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MA 103 Final

Five P's, Definitions, Mandates

QuestionAnswer
List the five P's of Ethical Power. Purpose, Pride, Patience, persistence, Perspective
Explain Purpose. Understand your objective.
Explain Pride. Have pride in what you do.
Explain Patience. It takes time to create an atmospherics where your objective can be obtained.
Explain Persistence. To act in an ethical manner means to strive to act in that manner all the time, not just when you want to or it seems easy to do.
Explain Perspective. Find time each day to maintain balance in your life.
LIST THE CRIMES THAT THE LAW MANDATES THAT PROPER AUTHORITIES BE IN FORMED. Child Abuse, Elder Abuse,Rape,gunshot/knife wounds,STD
Define Surrogate A substitute or someone who substitutes for another
Define Genetic Engineering Alteration, manipulation, replacement or repair of genetic material
Define Macroallocations Scarce medical resources; decisions made by congress
Define Microallocations Scarce medical resources; decisions are made by providers and individual members of health cares.
Define Bioethics branch of medical ethics concern with moral issues resulting from high technology and sophisticated medical research
Define Code of Ethics. Set of principles and guidelines usually found in professional organizations.
Explain 2 typrd of Advance Directive. Living Will. Document that makes wishes known in the event that individual is unable to speak for themselves.
Define Slander false and malicious words about another constituting a defamation of character.
Define Libel False and malicious writing about another constituting a defamation of character.
Define Litigation Court action
Define Malpractice Professional negligance
Define Negligence Failure to exercise the standard of care that a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances
Define Respondent Superior legal document that makes an employer liable for the wrong doing of an employee if it was committed within the employee's scope of employment
Define Res Ipsa Loquitur Legal document stating that things do not have to be explained beyond the obvious facts and that a person is presumed to be negligent if she had control over what caused an injury, even if there is no specific evidence of negligence
Define Non Compos Mentos Not of sound mind and hence not legally responsible; mentally incompetent.
Define Libel False and malicious writing about another constituting a defamation of character.
Define Litigation
Define Targeted resume format used when focusing a clear specific job
Define Malpractice Process of which people of similar interest exchange information and social business or professional relationships.
Why are a cover and thank you letter important? Cover letter is for introduction. Thank you letter is to thank the employer for their consideration for the position.
The 4 D's of negligence are: Failure to exercise the standard of care that a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances
Define Respondent Superior legal document that makes an employer liable for the wrong doing of an employee if it was committed within the employee's scope of employment
Define Power Verbs Action words used to describe your attributes and strengths
Define Chronological Resume format used when you have employment experience
Define Targeted Written at the request of patients or their authorized representatives stating taht CPR should not be used to sustain life in a medical crisis.
Define Networking Process in which people of similar interests exchange information in social, business, or professional relationships
Define Functional A resume format used to highlight specialty areas of accomplishments and strengths.
Name 3 things a medical assistant should be legally responsible for in a office. Protecting patient confidentiality. Following all state and federal laws. being honest in all your actions.
Explain two types of advanced directive Living wills, Durable power of attorney, Health care proxies, DNR
Define Living Wills A document in which an individual expresses his or her wishes regarding medical treatment.
Define Durable Power of Attorney A document that gives a designated person the authority ot make legal decisions on behalf of the grantor, usually including health care decisions
Define, Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) order Written at the request of patients or their authorized representatives stating taht CPR should not be used to sustain life in a medical crisis.
During a interview whats not appropriate to ask? How much is the pay? What are the Retirement benefits? How many sick/personal days allowed?
Define Stages of Grief in order 1.Denial and isolation 2.Anger asking "why Me" 3.Bargaining and guilt 4.Depression 5.Acceptance (DABDA)
Name four kinds and transplants Medical transplants, Autograft, Heterograft, Homograft, Isograft
Explain dress for success first impression are lasting so strive for a favorable professional look from head to toe.
What are two things you should verify before using someone as a reference. Verify permission, and Reference info (name, address, number)
Define Denial in stages of grief P/T cannot believe that this is happening
Define Anger in statges of grief P/T asking "why me"
Define Bargaining in stages of grief P/T bargains with God or a higher being, even their provider and express their desire to make a certain milestone in their lives
Define Depression in stages of grief P/T is sad, sometimes quiet and withdrawn.
What are the Code of Ethics 5 basic principles? Render Service with full respect fot the dignity of humanity. Respect confidential information. Uphold the honor and integrity of the profesion. Pursue continuing education activities and improve knowledge and skills.
cont...Code of Ethics 5 basic principles? Participate in community service and education
Ethical issues dealing with life Bioethics
medical decisions made individually by providers and the health care team at the local level. microallocation
Ethics has to do with what is right and wrong. True or False True
Bioethics has to do with ethical issues dealihng with human life. True or False True
When abuse is suspected, the provider and medical assistant have ethical responsiblities to report is. True or False True
True or False? When a patient has HIV, the provider may refuse to treat the patient. False
True or False? A provider and a medical assistant can refuse to perform abortions. True
True or False? You may discuss a person's confidential medical information as long as you do not say the patient's name. False
True or False? Your provider does not have a contractd with the patient until he or she treats the patient. True
True of False? Positive thinking is a good thing, but it is not all that important to success in planning your career and doing your job search False
Created by: debonaire