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A Fordney Ch7 A

The transmission of electronic insurance claims for payment is known as electronic data interchange True
Encrypted data often look like gibberish to unauthorized users. True
ECS stands for electronic coding submission False
Peripherals are input, output, and storage units that are attached to the computer by cables True
RAM usually contains a permanent program False
A gigabyte holds approximately 1 billion bytes or characters True
Confidential data should be stored in the computer's hard drive False
An installed firewall and antivirus software helps maintain computer security True
Medicare carriers provide software and training to encourage electronic submission True
In order to submit insurance claims electronically, a signed agreement by the physician with the carriers involved is necessary True
Patients' signatures must be maintained on file in the physician's records for 6 months after the month in which the insurance claim was submitted False
A static-filled telephone line may ultimately result in rejected insurance claims True
When the computer is not being used, it is referred to as downtime False
Submit insurance claims during the noon hour to avoid "traffic jams." False
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