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Health Information Management Technology 4th Edition by Sayles

 

Review Quiz

Instructions: For each item, complete the statement correctly or choose the most appropriate answer.

 

  1. The first professional association for health information managers was established in:
    1. 1900
    2. 1905
    3. 1928
    4. 1970

 

  1. The hospital standardization program was started by the American College of Surgeons in:
    1. 1900
    2. 1905
    3. 1918
    4. 1928

 

  1. The formal approval process for academic programs in health information management is called:
    1. Accreditation
    2. Certification
    3. Registration
    4. Standardization

 

  1. The formal process for conferring a health information management credential is called:
    1. Accreditation
    2. Certification
    3. Registration
    4. Standardization

 

  1. Which of the following are elected to their positions by AHIMA members?
    1. AHIMA Board of Directors
    2. Members of the Council on Certification
    3. Members of the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education
    4. All of the above

 

  1. Which of the following functions as the legislative body of AHIMA?
    1. AHIMA Board of Directors
    2. AHIMA Commission on Certification for Health Informatics and Information Management
    3. AHIMA House of Delegates
    4. AHIMA Foundation

 

  1. Which of the following make up a virtual network of AHIMA members?
    1. AHIMA Board of Directors
    2. AHIMA Council on Certification
    3. AHIMA Communities of Practice
    4. AHIMA House of Delegates

 

  1. Which of the following is an arm of AHIMA that promotes education and research in health information management?
    1. AHIMA Board of Directors
    2. AHIMA CAHIIM
    3. AHIMA Foundation
    4. AHIMA Commission on Certification for Health Informatics and Information Management

 

  1. Which of the following best describes the mission of the AHIMA?
    1. Community of professionals providing support to members and strengthening the industry and profession
    2. Community of professionals whose major purpose is lobbying Congress to change laws
    3. Community of credentialed members who monitor the credentialing process
    4. Community of credentialed members whose purpose is to ensure jobs for their members

 

  1. Which professional organization sponsors the CTR certification?
    1. AHIMA
    2. NCRA
    3. AAPC
    4. Community College Consortia


Test Bank

with Key

Instructions: For each item, complete the statement correctly or choose the most appropriate answer.

 

  1. The primary function of the American Health Information Management Association is to:
  2. Ensure that accurate and complete medical records are written for every hospital patient
  3. Standardize the content and format of the health records maintained by acute and emergency care facilities
  4. Promote the accuracy, confidentiality, and accessibility of health records in every healthcare setting
  1. Provide support for two- and four-year health information management educational programs

 

  1. The primary goal of the Hospital Standardization Program was:
  2. Raise the standards of surgical practice
  3. Train physicians and nurses for American hospitals
  4. Standardize the educational curricula of American medical schools
  5. Force substandard hospitals to close

 

  1. Which of the following activities is not a traditional medical records function?
  2. Forms control
  3. Quantitative analysis
  4. Productivity monitoring
  5. Data administration

 

  1. The only requirements for professional certification through the AHIMA are graduating from an accredited two-year or four-year educational program.
  2. Yes
  3. No

 

  1. Which of the following is true about the AHIMA certification program?
  2. The eligibility requirements for all credentials are the same.
  3. Candidates must pass an examination before obtaining any of the credentials.
  4. Candidates must be college graduates before they can obtain any of the credentials.
  5. Candidates must have work experience and pass a certification exam before they can obtain any of the credentials.

 

 

  1. Which of the following classes of AHIMA membership requires that individuals hold an AHIMA credential?
  2. Active membership
  3. Associate membership
  4. Student membership
  5. Honorary membership

 

  1. Which of the following entities are at the head of the AHIMA volunteer structure and hold responsibility for managing the property, affairs, and operations of AHIMA?
  2. House of Delegates
  3. Board of Directors
  4. Communities of Practice
  5. Component state associations

 

  1. The accreditation program of AHIMA is concerned with:
  2. Establishing standards for the content of college programs in HIT and HIM
  3. Making sure that AHIMA has good certification examinations
  4. Ensuring that AHIMA manages its property and affairs appropriately
  5. Establishing policies and procedures to be followed by the Communities of Practice

 

  1. The new opportunity for HIM professionals that deals with data repositories and data warehouses is:
  2. Health information manager
  3. Clinical data specialist
  4. Enterprise content and information manager
  5. Data resource administrator

 

  1. The _______makes up a virtual network of AHIMA members who communicate via a web-based program managed by AHIMA.
    1. Board of Directors
    2. Communities of Practice
    3. Commission on Certification for Health Informatics and Information Management
    4. House of Delegates

 

 

  1. Which of the following accredits academic programs in health information management?
    1. AHIMA Board of Directors
    2. CAHIIM
    3. CCHIIM
    4. House of Delegates

 

  1. Members of the AHIMA House of Delegates are:
    1. Appointed by the AHIMA Board of Directors
    2. Elected by the AHIMA Board of Directors
    3. Elected by members in state component organizations
    4. Elected by the AHIMA Nominating Committee

 

  1. Who is responsible for final approval of the AHIMA Code of Ethics?
  2. AHIMA Board of Directors
  3. AHIMA Commission on Certification for Health Informatics and Information Management
  4. AHIMA Ethics Committee
  5. AHIMA House of Delegates

 

  1. Which of the following actively promotes education and research in health information management?
    1. Commission on Certification for Health Informatics and Information Management
    2. CAHIIM
    3. AHIMA Foundation
    4. House of Delegates

 

  1. Which organizations goal is centered on health information technology?
  2. HIMSS
  3. AHDI
  4. AHIMA
  5. AAPC

Review Quiz

Instructions: For each item, complete the statement correctly or choose the most appropriate

answer.

 

  1. Which type of standard is required of hospitals by states prior to providing any healthcare?
  2. Accreditation
  3. Certification
  4. Licensure
  5. Medical staff bylaws

 

  1. Which of the following clinical data elements is not usually documented in the acute care health record?
  2. Clinical observations
  3. Discharge information
  4. Medical history
  5. Records of immunizations

 

  1. Which of the following is not a function of the discharge summary?
  2. Providing information about the patients insurance coverage
  3. Ensuring the continuity of future care
  4. Providing information to support the activities of the medical staff review committee
  5. Providing concise information that can be used to answer information requests

 

  1. Results of a urinalysis and all blood tests performed would be found in what part of a healthcare record?
  2. Autopsy report
  3. Laboratory findings
  4. Pathology report
  5. Surgical report

 

  1. Which of the following would not be considered clinical data?
  2. Progress notes
  3. Physician orders
  4. Admission diagnosis
  5. Name of insurance company

 

  1. Which of the following federal laws resulted in the new privacy regulations for healthcare organizations?
  2. Health Information Access and Disclosure Act
  3. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  4. Patient Self-Determination Act
  5. Social Security Act

 

  1. Which of the following includes names of the surgeon and assistants, date, duration, and description of the procedure and any specimens removed?
  2. Operative report
  3. Anesthesia report
  4. Pathology report
  5. Laboratory report

 

  1. Which of the following materials is not documented in an emergency care record?
  2. Patients instructions at discharge
  3. Time and means of the patients arrival
  4. Patients complete medical history
  5. Emergency care administered before arrival at the facility

 

  1. Which of the following types of facility is not generally governed by long-term care documentation standards?
  2. Subacute care facilities
  3. Assisted living facilities
  4. Skilled nursing facilities
  5. Nursing facilities

 

  1. Which of the following specialized patient assessment tools must be used by Medicare-certified home care providers?
  2. Patient assessment instrument
  3. Minimum data set for long term care
  4. Resident Assessment Protocol
  5. Outcomes and Assessment Information Set

 

  1. Which regulations are most commonly applied in end-stage renal disease treatment?
  2. Medicare Conditions for Coverage
  3. Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
  4. Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare
  5. Joint Commission

 

  1. Which of the following statements is not true of the process that should be followed in making corrections in paper-based health record entries?
  2. The correction should be dated and signed or initialed.
  3. The reason for the change should be noted.
  4. The incorrect information should be obliterated.
  5. The word error should be noted on the entry.

 

  1. Which of the following types of healthcare facilities may seek accreditation from the Joint Commission?
  2. Acute-care hospitals
  3. Psychiatric hospitals
  4. Home care providers
  5. Ambulatory care organizations
  6. All of the above
  7. The federal Conditions of Participation apply to which type of healthcare organization?
  8. Organizations that are accredited
  9. Organizations that treat Medicare or Medicaid patients
  10. Organizations that provide acute care services
  11. Organizations that are subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

 

  1. Which of the following is not a traditional health record format?
  2. Integrated health record
  3. Problem-oriented health record
  4. Source-oriented health record
  5. Process-oriented health record

 

  1. Which health record format is most commonly used by healthcare settings as they transition to electronic records?
  2. Integrated records
  3. Problem-oriented records
  4. Hybrid records
  5. Paper records

 

  1. Which of the following is an example of administrative information?
  2. An admitting diagnosis
  3. Blood pressure records
  4. Medication records
  5. The patients address

 

  1. The health record contains the statement: The patient will be placed on IV antibiotics and blood cultures will be taken. This statement is:
  2. Subjective
  3. Objective
  4. Assessment
  5. Plan

 

  1. Acute allergic reaction would be documented in which part of a SOAP note?
  2. Subjective
  3. Objective
  4. Assessment
  5. Plan

 

  1. What is the end result of a review process that shows voluntary compliance with guidelines of an external, non-profit organization?
  2.          Certification
  3.          Licensure
  4.          Accreditation
  5.          Deemed status
  6. Progress notes of physicians, nurses, therapists and other authorized individuals would be found together in chronological sequence in a(an) ________ paper record.
  7.          Integrated
  8.          Source-oriented
  9.          Problem-oriented
  10.          Hybrid

 

  1. 22. Which part of a medical history documents the nature and duration of the symptoms that caused a patient to seek medical attention as stated in that patients own words?
  2. Present illness
  3. Social and personal history
  4. Past medical history
  5. Chief complaint

 

  1. Which of the following creates a chronological report of the patients condition and response to treatment during a hospital stay?
  2. Physical examination
  3. Physician order
  4. Progress notes
  5. Medical history

 

  1. Which of the following determines who can receive and transcribe verbal orders?
  2.          Accreditation standards
  3.          Certification regulations
  4.          Medical staff bylaws
  5.          Licensure standards


Test Bank

with Key

Instructions: For each item, complete the statement correctly or choose the most appropriate answer.

 

  1. Which of the following is not usually a component of acute care patient records?
  2. Medical history
  3. Nurse assessment
  4. Problem list
  5. Progress notes

 

  1. The attending physician is responsible for which of the following types of acute- care documentation?
  2. Consultation report
  3. Discharge summary
  4. Laboratory report
  5. Pathology report

 

  1. A nurse is responsible for which of the following types of acute care documentation?
  2. Operative report
  3. Medication record
  4. Radiology report
  5. Therapy assessment

 

  1. Which of the following is an example of clinical data?
  2. Admitting diagnosis
  3. Date and time of admission
  4. Insurance information
  5. Health record number

 

  1. The number of ligatures, sutures, packs, drains, and sponges used and specimens removed would be found in the:
  2. Anesthesia report
  3. Progress notes
  4. Operative report
  5. Recovery room report

 

  1. Which type of specialized record includes care provided prior to arrival at a healthcare setting and times and means of arrival?
  2. Ambulatory care record
  3. Emergency care record
  4. Ambulatory surgery record
  5. Pediatric record

 

  1. Documentation standards and guidelines are published by a variety of private and public organizations, including the:
  2. Joint Commission
  3. American Health Information Management Association
  4. National Committee for Quality Assurance
  5. All of the above

 

  1. Which of the following is true of computer-based records?
  2. Is usually supported by all healthcare providers
  3. Can be accessed by multiple end users simultaneously
  4. Uses clear, consistent content standards
  5. Permits minimal risks to healthcare privacy and security

 

  1. Which of the following represents documentation of the patients current and past health status?
  2. Physical exam
  3. Medical history
  4. Physician orders
  5. Patient consent

 

  1. Which of the following contains the physicians findings based on an examination of the patient?
  2. Physical exam
  3. Discharge summary
  4. Medical history
  5. Patient instructions

 

  1. What is the function of a consultation report?
  2. Provides a chronological summary of the patients medical history and illness
  3. Documents opinions about the patients condition from the perspective of a physician not previously involved in the patients care
  4. Concisely summarizes the patients treatment and stay in the hospital.
  5. Documents the physicians instructions to other parties involved in providing care to a patient

 

  1. What is the function of physicians orders?
  2. To provide a chronological summary of the patients illness and treatment
  3. To document the patients current and past health status
  4. To document the physicians instructions to other parties involved in providing care to a patient
  5. To document the providers instructions for follow-up care given to the patient or patients caregiver

 

 

  1. Which of the following is an example of an advance directive?
  2. Living will
  3. Authorization to disclose information
  4. Notice of privacy practices
  5. Patients bill of rights

 

  1. In a medical history, which of the following is a detailed chronological description of the development of the patients illness?
  2. Chief complaint
  3. Present illness
  4. Past medical history
  5. Review of systems

 

  1. Patient history questionnaires are most often used in:
  2. Long-term care
  3. Rehabilitative care
  4. Home healthcare
  5. Ambulatory care

 

  1. Which of the following represents the attending physicians assessment of the patients current health status?
  2. Physical examination
  3. Medical history
  4. Progress notes
  5. Discharge summary

 

  1. Which of the following is not an example of a long-term care setting?
  2. Assisted living facilities
  3. Nursing homes
  4. Community mental health centers
  5. Subacute care organizations

 

  1. An RAI/MDS and care plan are found in records of patients in:
  2. Home healthcare
  3. Long-term care
  4. Behavioral healthcare
  5. Rehabilitative care

 

 

  1. In which setting may treatment records travel with the patient between treatment centers?
  2. Ambulatory care
  3. Behavioral healthcare
  4. Correctional facility care
  5. Long-term care

 

  1. Documentation of genetic information, immunizations, hospitalizations, surgeries, medications, and personal, family, occupational and environmental histories are maintained over a lifetime in what type of record?
  2. Correctional facility health record
  3. End-stage renal disease record
  4. Long-term care record
  5. Personal health record

 

  1. Which type of patient care record includes documentation of a family bereavement period?
  2. Hospice record
  3. Home health record
  4. Long-term care record
  5. Ambulatory care record

 

  1. When correcting erroneous information in a paper health record, which of the following is not appropriate?
  2. Print error above the entry.
  3. Enter the correction in chronological sequence.
  4. Add the reason for the change.
  5. Use black pen to obliterate the entry.

 

  1. Which accrediting organization has instituted unannounced surveys and requires submission of annual performance reviews?
  2. Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare
  3. Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
  4. American Osteopathic Association
  5. Joint Commission

 

  1. Documentation of aides who assist a patient with activities of daily living, bathing, laundry, and cleaning would be found in which type of specialty record?
  2. Home health
  3. Behavioral health
  4. End-stage renal disease
  5. Rehabilitative care

 

  1. Which of the following groups is the primary accreditation organization for facilities that treat individuals who have functional disabilities?
  2. American Osteopathic Organization
  3. Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
  4. Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare
  5. Joint Commission

 

  1. Which of the following is an advantage of paper-based records?
  2. Easy to update
  3. Standardized familiar format
  4. Duplicates commonly maintained
  5. Resists damage

 

  1. Which type of health record is designed to measure clinical outcomes, collect data at the point of care, and provide medical alerts?
  2. Paper record
  3. Hybrid record
  4. Electronic record
  5. Problem-oriented record

 

  1. The patient indicates that she is dizzy, nauseous, and feels her throat tightening. This entry would be recorded in which section of a SOAP note?
  2. Subjective
  3. Objective
  4. Assessment
  5. Plan

 

  1. What is the general name for Medicare standards impacting healthcare organizations?
  2. Conditions of Participation
  3. Regulations for Licensure
  4. Requirements for Service
  5. Terms of Accreditation

 

  1. Which of the following organizations drafted more than 130 functional standards for electronic health records?
  2. Health Level Seven (HL7)
  3. International Standards Organization
  4. American Health Information Management Association
  5. National Library of Medicine

Review Quiz

Instructions: For each item, complete the statement correctly or choose the most appropriate answer.

 

  1. Which of the following statements best describes an integrated delivery system?
  2. A system of healthcare delivery that influences or controls utilization of services and costs of services.
  3. A group of healthcare organizations that collectively provides a full range of coordinated health-related services.
  4. A healthcare system that contracts directly with physicians in an independent practice or with one or more multispecialty group practices.
  5. A healthcare system made up of two or more hospitals that are owned by the same organization.

 

  1. Where was the first hospital organized in the British colonies of North America?
  2. Baltimore
  3. New York City
  4. Philadelphia
  5. Boston

 

  1. What was the primary objective of the original Social Security Act, which became law in 1935?
  2. Provide healthcare insurance for the elderly
  3. Finance the construction of new hospitals and the modernization of existing facilities
  4. Provide retirement income to the elderly
  5. Provide supplementary income to the disabled

 

  1. Why was the American Medical Association established?
  2. Represent the interests of physicians across the country
  3. Standardize the curriculum for US medical schools
  4. Develop state licensure systems
  5. Close most of the existing medical schools to address the problem of oversupply

 

  1. Which of the following occupations is not usually considered to be an allied health profession?
  2. Dietitian
  3. Physical therapist
  4. Emergency medical technician
  5. Surgeon

 

  1. Under which president was legislation on national health insurance passed?
  2. Harry Truman
  3. Bill Clinton
  4. Franklin Roosevelt
  5. Lyndon Johnson

 

  1. Which of the following best describes the Medicaid program?
  2. Provides healthcare benefits for people aged 65 and older
  3. Provides healthcare benefits to low-income persons and their children
  4. Authorizes states to construct new hospitals
  5. Requires extensive changes in the Medicare program

 

  1. Individuals who receive acute-care services in a hospital are considered what?
  2. Ambulatory care patients
  3. Outpatients
  4. Inpatients
  5. Long-term care patients

 

  1. Hospitals can be classified by which of the following?
  2. Type of services provided
  3. Type of ownership
  4. Number of beds
  5. All of the above

 

  1. Which of the following defines a hospitals mission statement?
  2. Describes the organizations purpose and the customers it serves
  3. Describes the organizations ideal future
  4. Describes the organizations fundamental principles
  5. Describes the organizations legal and licensing requirements

 

  1. In almost every hospital, the largest clinical department in terms of staffing, budget, specialized services offered, and clinical expertise required is which of the following?
  2. Diagnostic services
  3. Patient care services
  4. Occupational therapy services
  5. Rehabilitation services

 

  1. What is the goal of managed care?
  2. Manage cost, quality, and access to care
  3. Manage peer review efforts
  4. Manage Medicare and Medicaid programs
  5. Manage the accreditation process

 

  1. Which is the best definition of ambulatory surgery?
  2. Any surgical procedure that is done in an emergency department
  3. Any surgical procedure that does not require an overnight stay in a hospital
  4. Any surgical procedure that is done on a patient who is brought to the hospital in an ambulance
  5. Any surgical procedure that is performed in a surgicenter

 

  1. Why are home healthcare services the fastest-growing sector of Medicare?
  2. Because patients prefer to receive care at home
  3. Because of the impact of recent Medicare legislation
  4. Because of increased economic pressure from third-party payers
  5. Because hospitals prefer to send patients home early

 

  1. The VA hospital system was originally established to provide hospital, nursing home, residential, and outpatient medical and dental care to the veterans of which war?
  2. World War II
  3. Korean War
  4. Vietnam War
  5. World War I

 

  1. Which of the following statements best describes Medicare?
  2. State program that finances healthcare services for the elderly
  3. Federal program that finances healthcare services for the elderly
  4. State program that finances healthcare services for low-income families
  5. Federal program that finances healthcare services for low-income families

 


Test Bank

With Key

Instructions: For each item, complete the statement correctly or choose the most appropriate answer.

 

  1. Which of the following historical events had the most influence on the US governments role in financing healthcare delivery?
  2. Great Depression
  3. World War I
  4. World War II
  5. Civil War

 

  1. What federal legislation provides funding for the implementation of nationwide health information exchange?
  2. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
  3. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
  4. Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1990
  5. Health Quality Improvement Act of 1986

 

  1. Which of the following recent developments has not had a significant influence on the US healthcare delivery system?
  2. Growth of managed care
  3. Emphasis on patient-focused care
  4. Shortage of well-trained physicians
  5. Growth of subacute care

 

  1. What is the primary goal of integrated healthcare delivery systems?
  2. Ensure that every hospital that is part of an integrated delivery system is equipped to meet all of its patients needs
  3. Ensure that patients receive high-quality, cost-effective care in the most appropriate setting
  4. Ensure that every American has equal access to healthcare services
  5. Ensure that healthcare-related information can be shared among all the facilities operating in the same community

 

  1. I had surgery this morning. My surgery only lasted 30 minutes and I was ready to leave the facility 2 hours later. I must have had my surgery at which type of facility?
  2. Freestanding ambulatory care center
  3. Freestanding ambulatory surgery center
  4. Subacute care
  5. Integrated delivery system

 

  1. I started a new job. I have several choices for my health insurance. I want a managed care plan so my obvious choice is:
  2. Health savings account
  3. Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  4. TRICARE
  5. Preferred provider organization

 

 

  1. Which of the following factor(s) may be considered in classifying the various types of hospitals?
  2. Type of services provided
  3. For-profit or not-for-profit status
  4. Type of ownership
  5. All of the above

 

  1. I started a new job. I have several choices for my health insurance. I want one with a high deductible and more control over how my money is spent. I should consider which of the following?
  2. Health savings account
  3. Health maintenance organization
  4. TRICARE
  5. Preferred provider organization

 

  1. Which of the following pieces of federal legislation did not have a significant effect on the American healthcare system?
  2. Public Law 98-21 of 1983
  3. Public Law 89-97 of 1965
  4. The Social Security Act of 1935
  5. The Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982

 

  1. What was the main result of the publication of the Flexner report?
  2. Medical school standards were established.
  3. Nursing school standards were established.
  4. Hospital standards were established.
  5. Health information management standards were established.

 

  1. Which organization developed the first hospital standardization program?
  2. Joint Commission
  3. American Osteopathic Association
  4. American College of Surgeons
  5. American Association of Medical Colleges

 

  1. Which of the following can be defined as a voluntary system of institutional review in which a quasi independent body periodically evaluates the quality of the services provided by healthcare organizations against written criteria?
  2. Accreditation
  3. Standardization
  4. Licensure
  5. Professionalization

 

 

  1. Which federal legislation enacted the Medicare and Medicaid programs?
  2. Public Law 92-603 of 1972
  3. Public Law 89-97 of 1965
  4. Public Law 98-21 of 1983
  5. Utilization Review Act of 1977

 

  1. Which of the following best describes the Medicaid program?
  2. Provides healthcare benefits for people aged 65 and older
  3. Provides healthcare benefits to low-income persons and their children
  4. Authorizes states to construct new hospitals
  5. Requires extensive changes in the Medicare program

 

  1. Which of the following statements best describes Medicaid?
  2. State program that finances healthcare services for the elderly
  3. Federal program that finances healthcare services for the elderly
  4. State program that finances healthcare services for low-income families
  5. Federal program that finances healthcare services for low-income families

 

  1. Which governmental entity (entities) administer(s) the Medicaid program?
  2. Federal government
  3. State governments
  4. County governments
  5. Peer review organizations

 

  1. Which of the following types of healthcare organizations are privately owned; that is, which of the following healthcare organizations pay out their excess revenues in the form of bonuses and dividends to managers, owners, and investors?
  2. Not-for-profit hospitals
  3. Voluntary hospitals
  4. For-profit hospitals
  5. Government hospitals

 

  1. Which of the following would be categorized as voluntary hospitals?
  2. US Air Force hospitals
  3. University hospitals
  4. Investor-owned hospitals
  5. Proprietary hospitals

 

  1. Who is primarily responsible for setting the overall direction of an acute-care hospital?
  2. Chief executive officer
  3. Medical staff
  4. Board of directors
  5. Organizations stockholders
  6. Which of the following refers to the organization of physicians according to clinical assignment?
  7. Medical staff classification
  8. Medical staff bylaws
  9. Medical staff credentialing
  10. Case management

 

  1. Which of the following dictates how the medical staff operates?
  2. Medical staff classification
  3. Medical staff bylaws
  4. Medical staff credentialing
  5. Medical staff committees

 

  1. Who is responsible for implementing the policies and strategic direction of the hospital or healthcare organization and for building an effective executive management team?
  2. Board of directors
  3. Chief executive officer
  4. Chief information officer
  5. Chief of staff

 

  1. Accountable care organizations were initiated from what law?
  2. Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990
  3. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
  4. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
  5. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010

 

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