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Phlebotomy Ch.1

Ch. 1 Key terms

Conduct and qualities that typify professional. Professionalism
Documentation assuring that an individual has met certain professional standards. Certification
Government classification of a medical disorder for purposes of cost reimbursement. Diagnositic related groups (DRGs)
Instructions to additional patient care skills. Cross-training
Maintaining the privacy of information. Confidentiality
Maintence of current knowledge and new additions to ones profession through journals, courses, and workshops. Continuing Education
Medicaid procedure not generally considered to be proven by conventional scientific methods. Alternative medicine
One or more parts taken from a system. Samples
Performance of procedures in various locations. Decentralization
Portion of a body fluid or tissue taken for examination such as an aliquot of plasma or serum. Specimens
Process by which a program or institution documents meeting established guidelines. Accreditation
Puncture or incision into the vein to obtain blood. Phlebotomy
The amount of distance between two people when communicating. Zone of comfort
The integration of language, customs, beliefs, religion, and values. Cultural diversity
Created by: theboger03