetings in both systems, and the Project Manager should
be advised.

     Maintain cleanliness of all patient trays and cassettes daily
with complete cleaning and re-labeling at least monthly in all three
(3) Divisions in the 24-hour and 7-day unit-dose systems. The
contractor must also maintain the integrity of the cassettes utilized
in both unit dose systems.

     Assure that every medication dispensed is in compliance with the
prescriber's orders and is carefully reviewed for labeling information
including auxilliary labeling information (drug-specific) on the
actual drug package and on the MAR.  When a drug is substituted with a
different generic drug, the prescribing physician and nursing must be
notified of the change. Both names of the drug prescribed, and the
drug substituted, shall be on the Medication Administration Record
(MAR) sheet and label when applicable.  Contractor(s) shall document
the name of the pharmacist who dispensed or checked the medication
before it leaves the contractor(s) premises.  Such documentation shall
be available for review by the Project Manager.

     Prepare and provide a Pharmacy Policy and Procedure Manual within
90 days from contract implementation for each facility with necessary
modifications and approved by the local Pharmacy and Therapeutics
Committee. Manuals shall be reviewed annually and revised as necessary
and approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee for that
facility.  A copy of each shall be forwarded to the Project Manager,
DHS.

     The Pharmacy Provider must maintain a computerized updating
system  for all new medication orders or any changes in medication
orders. There shall be a medication inventory (minimum of 4 days
supply) at each facility pharmacy department. The facility shall make
adequate space available for this purpose at no charge to the
contractor, but it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to
obtain any necessary permits or licenses.

     The State will provide air conditioning/heat and light for on-
site pharmacy space. In those facilities without an on-site pharmacy,
space will be made available to be used as backup or otherwise by the
contractor. All equipment for on-site pharmacies will be owned by the
Pharmacy Provider. The Contractor will be required to get
institutional licenses with N.J. State Board of Pharmacy, NJ-CDS
certificate and DEA permits for each facility awarded that will have
an on-site pharmacy.

     There shall be an operational pharmacy in all facilities except
DMHS, Arthur Brisbane, and DDD, Greenbrook. Arthur Brisbane must
receive required provider pharmacy services to meet JCAHO standards
and Greenbrook must be furnished with provider pharmacy services to
meet Dept of Health ICF-MR pharmacy regulations.

     The contractor will provide the State with a list of the
supervisory personnel that are assigned to specific facilities.
These supervisors will function as the liaisons between State
facilities and the Project Manager and will be responsible for
fulfilling all requirements of the RFP.

     The On-Site pharmacists shall be assigned at the following basic
minimum:

Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD).

GRDC          14.0 hrs. per week
HDC            2.0 full/time pharmacists
NLDC           2.0 full/time pharmacists
NJDC           1.5 full/time pharmacists
VDC            2.0 full/time pharmacists
WBDC           2.0 full/time pharmacists
WDC            2.0 full/time pharmacists


New Jersey Veterans Memorial Homes (DVHS)

MPVA           1.5 full/time pharmacists
PVA            1.5 full/time pharmacists
VVA            1.5 full/time pharmacists

Psychiatric Hospitals (DMHS)

APH              5.0 full/time pharmacists
ABCTC           14.0 hrs per week
TPH/FPH          5.0 full/time pharmacists
HGPH             2.5 full/time pharmacists
GPH              4.0 full/time pharmacists

Full time pharmacists consist of 35 hours per week

     Pharmacists shall be on duty between seven (7) AM and 7 PM,
Monday through Friday. In the DMHS facilities with the exception of
Arthur Brisbane pharmacist shall be on duty from 7am to 1pm on
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. The contractor will be responsible
for providing new medication orders for drugs not available in back up
on weekends and holidays at Arthur Brisbane.

     In the DDD facilities with exception of Greenbrook the pharmacist
shall be on duty for 4 hours between the hours of 7 AM and 2 PM on
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

     The contractor will be responsible for providing new medication
orders for drugs not available in back-up on weekends and holidays at
Greenbrook.

     There will be no weekend or holiday hours in DVHS.  The
contractor, however, will be responsible for providing new medication
orders for drugs not available in back up on weekends and holidays.

     All pharmacists in each State Facility must forward weekly
timesheets to the Project Manager. The timesheets must identify times
in, times out, lunch time, sick time, vacation time, personal time,
etc. and must clearly identify actual hours worked in the facility.
Timesheets will be forwarded, which includes, DVHS time sheets to DHS
Project Manager the following Monday. Any deviation rendering
insufficient hours at each facility shall be adjusted accordingly
against the contractor's actual payments.


     Provide a dispensing and delivery system that assures that all
medication orders received from facilities will be delivered daily to
all facility units using the 24-hour unit system and weekly to all
units using the 7-day system. Order changes and updates in both
systems will be provided by the on-site pharmacist with sufficient
medication until the next regular exchange. Those facilities without
an on-site pharmacy must have a daily delivery of updated medication
orders for Greenbrook and Arthur Brisbane.

     Medication orders received in psychiatric hospitals by 7 PM in
the on-site pharmacy except Saturday and Sunday and holidays shall be
delivered, in the patient bin, to the facility between midnight and
4AM in the  24 hour unit-dose system in psychiatric hospitals.. The
interim dose(s) should be supplied by the on-site pharmacy upon
request.

     All medication orders in 7-day unit-dose system in DDD and DVHA,
will be delivered the following days and times:

          Facility                                 Time

Tuesday
          Greenbrook RDC                    9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
          Menlo Park VH                    10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
          Vineland DC                       9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
          Woodbine DC                      11:00 AM - 12:00 NOON

Wednesday
          Hunterdon DC                      8:30 AM -  9:30 AM
          Paramus VH                       10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
          Woodbridge DC                     8:30 AM -  9:30 AM


Thursday  North Jersey DC                   8:30 AM -  9:30 AM
          New Lisbon DC                     9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
          Vineland VH                      10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

     All medication orders in 7 day unit-dose system in DDD and
DVHS must be received in the pharmacy by 5 PM and entered into the
computer so that they will be delivered the next day. The interim
doses will be supplied by the on-site pharmacy until the next Central
Distribution delivery. However, the on-site pharmacy may fill the
entire interim remainder of the new medication order till the next
scheduled cassette exchange.


     STAT medication shall be dispensed immediately by the) on-site
pharmacist. In both systems (24 hour unit-dose and 7 day unit-dose
systems).

     All dispensed unused medications must be returned to the on-site
pharmacy for credit and disposal.

     Submit to each facility a detailed disaster plan for use in
emergency, such as, but not limited to, fire, flood, bankruptcy, etc.,
which would potentially disrupt pharmacy services.  This disaster plan
shall include plans for making deliveries during State work stoppages
and/or labor strikes. Copies are to be submitted to the Project
Manager, Chief Executive Officer, Medical Director, Safety Offices and
within 60 days of contract award.

     Contractor(s) shall dispense Leave of Absence or Vacation
medication in conventional child-proof prescription containers for
those orders which the contractor receives at least 24 hours prior
notice Monday through Friday, and 48 hours when ordered on
holiday or weekends.  If there is less than 24 hours notice, the
facility shall make provisions to obtain medication elsewhere.

     The Provider pharmacist shall dispense medication for court
ordered discharges and emergency Leave of Absences within
one hour of the time the order is received provided that it is
received at least one hour prior to the pharmacy's scheduled closing
time and the pharmacy has adequate stocked supply on hand to fill
above mentioned request.

     Provide each facility with sufficient "back-up" supplies of unit
dose medication when the on-site pharmacy is closed to meet the STAT,
emergency orders and new admission needs of the facility (see Section
12.5.7) of the RFP. Medication must be billed for in the name of the
patient-resident after being administered.  Contractor's on-site
pharmacist shall be responsible for maintaining proper inventory level
and to assure no drugs with outdated expiration dates are available
for dispensing. Contractor's on-site pharmacist shall be responsible
for putting replacement medication in the appropriate bin as a back up
supply. Back-up supply must be updated weekly to maintain adequate
supplies at all times.

     Contractor(s) must provide an identification badge showing the
on-site pharmacists and supporting personnel, a picture, signature and
the contractor(s) name. All information to be sealed in plastic and
provided with a means of attachment to visible clothing.  This badge
is to be worn by each on-site pharmacist and any supporting personnel
at all times while on duty at the facility.

     Contractor(s) shall make arrangements with a community pharmacy,
to act as a back-up for emergency drug orders only when on-site
pharmacy is closed. Arrangement for the delivery shall be the
responsibility of the provider pharmacy. All charges from
the back-up community pharmacy shall be billed to the
contractor(s). Phone numbers of on-site pharmacists should
be on display at the main nursing station for 24-hour
emergencies for both 24-hour and 7-day unit dose systems.

     Contractor(s) shall provide at least six (6) in-services training
per year, in each facility, to assure the administering staff is
always fully aware of detailed operations of the pharmacy system. The
topics for the in-services shall be determined and approved with
assistance of Medical Director and Director of Nursing.  In-service
shall be presented to each shift, every other month.  The Project
Manager should be made aware of each in-service given and can suggest
topics and content.  Physicians, nurses and any other health
professionals may attend. A verification form should be completed for
each session, which lists the date, time and attendees.

     Every patients medication dispensed in both systems must be
checked by a New Jersey Registered Pharmacist before leaving the
contractor(s) distribution center for delivery to each facility.  This
check shall assure each patients' bin in 24 hours or 7 day unit-dose
system contains the appropriate medication as per the most recent
physician's orders received.

     Random sample discrepancy audit reports provided by the
State's Consultant pharmacists will serve as a guide for the Project
Manager to track trends and deviations of the Provider Pharmacy
contract. Any unit-dose discrepancies attributed to the Provider
Pharmacy from their Central Distribution Center, must be corrected by
on-site pharmacist. Unit-dose discrepancies must not exceed 0.1%. Any
discrepancy rates above 0.1% will require a detailed written report by
the Provider Pharmacist describing an immediate plan of corrective
action.  The contractor shall be given the opportunity to discuss any
reported discrepancy.  If assessed discrepancy rates continue above
the accepted range, the Provider Pharmacy for that facility may be
suspended/terminated and disqualified from future bids.  The Project
Manager will make the initial determination. The dispensing provider
may request a hearing before a Review Committee consisting of the
Project Manager, Assistant Project Manager, a Medicaid representative
and an administrative representative from Department of Human
Services. Any final dicision to suspend, terminate, or disqualify the
contractor will be made by the Director, Division of Purchase and
Property pursuant to N.J.A.C.12.4.1.

Discrepancies in both systems shall include but not be limited to:

Wrong medication
Wrong dosage
Wrong dosage form
Excess medication dispensed
Discontinued medication dispensed
Medication missing
New order not dispensed within 24 hours
Medication sent to wrong location
Empty, mislabeled, or unusable unit-dose packages

     Discrepancies due to facility staff's failure to provide properly
completed medication orders and/or required auxiliary documentation,
or failure to notify Provider Pharmacist of patient admission or
change of location, will not be considered as attributable error to
the contractor.

     Contractor will be responsible for all medication dispensed
to the facility.  Nursing personnel will be checking every incoming
cassette for 24 hour and for 7-day unit dose systems.  The nurse will
complete a facility discrepancy reporting form, identifying all
discrepancies found during her medication audit. This completed
discrepancy form will be forwarded to the on-site Provider Pharmacy
for corrections. Any correction of a discrepancy identified by a nurse
will be considered/counted as a discrepancy (errors). A copy of the
discrepancy form must be faxed to the Provider Distribution Center
daily by the on-site pharmacist. The Provider Pharmacist will provide
a monthly medication discrepancy report by the tenth of the following
month. This monthly report will be forwarded and presented at all
local P&T Committee meetings and copies sent to Project Manager.

     Contractor(s) shall be responsible for supplying and maintaining
emergency drug kits and crash carts including their contents at no
additional cost.  As inventory is removed, it will be billed to the
resident, or if unaccounted for, it will be paid by by Central Office
off-system. The contractor is responsible for the inventory upkeep,
outdated drugs and a minimum of monthly inspection of its contents.

     Contractor(s) shall compound and dispense large volume
parenterals with I.V. additives when ordered.  Any I.V. products will
be billed directly through on-system billing.

     Contractor(s) shall provide injectable medication in unit-
dose system when available (ex.Ampule, tubex). Topical medications
shall also be provided in the unit-dose packaging or unit-of-use when
available from the manufacturer or the distributor. When a unit-dose
topical is not available it should be dispensed in the original
packaging available from the manufacturer in appropriate size.

     Contractor(s) shall be required to dispense and furnish countdown
sheets for all Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDC), in Classes 2,3,4
and 5,.including Methadone when prescribed according to law. These
countdown sheets shall be available for both systems.  Countdown sheet
accompanying a CDS in DDD is dispensed to individual clients and a
countdown sheet for floor stock CDS in DMHS and DMAVA.

     Contractor(s) shall provide all required pharmacy services
at all State facilities. This includes, but is not limited to, the
acute care or semi-acute care units, admission units and providing
off-grounds medications.

     Contractor(s) shall assure that all preparation, compounding
and dispensing of drugs, is conducted under the direct personal
supervision of a New Jersey registered pharmacist.  Direct personal
supervision means observation of each step of the process of
preparation, compounding and dispensing of drugs, including the
checking of each ingredient used, the quantity, dosage form and
direction for use.

     When unit-dose medication is dispensed in either the 24 hour
or 7 day unit-dose system by anyone other than a New Jersey Registered
Pharmacist, the name of the New Jersey registered pharmacist  who
checked the medication and verified that all medication in the
cassette is in complete compliance with prescribing physician's orders
shall be recorded.  All such records shall be available for review by
the Project Manager.

     The name of the New Jersey Registered Pharmacist who dispenses or
checks non-unit dose medication shall be documented in a similar
fashion.

     To avoid a conflict of interest, any staff employed by the
Provider Pharmacy contractor can not be employed by the company
awarded the State's Consultant Pharmacist contract.

     Non-standard nutritionals and non-legend unit-dose medications
will be billed through the Medicaid system to a specific client.  Upon
Project Manager's approval, specific stock supplies and over the
counter (OTC) drugs will be billed off-system at the contracted
discounted AWP rate. All off-system invoices submitted to the Project
Manager for reimbursement must be accompanied by the facility
requisition order form and proof of receipt by staff worker, including
copy of a complete label attached to the signed requisition order
form.

     Contractor(s) shall be a member of the Central Pharmacy and
Therapeutics Committee, and the Approved Drug (Formulary)
Subcommittee. Contractor should also be a member of each facility's
Pharmacy and Therapeutics and Infectious Disease Committee, as well as
any other committee deemed reasonably appropriate and approved by the
Project Manager. Contractor(s) shall participate in Quality Assurance
Activities as required by the facility.

     Contractor(s) shall provide a courier system that assures pick up
and delivery of drugs and medication orders at least twice a day in
all State facilities.

      Contractor(s) will provide an approved Clozaril and/or Clozapine
distribution system.  This will include the required handling of the
National Registry WBC Count reporting form.

     Contractor(s) will assist all facilities in providing a client
self- medication training program.  The contractor will provide for
approved residents, individually labeled bottles of medications in
addition to providing daily unit doses in cassettes.

     Contractors will cooperate with a consultant pharmacist and share
information that they may require for monitoring drug therapy etc.
approved by the Project Manager, including Drug Utilization Review
Board standards recommended by the DURB and approved by DHS.

COMPUTER SYSTEM

     The automated system needs of the State are presented in this
section of the contract.  Failure to meet all of the requirements
(including those of the NJ Board of Pharmacy) may be grounds for
disqualification of the contractor's contract.

     System application software will be the responsibility of the
contractor and executed on the contractor's equipment. The contractor
is responsible for all computer and related equipment including
communication lines required to fulfill contract specifications. These
expenses will be included in the capitation fee (See 10.7.7.1 of RFP).

Data Processing System

     Each facility must be provided with a computer and a printer to
access facility specific data. The access to facility specific data
will be provided only for reading and printing of specific reports.

Communications Equipment and Backup

     The contractor(s') system design must support adequate terminals
and printers at each job site to provide for the demands of the
workload (as described below).

     If remote communications are needed for the operation of the
proposed system, an alternate method is needed for the transmittal of
medication orders in the event of a data communications, remote
hardware or central computer failure.  The contractor(s) must provide
a facsimile machine on their premises for this purpose, the cost of
which is the contractor(s') responsibility. The contractor must also
supply all DDD and Veteran facilities with a FAX machine ideally
located in these facilities in order for nursing to FAX in new orders
to the Central Distribution center on weekends and holidays and when
pharmacy is closed. Contractor must supply DHS Central Office and
Medical Director's office at each facility with the necessary computer
equipment to read and print only, data information relative to their
patient care in their facility.

Data Entry

     The contractor's onsite personnel are responsible for all
computer data entry necessary for the proper operation of the system,
including Saturday's, Sunday's and Holiday's. The smaller facilities
(Greenbrook and Brisbane) may have nurses FAX medication orders to the
vendor-filling site when on-site pharmacists are not available. There
will be no additional data entry charges for this procedure.

Backup and Recovery

     The Contractor(s) is required to maintain a backup system file
needed to operate the system.  The procedure which is used must be
sufficiently comprehensive to assure that  a maximum of one days work
is lost in the event of a computer hardware failure or other
disruptive cause.

     The Contractor(s) is required to make monthly backups of files
compatible with the Microsoft Word system, which are necessary to
restore the system to an operational status. The backup file must be
formatted in such a manner as to permit  NJDHS Central Office to
download this information. These files will be sent to the State
Project Manager one week after the submission of the monthly invoice
and continued monthly until the end of the contract period.

     Charges are included in the capitation fee (see Section 10.7 of
the RFP).

Documentation

     The contractor is required to provide manuals, which describe
user operation of equipment.

     The contractor(s) must supply copies of all file layouts
including record definitions, sizes and blocking factors.  The
contractor(s)) must also provide procedure for obtaining pertinent
reports that may be required by specific facility such as utilization
of a particular drug, number of prescription drugs and over the
counter (OTC) medications per patient per day, duplication of therapy
etc., and explanation of each file.

Interfacing

     The Contractor(s) will submit weekly claims for medication costs,
via computer tapes, discs or other means in a format acceptable to the
Medicaid fiscal intermediary (currently Unisys Corp.) The current
format consists of NCPDP Version 5.1. The contractor(s) should
anticipate and be able to accommodate pharmacy claim submission using
NCPDP Version 5.1 during this contract.

     The contractor will maintain Windows based software to
communicate with DHS units and the Consultant Pharmacy contractor.

     Contractor will submit a monthly invoice to the State Project
Manager for products and services, which are not directly reimbursed
by the Medicaid Fiscal Intermediary.  The invoice must be accompanied
by a copy of the transmission sheet with a computer generated label
affixed to it for billing purposes, listing the medication order and a
computer printout of each item billed on the invoice with proof of
acceptance by an authorized State employee. Any unused medication in
the unit-dose packaging should be credited as defined by
N.J.A.C.10:51-1.5 (See Attachment 1 of RFP). Credits issued to State
facilities shall be available upon request.

Project Forms

     Prepare and provide all forms and printing necessary for the
implementation and ongoing operation of the program.  Design
(color/format) shall meet the needs of and be subject to the approval
of the Project Manager.   Forms provided shall include, but not
limited to:

A.  Physicians Order (PO) Form or Profile Form, if applicable (minimum
original and 4 copies)

B.  Medication and Treatment Administration Record (MAR-TAR).

C.  Declining Inventory Form (for Controlled Dangerous Substance).

D.  Medication Order Sheet for Stock, including OTC.

E.  Extension of Physician's Bag Utilization Form.  The cost for these
forms is to be included in the capitation fee (See 10.7.7.1)  Must be
able to accommodate pharmacy claims, submission, using NCPDP Version
5.1 during this contract.


Application Software

Security

     The system must be designed to prevent any unauthorized
individual from access of application software, system software and
data sets.

Software Requirements

     The contractor, in addition to satisfying all of the general
software requirements detailed in other sections, must meet all of the
following application software needs:

      System must have on-line real time updating of files.  The
operator must have access to current information.

     Input to the system consists of patient admission and discharge
information, patient transfers, diet orders, treatment orders, and
medication orders. This information must be readily retrievable in
each facility. Discharged patients data must be retrievable upon re-
admission, transfers between State facilities and available upon
request by medical, administrative and nursing personnel.

     The system must be able to add, change, delete, and maintain
patient information.  An operator must have on-line inquiry
capabilities.  The system must provide file searches by patient
identification number and patient name. Requested data should be
available in a format for further analysis by standard data based
software (i.e. formats readable by Dbase, Access, Oracle, Excel). Also
the computer system must have the capability to generate a report upon
request such as, but not limited to: Identifying the patient's drug
history by category, doses, by medical diagnosis, classes of drugs
(AHFS), megadosing of specific drugs, injectable drugs, combination of
injectable and solid dosage forms by patient, duplicate drug therapy,
report by specific physicians and their prescribing habits (see
13.2.3.4.1 of RFP). The system must also be able to generate a report
based on category of drugs, utilization of drugs, by nursing station
or by indications for use of a particular drug.

     The following data elements must be kept for each patient when
provided by the facility.

Patient Data

Patient Name
Patient ID
Sex
Weight
Date of Birth
Facility
Cottage or Nursing Unit
Third Party Plan (Attachment 2 of RFP)
Number
Medicaid Case Number
Medicare Number
Attending Physician Name
Current Diagnoses
Allergies, Adverse Drug Reactions,
Food Intolerance, Etc.


     The contractor shall be responsible for determining and or
responding to the availability of other (pharmacy) insurance coverage.
When determined available, the contractor shall submit acceptable
pharmacy claims to the other insurer electronically to determine the
other insurance payment for pharmacy services. This payment amount
shall be reported in field 26 "Other Insurance" on the MC-6 Pharmacy
Claim form or equivalent field in the electronic claim format. The
balance of payment shall be paid by the State consistent with Section
4.5.1.1.


Current Diet Orders

Text information describing type and effective date.

Duration of Current Treatment Orders

Text information describing that which must be done.

Physician's Order Sheet (PO)


     The standardized physician orders PO will consist of a header,
and the body of the PO, which contains four sections.

     The header of the PO will have the same information as MAR's and
TAR's.

a.        Full official name of facility
b.        Full name of patient
c.        Date of Birth (DOB) month/day/year
d.        Location will identify the by code, building, wing or room
e.        New Jersey Medicaid number or record number
f.        Sex
g.        Date of Admission to facility
h.        Physicians name, address, telephone number
i.        Food Allergies
j.        Drug Allergies
k.        Suspected ADR
l.        Diagnosis all inclusive

Body of the Physician Order (PO) will contain five sections:

a. Comments: (Non-Drugs, Non-Treatment Orders)

1. Diets, special orders
2. Lab, lab profile
3. Restraints
4. Other orders that have no fee attached Treatments:

     This category will include all treatments that can be "APPLIED"
topically such as creams, lotions, ointments, soaks, etc. EXCEPT
Transdermal patches, Nitropatches, Scopolamine patches, etc., because
of their percutaneous absorption for systemic effect (they will be
with Medication Orders).

Medication Orders:

     This category will include all medications that are placed in
body cavity such as swallow, instilled, inject, insert, etc. This
includes capsules, tabliets, suspension liquids, otic, ophthalmic
drugs, injectable, rectal, vaginal, nasal, oxygen. This section will
also include "Gastric Tube Feedings" since they are reimbursable by
Medicaid.

Drugs that are Non-Formulary (drugs not on the Approved Drug List),
must be indicated on a pre-printed Physician Order sheet (PO) as Non-
Formulary.


PRN Medication Orders

     This category will be listed separately if applicable in your
facility.

Signature

     At the end of orders the physician will have approximately (8)
eight lines left blank for writing or changing orders at the time of
(90) ninety, (30) thirty or (28) twenty-eight day review. If these
spaces are not used they are to be "X"ed out, allowing for no new
orders to be written IN after they have been reviewed and signed
off/noted by physician and the licensed nurse including the "date and
time".

     Note:  Generic Drugs shall be substituted unless a specific brand
name is indicated on the Physicians Medication Order.

1.  Each new drug order must be checked against existing medication
orders to ensure it is not a duplicate by using a generic code number.
The physician must immediately be notified of possible drug
duplication, drug interactions and  allergic reactions. There must be
a tracking system, which identifies when refills are requested
too soon.

2.  Drug orders, which are entered in the system should be matched by
a drug products Generic Code Number (GCN). The system must produce an
error message on the screen for the operator when there is not a match
on a product code.  Drug orders, which are entered using drug name
should display a list of possible drugs when the drug name does not
exactly match the file.

3.  A Stop Orders policy will be followed according to the facility
Policy and Procedure Manual.

4.  Unless otherwise prescribed, a drug order is good for 28, 30, or
90 days in State facilities. Stat orders and one-time medication
orders will be entered in the system.  These orders will be filled by
the on-site pharmacy when applicable.

5.  New drug orders must be entered into the computer system before
7PM for the midnight delivery at DMHS in a 24-hour system and by 5PM
for next day's delivery in DDD and DMAVA.

     The contractor's computer system will produce the following pre-
printed forms on a regularly scheduled basis. The computer system must
have Ad-Hoc reporting capabilities so that on-site personnel can
generate one-time and irregular reports as needed.


     An updated five part Physician's Order form containing all
required information.

     A monthly Medication Administration Record MAR) and Treatment
Adminisitration Record (TAR) which is a 2 sided treatment form
containing the demographic information the same as the header on the
physician order sheet. A Sample of the MAR and TARS forms must be
approved before implementation by Project Manager.

     Current medication orders, including brand name in parentheses
when filling it generically, with one line of space for each time
during a 24-hour period that each medication is to be administered,
and listing the hours and methods of administration.

     Ancillary administration instructions and cautionary statements
must be printed on each MAR and TARS, if applicable.

Effective date of medication order.

The form shall also have space for:

A.  Administering personnel to indicate that each dose of medication
has or has not been administered using the key codes.

B.  Administering personnel to write/sign their name with a sample of
their initials.

C.  Documentation of administration of STAT or one time medication
orders.

     Prescription labels for non-unit dose medications will have all
of the necessary information including fractional doses, when
appropriate.

     Monthly drug usage statistics based on doses of medication, and
indicating unit-doses dispensed, total PRN dispensed, total unit-doses
unused and returned, and returned for credit.

     These reports may be requested but not limited by the following
categories:

Drugs/Diagnosis/Indication for Use
Location (Facility, Building, Unit etc.)
Physician
Patient Profiles for the most current 30 days, 90 days, etc.
Drug-Drug Interaction
Drug-Food Adverse Interaction
Age, gender, race
Sub-therapeutic dosing
Polypharmacy
Doses above maximum recommendation
Weekly clent list as requested by drug or category
Monthly average number of prescription written by physician per
  patient including OTC
Drug usage statistics based on doses dispensed total PRN dispensed and
  total unit-dose unused and returned for credit
Immunization Report
Historical Data-discharge medication etc.
Current PDR range of recommended doses for psychotropic drugs and
  doses above recommended
Summary listing of clients receiving a particular drug or combination
  of drugs in a requested category
Print-out of all PRN medication orders, prescriber and patient
  location
Summary listing by prescribing physician for medication prescribed and
  or of selected medications prescribed, including ID of patient, of
  medication prescribed, of dose, direction for use, Rx and duration
Exceptions report listing all patients for whom more than one order
  for the same category of medication has been ordered
Identify duplicate therapy
Identify clients receiving solid tablets and capsules and also
  receiving unit-dose concentrates
Utilization Reports of CDS drugs
Summary of admission/transfers/discharges
List of non-formulary drugs dispensed by facility

The system should be capable of:

     Alerting the pharmacist of a possible drug interaction or allergy
between existing and new medication orders. The pharmacist must
acknowledge such problems by data entering his initials prior to
continuing entering the orders.

     Alerting the inputting pharmacist of a potential duplicate
medication order.

     Summary listings of patients receiving a specific classification
of medication identified by Specific Therapeutic Class (STC) or GCN.

     Drug Interaction number, the patient/recipient ID number,
Prescriber's Service Number (PSN), the interacting medications, degree
of clinical significance and a reference source for information, must
be available monthly, as requested.

     For each facility, there must be an automatic stop order policy
for 28, 30 and 90 day orders. It shall caution facility staff at least
72 hours prior to expiration of the stop order.

     Produce a hard copy of a patient profile

     Produce a report on psychotropic drug megadoses including
patients name/recipient ID number, facility, prescribing physician
(PSN), date and specific dose above FDA approved maximum dose.

     Produce a monthly (or otherwise requested) report of the total
new prescriptions dispensed at each facility and the number of unit-
doses dispensed.

     Produce patient bin labels listing resident's name facility
identification number, location designation and primary attending
physicians name in both the 24-hour and 7 day in both systems.

     The contractor(s) computerized pharmacy system shall meet all New
Jersey State Board of Pharmacy regulations.

     Contractor will provide pertinent drug information (fact sheet)
for all residents (inpatient and discharged) in accordance with State
and Federal law.

CARTS AND CASSETTES

     New carts and cassettes must be constructed for maximum
durability and rigidity  to withstand daily use including the
transportation from the pharmacy to the institutional dispensing unit
in the DMHS 24-hour unit dose system. They must have built in security
features to prevent access by unauthorized personnel. The contractor
is responsible for assuring that each unit has a double lock system to
store Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS).

     The cart and cassette expenses shall be included in the daily
capitation fee. All damages must be repaired within 24 hours or
replaced with comparable new equipment. Contractor will be responsible
for all equipment maintenance and cleanliness, the latter refers to
the transportable equipment such as the cassettes used in the DMHS 24-
hour system.

     The seven day system cassettes including the empty cassettes and
slide packs used presently in DDD and DVHS must be obtained from
NeighborCare, TCI, Inc. since that equipment is the property of the
State and will be utilized for this contract.

     The contractor will interact with the Project Manager to select
equipment to be used in DMHS State facilities.


    

VENDOR INFORMATION
Vendor Name & Address:
OMNICARE OF NEW YORK LLC
DBA OMNICARE OF WHIPPANY
121 ALGONQUIN PARKWAY
WHIPPANY, NJ 07981
Contact Person: ANTHONY DEMEOLA
Contact Phone: 800-242-6710
Order Fax: 973-884-0772
Contract#: 52926
Expiration Date: 09/30/14
Terms: NONE
Delivery: 1 DAYS ARO
Small Business Enterprise: NO
Minority Business Enterprise: NO
Women Business Enterprise: NO
Cooperative Purchasing *: NO
* WILL VENDOR EXTEND CONTRACT PRICES TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING PARTICIPANTS?
 
DURING THE EXTENSION OF THE CONTRACT FROM 11.01.11 THROUGH 04.30.12,
PRICES AND TERMS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THOSE OF THE CONTRACT
IN EFFECT THROUGH 10.31.11.
     

CONTRACT ITEMS/SERVICES BY VENDOR
Vendor:  OMNICARE OF NEW YORK LLC
DBA OMNICARE OF WHIPPANY
Contract Number:  52926
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00001 COMM CODE:  948-72-028659
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT
(AS AUTHORIZED BY THE NEW JERSEY DIVIS-
ION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE AND HEALTH
SERVICES.)

DISCOUNT FROM AWP:

YEAR 1












THIS IS A TWO MONTH EXTENSION FOR THE
PERIOD, JANUARY 1, 2008 THROUGH FEBRUARY
29, 2008 AT THE SAME TERMS CONDITIONS,
AND PRICING OF THE CONTRACT AS AMENDED
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2006.
1.000 EA 13.00% N/A
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00002 COMM CODE:  948-72-028660
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT
(AS AUTHORIZED BY THE NEW JERSEY
DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE AND
HEALTH SERVICES)

DISCOUNT FROM AWP:

YEAR 2
1.000 EA 13.00% N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00003 COMM CODE:  948-72-028660
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT
(AS AUTHORIZED BY THE NEW JERSEY DIV. OF
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE AND HEALTH SERVICES)

DISCOUNT FROM AWP:

YEAR 3
1.000 EA 13.00% N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00004 COMM CODE:  948-72-028566
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - ANCORA
ANCORA PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.90000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00005 COMM CODE:  948-72-028567
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - ANCORA
ANCORA PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00006 COMM CODE:  948-72-028568
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - ANCORA
ANCORA PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.14000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00007 COMM CODE:  948-72-028569
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - BRISBANE
BRISBANE CHILD TREATMENT CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.90000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00008 COMM CODE:  948-72-028570
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - BRISBANE
BRISBANE CHILD TREATMENT CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00009 COMM CODE:  948-72-028571
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - BRISBANE
BRISBANE CHILD TREATMENT CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.14000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00010 COMM CODE:  948-72-028572
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE-ANN KLINE
FORENSIC/TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.90000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00011 COMM CODE:  948-72-028573
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE-ANN KLINE
FORENSIC/TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00012 COMM CODE:  948-72-028574
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - ANN KLINE
FORENSIC/TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.14000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00013 COMM CODE:  948-72-028575
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - GREEN BROOK
GREEN BROOK REGIONAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00014 COMM CODE:  948-72-028576
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - GREEN BROOK
GREEN BROOK REGIONAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00015 COMM CODE:  948-72-028577
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - GREEN BROOK
GREEN BROOK REGIONAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00016 COMM CODE:  948-72-028578
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - GREYSTONE
GREYSTONE PARK PSYCHIATRIC HASPITAL
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.90000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00017 COMM CODE:  948-72-028579
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - GREYSTONE
GREYSTONE PARK PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00018 COMM CODE:  948-72-028580
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - GREYSTONE
GREYSTONE PARK PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.14000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00019 COMM CODE:  948-72-028581
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - HAGEDORN
HAGEDORN CENTER FOR GERIATRICS
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.90000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00020 COMM CODE:  948-72-028582
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - HAGEDORN
HAGEDORN CENTER FOR GERIATRICS
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00021 COMM CODE:  948-72-028607
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - HAGEDORN
HAGEDORN CENTER FOR GERIATRICS
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.14000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00022 COMM CODE:  948-72-028608
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00023 COMM CODE:  948-72-028609
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00024 COMM CODE:  948-72-028610
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00025 COMM CODE:  948-72-028614
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - MENLO PARK
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, MENLO PARK
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.65000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00026 COMM CODE:  948-72-028615
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH MENLO PK.
N.J, VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, MENLO PARK
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.78000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00027 COMM CODE:  948-72-028616
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH MENLO PK.
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, MENLO PARK
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.98000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00028 COMM CODE:  948-72-028617
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH VINELAND.
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, VINELAND
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.65000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00029 COMM CODE:  948-72-028618
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH VINELAND.
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, VINELAND
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.78000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00030 COMM CODE:  948-72-028619
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH VINELAND.
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, VINELAND
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.98000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00031 COMM CODE:  948-72-028620
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH PARAMUS
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, PARAMUS
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.65000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00032 COMM CODE:  948-72-028621
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH PARAMUS
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, PARAMUS
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.78000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00033 COMM CODE:  948-72-028622
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NJMH PARAMUS
N.J. VET'S MEMORIAL HOME, PARAMUS
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.98000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00034 COMM CODE:  948-72-028623
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NEW LISBON
NEW LISBON DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00035 COMM CODE:  948-72-028624
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NEW LISBON
NEW LISBON DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00036 COMM CODE:  948-72-028625
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NEW LISBON
NEW LISBON DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00037 COMM CODE:  948-72-028626
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NORTH JERSEY
NORTH JERSEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00038 COMM CODE:  948-72-028627
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NORTH JERSEY
NORTH JERSEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00039 COMM CODE:  948-72-028628
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -NORTH JERSEY
NORTH JERSEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00040 COMM CODE:  948-72-028632
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -TRENTON PSYCH.
TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.90000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00041 COMM CODE:  948-72-028633
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -TRENTON PSYCH.
TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00042 COMM CODE:  948-72-028634
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -TRENTON PSYCH.
TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $2.14000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00043 COMM CODE:  948-72-028635
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -VINELAND DC .
VINELAND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00044 COMM CODE:  948-72-028636
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -VINELAND DC .
VINELAND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00045 COMM CODE:  948-72-028637
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE -VINELAND DC .
VINELAND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00046 COMM CODE:  948-72-028641
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - WOODBINE
WOODBINE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00047 COMM CODE:  948-72-028642
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - WOODBINE
WOODBINE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00048 COMM CODE:  948-72-028643
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - WOODBINE
WOODBINE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00049 COMM CODE:  948-72-028644
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - WOODBRIDGE
WOODBRIDGE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR ONE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.50000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00050 COMM CODE:  948-72-028645
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - WOODBRIDGE
WOODBRIDGE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR TWO ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.58000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00051 COMM CODE:  948-72-028646
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - WOODBRIDGE
WOODBRIDGE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
**** YEAR THREE ****

COST PER PATIENT DAY:

1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00052 COMM CODE:  948-72-057553
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT.
DISCOUNT FROM AWP, VALID UNTIL TERMIN-
ATION OF CONTRACT FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE
COMMISSION (JJC).
DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA 13.00% N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00053 COMM CODE:  948-72-057554
UNIT DOSE CAPITATION FEE - JUVENILE
JUSTICE COMMISSION (JJC).
PRICE VALID UNTIL TERMINATION OF
CONTRACT.
DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $1.69000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00054 COMM CODE:  948-72-060882
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00055 COMM CODE:  948-72-060883
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00056 COMM CODE:  948-72-060884
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00057 COMM CODE:  948-72-060885
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $37000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00058 COMM CODE:  948-72-060886
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00059 COMM CODE:  948-72-060887
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00060 COMM CODE:  948-72-060888
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00061 COMM CODE:  948-72-060889
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $28000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00062 COMM CODE:  948-72-060890
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00063 COMM CODE:  948-72-060891
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00064 COMM CODE:  948-72-060892
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00065 COMM CODE:  948-72-060893
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $10000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00066 COMM CODE:  948-72-060894
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00067 COMM CODE:  948-72-060895
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00068 COMM CODE:  948-72-060896
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00069 COMM CODE:  948-72-060897
CALENDAR YEAR 2006
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $8000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00070 COMM CODE:  948-72-060898
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00071 COMM CODE:  948-72-060899
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00072 COMM CODE:  948-72-060900
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00073 COMM CODE:  948-72-060901
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIV. OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $37000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00074 COMM CODE:  948-72-060902
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00075 COMM CODE:  948-72-060903
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00076 COMM CODE:  948-72-060904
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00077 COMM CODE:  948-72-060905
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DHS, DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $28000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00078 COMM CODE:  948-72-060906
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00079 COMM CODE:  948-72-060907
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00080 COMM CODE:  948-72-060908
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00081 COMM CODE:  948-72-060909
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
DEPT. OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $10000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00082 COMM CODE:  948-72-060910
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00083 COMM CODE:  948-72-060911
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA NET N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00084 COMM CODE:  948-72-060912
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
DISPENSING FEE PER PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA N/A $5.17000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00085 COMM CODE:  948-72-060913
CALENDAR YEAR 2007
JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION
MANAGEMENT FEE PER WEEK
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 WEEK N/A $8000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00086 COMM CODE:  948-72-028659
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT
(AS AUTHORIZED BY THE DIVISION OF
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE AND HEALTH SERVICES.

DISCOUNT FROM AWP: 15.00%

PURSUANT TO CHANGE IN APPROPRIATION
LANGUAGE REFLECTING FEDERAL CHANGES
IN MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT 07/01/2008.
DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA 15.00% N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00087 COMM CODE:  948-72-060905
MONTHLY MANAGEMENT FEE
DMAHS, DDD AND DMAVA
CONTRACT PERIOD 11/01/2008 - 10/31/2011
IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEGOTIATED EXTENSION
AND MODIFICATION AGREEMENT.
DELIVERY: 30 DAYS ARO
1.000 MONTH N/A $318000.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00090 COMM CODE:  948-72-057553
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT.
16% DISCOUNT FROM AWP FOR STATE FISCAL
YEAR 2010 PER APPROPRIATIONS ACT

DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA 16.00% N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00091 COMM CODE:  948-72-057553
AVERAGE WHOLESALE PRICE (AWP) DISCOUNT.
17.5% DISCOUNT FROM AWP FOR STATE FISCAL
YEAR 2011 PER APPROPRIATIONS ACT.

DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 EA 17.50% N/A
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00092 COMM CODE:  948-72-057553
MONTHLY MANAGEMENT FEE FOR ONE (1) YEAR
PERIOD COMMENCING MAY 1, 2013 THROUGH
APRIL 30, 2014 IN ACCORDANCE WITH
AMENDMENT 15.
DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 MONTH N/A $316595.00000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00093 COMM CODE:  948-72-057553
MONTHLY MANAGEMENT FEE FOR THE FOUR (4)
MONTH PERIOD COMMENCING MAY 1, 2014
THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2014 IN ACCORDANCE
WITH AMENDMENT 15.
DELIVERY: 1 DAYS ARO
1.000 MONTH N/A $325777.00000


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