1. Which one of the following statements is true?
B. Professional standards can determine if negligence has occurred
2. The major trend in health care today is characterized by
B. ambulatory care
3. The Canada Health Act was passed in what year?
4. The process of mummification was thought to help advance medicine because B. removal of organs helped Egyptians study anatomy
5. When did physicians became responsible for patient medical records? C. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
6. Coder play an important role in
C. reimbursement and research
7. Court-awarded compensation for humiliation suffered through professional negligence is an example of a ______ damage. B. pecuniary
8. Which one of the following is not an example of a nontraditional health information technology setting? A. Clinic
9. The term "universal" in the Canada Health Act means that
C. all residents of a given province are covered under that province's health care plan.
10. Managed care and cost containment shape the health care industry by placing more emphasis on C. limiting unnecessary services
11. As a health information management technician, why is a thorough understanding of medical terminology important? A. you may be analyzing medical information regularly
12. The overall responsibility of health information management professionals is C. ensuring the quality and accuracy of health information
13. Combining two or more segments of the industry to deliver the best care, at the most cost-effective rate, in the best setting refers to a/an B. integrated delivery system
14. The view that a patient is an "independent actor" is known as B. autonomy
15. How are professional credentials usually maintained?
A. By completing a continuing education cycle
16. A new technology that will change the role of the transcriptionist is A. speech recognition
17. _____ means positive qualities and character traits that determine how you...
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