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MED160Finalreview

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The specific right to privacy is found in what amendment to the Constitution? none of these
A notice of Privacy Practices (NPP) is a document that every patient is asked to read and sign
Persons performing disaster relief notification activities may receive PHI from providers unless the patient objects
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is entitled to PHI when all of these. Safety issues are apparent, adverse events related to specific drugs are apparent, and may declare that all HIPPAA permissions are void during disaster relief
Law enforcement officials are entitled to PHI in certain specific crimes, such as a gun shot wound or child abuse.
A "business associate" under HIPAA is A person, group, or organization outside of the medical practice that has a HIPAA approved reason to see protected health information
Which of the following are the privacy officer's responsibilities? all of these
Which of the following is not considered marketing under HIPAA? a reminder to female patients when their mammograms should be scheduled.
Which of the following is a violation of HIPAA's privacy rule? All of these
HIPAA's Privacy Rule protects PHI in all of these forms
You could unintentionally expose content on your personal computer on your employer's system network by all of these
Examples of public data collected by law from physicians include births, deaths, rapes and assaults
How do U.S. government standards recommend that all birth and death certificates be completed? They should be typed or legibly printed in ink
If a patient dies of natural causes while under his or her physician's care, who completes the medical portion of the death certificate? the attending physician
Which of the following is not required on a death certificate? Decedent's complete medical history
The public official who investigates and holds inquests over those who die from unknown or violent causes is the forensic pathologist
It is against the law for a physician to sign a death certificate if the death was all of these
Which of the following diseases are reportable under most public health statutes? all of these
The medical assistant or nurse can help with DEA compliance regarding controlled drugs by all of these
Which of the following drugs have no proven or acceptable medical use and a high potential for abuse? Schedule I
When a physician starts an intravenous infection, he has _______ the drug to his or her patient. administered
When a child is injured by the administration of a vaccine, the parents must file a claim under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
If abuse of an elder is suspected, one should Report the problem to the elder abuse hotline
Narcotic drugs with a high potential for abuse with severe psychic or physical dependencies are Schedule II
The federal agency responsible for testing and approving drugs before releasing them for public use is U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Tom has been diagnosed with an STD. He asks the doctor not to report the diagnosis to the state health department, Because Tom is the mayor of the town. The doctor must report is as required by state law
Which of the following activities, if supported by documentation, is least likely to cause legal problems for an employer? Dismissing an employee for just cause.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes discrimination in the workplace illegal
Which of the following is NOT a form of sexual harassment? Consensual dating between two employees
Which of the following is NOT against the law Refusal to take a drug or lie detector test as a condition of employment
Which of the following questions is improper if asked by a person interviewing an applicant for a job in a medical office? Where does your spouse work?
For which types of compensation benefits may workers injured on the job apply? all of these
Many states have right-to-know laws which allow employees broader access to information about toxic or hazardous substances
What is the authority by which OSHA can levy fines for exposure to HBV, based upon the Centers for Disease Control guidelines? Bloodborne Pathogen Standard
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) differs from the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 in that it mandates equal access for the disabled to certain public facilities
The term quid pro quo means something for something
Tom tells Kate that if she will go out on a date with him, he will see that she gets a pay raise. This an example of quid pro quo
The local hospital nurses are trying to unionize. The leaders of this effort are demoted. One of them is terminated. This is illegal, because federal law prohibits discrimination because of union activity
The Family Leave Act allows for unpaid leave for maternity leave, adoption, or caring for a sick relative
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are are necessary in any office that has any hazardous material
The Bloodborne Pathogen Standard is designed to protect helthcare workers against contagious diseases like HBV that are bloodborne
During this process, fluid is withdrawn from a woman;s pregnant uterus to be used for genetic and medical tests. Amniocentesis
Objections to genetic engineering projects have often been raised on the grounds that all of these
Which statement best expresses the philosophy of hospice care? Dying patients should be allowed to live out their final days in comfort.
Which of the following is true of palliative care? Palliative care is provided to ease a patient's suffering and not cure a disease
What legislation encouraged individuals to prepare advance directives for medical care while still able to make decisions for themselves? Patient Self-Determination Act
The range of emotions one feels in response to loss is called grief
Curative care is designed to cure the patient's illness
Landmark events in the right to die movement include all of these
A healthcare power of attorney is a state specific end of life document
A living will provides direction about specific wishes about end of life care
Before pronouncing a patient dead, physicians may perform certain tests. Which of the following is NOT a prescribed test for determining death? has a response to pain
Which of the following is true of death in the United States in the 21st century? Most deaths occur in hospitals
What does GMP stand for? good manufacturing practices
The book "The Jungle" by Upton Sinclair, was written because/ Production of food(rats, contaminates in sausage)
What medicine was taken by pregnant woman for morning sickness that was linked to birth defects and what type of birth defects did it cause? thalidomide children born without limbs
What was in Elixir sulfanilamide that was linked to deaths in children? antifreeze
What type of patient qualifies for hospice? terminally ill w/6 months or less life expectancy
What other services does hospice offer besides direct patient care? assistance to caregivers and bereavement support
What two agencies provide hospice care in Northern KY? St Elizabeth and Hospice of the Bluegrass
What does KASPER stand for and what is the purpose of it? Kentucky ALl Schedule Prescription Electron Reporting. Tracks where prescriptions are written and filled
How do you become an organ donor? sign the back of your Driver's License in along with 2 witnesses not in your family. through your living will
Where do stem cells come from? fertilized frozen eggs cord blood
Where can you obtain a copy of a Living will to fill out? The office of the Attorney General
When you fill out a living will, what should be done with it? copy to your health care surrogate, copy to doctor's office and copies to any hospitals you stay in
What is considered a "chemical abortion" according to NKY's right to life group? birth control pill
What company "voluntarily" pulled their products from the shelf and what were they? McNeil Consumer Healthcare children tylenol, motrin zyrtec
what website can you go to, to find out information about medications that have been recalled? FDA.gov
Name two examples of Medicare fraud Billing for services not actually performed. Billing for a more expensive service than was actually rendered.
Created by: bridking on 2010-05-14



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