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Health Info mgnt

Health information managment

A statewide cancer surveillance system is an example of which of the NHII dimensions? Community
A consumer interested in comparing the performance of health plans should review data from ______? HEDIS
The name of the government agency that has led the development of basic data sets for health record and computer databases is the___? National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics
The inpatient data set that has been incorporated into federal law and is required for Medicare reporting is the ____? Uniform Hospital Discharge Data Set
According to the UHDDS definition, ethnicity should be recorded on patient record as _____. Hispanic, non-Hispanic, unknown
A critical early step in designing an EHR is to develop a(n) ____ in which the characteristics of each data element are defined. data dictionary
A radiology Department is planning to develop a remote clinic and plans to transmit images for diagnostic purposes. The most important standards to implement in order to transmit images is ______. DICOM
Laboratory data is successfully transmitted back and forth from community Hospital to three local physician clinics. This successful transmission is dependent on which of the following standards? LOINC
A core data set developed by ASTM to communicate a patient's past and current health information as the patient's transition from one care setting to another is ______. Continuity of Care Record
In order to effectively transmit healthcare between a provider and payer, both parties must adhere to which electronic data interchange standard? X12N
The number that has been proposed for use as a unique patient identification number but is controversial because of confidentiality and privacy concerns is the _____. Social security number
Most health care informatics standards have been implemented by _________. consensus
Mary Smith, RHIA has been asked to work on the development of a hospital trauma data registry. Which of the following data sets would be most helpful in developing this registry? DEEDS
Reimbursement for home health services in dependent of data collected from ___________. OASIS
In long term care, the resident's care plan is based on data collected in the ___________ MDS Version 2.0
As many private and public standards groups promulgate health informatics standards, the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology has been given responsibility for ___. Harmonization of standards from multiple sources
Which of the following indexes and databases includes patient-identifiable information? Master patient/population index
Which of the following is an external user of data? Public health department
Review of disease indexes, pathology reports, and radiation therapy reports is part of which function in the cancer registry? Case-finding
What is the information identifying the patient (such as name, health record number, address, and telephone number) called? Demographic data
Cancer registries receive approval as part of the facility cancer program from the which of the following agencies? American College of Surgeons
Which national database includes data on all discharged patients regardless of payer? Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project
Two clerks are abstracting data for a registry. When their work is checked, discrepancies are found. Which data quality component is lacking? Reliability
What does an audit trail check for? Unauthorized access to a system
Which law requires the reporting of deaths and severe complications due to devices? Safe Medical Devices Act of 1990
Which of the following is a database from the National Health Care Survey that uses the patient health record as a data source? National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
Which of the following contains a list maintained in diagnosis code number order of patients discharged from a facility during a particular time period? Disease index
Which of the following contains a list maintained in procedure code number order of patients discharged from a facility during a particular time period? Operation index
Which of the following is a collection of secondary data related to patients with a specific diagnosis, condition, or procedures? Disease registry
Case finding is a method used to ___. Identify patients who have been seen or treated in a facility for a particular disease or condition for inclusion in a registry
In a cancer registry, the accession number ___. Is the number assigned to each case as it is entered into a cancer registry
A population-based registry ___. Includes information from more than one facility in a particular geopolitical area, such as a state or region
Which of the following is made up of claims data from Medicare claims submitted by acute care hospitals and skilled nursing facilities? MEDPAR
The Medicare Provider Analysis and Review file is made up of ___. Medicare claims from acute care hospitals and skilled nursing facilities
Vital statistics include data on ___. Births, deaths, fetal deaths, marriages, and divorces
Which database must a healthcare facility query as part of the credentialing process when a physician initially applies for medical staff privileges? NPDB
A(n) ____ can be defined as a collection of related components that interact to perform a task in order to accomplish a goal. Information system
The user supplies the input to an information system as ____. Raw facts
Which of the following is a secondary storage device? Floppy disk, CD-ROM, Magnetic tape
____ is the traditional manner of planning and implementing an information. SDLC
What phase of the SDLC creates the object model of the solution environment? System analysis
A(n) __ is the role the user plays in a system. Use case
____ is a fifth-generation programming language. Natural
is a first-generation programming language. Machine
A ____ manages the day-to-day operations of a business. Management information system
An organized collection of data is ____. A database
A(n) ____ stores data in predefined tables consisting of rows and columns. Relational database
allows a user to insert, update, delete, and query data from a database. SQL
A ____ uniquely identifies each row in a table and ensures that it is unique. Primary key
The LAST_NAME column of the patients table is considered a ____. Column
____ is the term used to describe voice and data communications. Telecommunications
____ connect computers together in a way that allows for the sharing of information and resources. Networks
A ____ is a task that runs on a server computer. Service
The ____ function of a computer allows access to its shared resources and services. Client
A(n) ____ is a network that connects computers in a relatively small area, such as a room or a building. LAN
A(n) ____ is a network that connects LANS or other networks together across a large geographical area. WAN
Network computers use ____ to communicate using the same language. Protocols
The RFP generally includes a detailed description of the system’s requirements and provides guidelines for vendors to follow in ____. Bidding for the contract
The most common approaches to converting from an old information system to a new one are the parallel approach, the phased approach, and _ approach. Direct cutover
In which phase of the systems development life cycle is the primary focus on examining the current system and problems in order to identify opportunities for improvement or enhancement of the system? Maintenance and evaluation
In which phase of the systems development life cycle are trial runs of the new system conducted, backup and disaster recover procedures developed, and training of end users conducted? Implementation
Which of the following generally includes a detailed description of the requirements for a new system and guidelines for vendors to follow in bidding for the contract? Request for proposal
The tool that allows the Internet user to search for and find information is called A Web browser
Which of the following protocols is most closely associated with the Internet? TCP/IP