I have no issue with taking the occasional verbal order. Sometimes our hospitalists are ridiculously busy and I'd be waiting for a month of Sundays for them to get a chance to put the order in themselves (this is the exception, not the rule).
As far as prophylaxis and other issues, docs are human and sometimes just miss things. I try to double check what's ordered to make sure it aligns with core measures and also that home meds are ordered appropriately.
That being said, we have one doc who is notorious for wanting the nurses to fix everything he messes up. Uh, no. Or he tells us the next shift can fix it. Uh, no. Being insistent with that doc has gotten him to the point where he knows we won't spend an hour fixing his stuff.
Our physicians give report every shift just as the nurses and aides do. No getting out of that