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Thyroxine secreted by the thyroid gland
adenohypophysis another name for pituitary gland
ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone) stimulates the adrenal cortex
Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) rasies blood calcium
Pancreas secreates insulin
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) standard format to transfer information electronically
Implied contract by which the doctor and the patient is one that is considered as ______________
Morals/Ethics standard humane conduct is called
Fraudulent anytime an individual misrepresents charges intentionally to increase payment on a claim it is considered______________________
EFT (Electroinic Funds Transfer) electronically transfers money/checks (usually from insurance company) to providers bank account
EMR (Electronic Medical Record) electronic file that stores patient health information
Third Party Payers referred to as a health insurance company
Written Consent or Release Form Before information can be sent to the third party payers the patient is required to sign
Provider required to go through an enrollment process before they can submit claims electronically to the third party payers
Thymus secreates thymosin
Created by: momangulo