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A. a. The system where patient transfers and discharges are tracked. (4)
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B. b. An example of an “emerging site of care” (5)
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C. c. A unique identifier frequently assigned when a patient enters a hospital
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D. d. A dashboard approach to identifying available beds in a facility (6)
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E. e. Application that could be used by a nurse to order a consultation. (3)
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F. f. Defined in the meaningful use criteria as the ability to send an accurate and understandable prescription directly to a pharmacy (1)
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G. g. Providing a user with too much unfocused data can actually increase ______________ (2)
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  1. Latent or “silent errors” in HIT are those that:
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  1. How could HIT help to “unstick” those who are stuck in thinking?
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4.  Fill a)slip b-comiision c-mistakes d-an error
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B. a.) Commission
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C. a.) Mistakes
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D. a.) Omission
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  1. In the assigned reading by Ash, Berg, & Coeira (2004) when a “U.K. hospital supplanted the telephoning of results by laboratory staff with installation of a results-reporting system in an emergency department and on the medical admissions ward, the results were devastating: ‘‘The results from 1,443/3,228 (45%) of urgent requests from accident and emergency and 529/ 1836 (29%) from the admissions ward were never accessed via the ward terminal. . . . In up to 43/1,443 (3%) of the accident and emergency test results that were never looked at, the findings might have led to an immediate change in patient management.” Why did this happen?
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  1. A computer, used in healthcare can
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  1. Which of the following is an advantage of electronic health records compared to paper records?
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  1. Which of the following terms describes the practices a provider employs to protect patients’ privacy rights?
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  1. Which of the following terms refers to the specific safeguards or controls that are put in place to ensure the confidentiality of patient data?
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  1. Which of the following security management system standards is specific to the health care sector?
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  1. EPHI is a common acronym in health care, which stands for:
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  1. Which of the following is NOT typically used to categorize types of security safeguards?
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  1. Which of the following is NOT part of the Security Management Process?
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  1. Which of the following is an example of a workstation as defined in the HIPAA Security Rule?
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  1. Before sending unneeded computer equipment containing EPHI away for surplus or resale, you should:
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  1. Which of the following is an example of two-factor authentication?
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17.  A small single provider health care clinic is more likely to implement a custom-built HIT system than to acquire an off-the-shelf product to meet a particular health care need.
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18.  1.Name the four general processes that make up the software development lifecycle. Answers: Planning and Analysis, Design, Implementation, Support/Evaluation
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19.  3. Which of the following activities highlighted in this unit is likely to be a part of 2 or more phases of the systems development process?
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20.  4.Why is it important to have a vision for how a proposed HIT system will impact and be used within a health care organization? Answer: A vision for an HIT system should support the goals and mission of the organization, ensuring that the HIT system implementation helps the organization achieve its goals.  The vision also feeds the analysis of HIT systems and determination of required features, ensuring that the needs of the organization, rather than the features of proposed solutions, drives the choice and implementation of a solution.
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21.  5. What is another term used to describe “business process modeling?” Answer: user needs analysis
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22.  6.Which of the following is NOT part of business process analysis?
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23.  7. List three (3) potential improvements to health care that an HIT system implementation could generally be expected to enable, over existing paper-based processes. Possible answers: a. Simplify existing workflows (improving efficiency) b. Improving the accessibility of health care information to patients c. Improving the safety of care d. Enabling improved documentation, and more comprehensive documentation of care e. Allow for the delegation of tasks to make most efficient use of provider and staff time.
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24.  8. Why is it important to include a “practice” version of a new HIT system during the implementation phase? Answer: A “practice” version of the system can be used as part of the training plan for the organization, allowing for a safe environment for staff of the organization to learn how to use the new system without negatively impacting the functioning of the production system.
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  1. Which is NOT an important step in creating a testing strategy?
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26.  The procedure for sign-off for testing activities identifies the person who will manage defects in the project
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27.  End user testing is best suited for less-experienced staff and should represent a cross-section of the end-user environment.
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  1. The user acceptance testing phase of a project usually occurs immediately before:
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  1. Designing the test scenarios is best performed by:
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