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Ehr Final Exam

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EHR Final Exam
EHR Sanderson Chapters 4 - 7

  
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1.  A feature in Practice Partner that provides different search options for locating a patient's record.
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2.  A security feathure that limits access to information based on the type of information each user will need to view or modify.
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3.  A widely used format for documenting patient encounters.
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4.  A feature in Practice Partner that allows patients to view certain information from their chart via the Internet.
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5.  A feature in Practive Partner that offers providers a convenient view of important information at a glance.
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6.  Procedure codes that are used to represent the processes a physician performed in determining the best course of treatment for a patient.
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7.  Notes about a patient's medical condition that are made during or after a physician-patient encounter.
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8.  Permission to use and disclose information for uses other that treatment, payment, and operations.
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9.  Part of the Administrative Simplification provisions of HIPAA that provides protection for individually identifiable health information and grants certain rights to individuals in regard to their medical record.
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10.  Health care professionals and organizations that provide health care in the normal course of business and electronically transmit any information that is protected under HIPAA.
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11.  Part of the Administrative Simplification provisions of HIPAA that protects the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic health information.
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12.  The mechanisms required to protect electronic systems, equipment, and data from threats, environmental hazards and unauthorized intrusion.
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13.  Records that show who has accessed a computer or network and what operations were performed.
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14.  The release of protected health informationto an outside provider or organization.
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15.  Individually identifiable health information that is transmitted or maintained by electronic media or is transmitted or maintained in any other form or medium.
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16.  Safegaurds to protect PHI from being accidentally released to those who do not need access to the information during an appropriate use or disclosure.
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17.  The name of the Title II of HIPAA, which addresses the uniform transfer of electronic health care data as well as patient privacy protections.
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18.  The process of converting data into an unreadable format before it is distributed.
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19.  Limits access to patient information based on the user's role in an organization.
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20.  Information that neither identifies nor provides a reasonalble basis to indentify an individual.
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21.  Automated processes used to protect data and control access to data.
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22.  Policies and procedures designed to protect electronic health information.
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23.  Electronic version of a person's lifelong, comprehensive health record.
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24.  Health plans with high deductibles, low premiums, and tax-free savings accounts.
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25.  Information system not connected to another information system.
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26.  Information system attatched to another information system.
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27.  Website that allows patients to interact with provider or facility.
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28.  PHR that transfers information to and from multiple health information systems.
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29.  An application for health care providers to enter patient care orders.
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30.  Predefined groupings of standard orders for a condition, disease or procedures.
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31.  A log with information about a medication order.
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32.  A side effect or complication from a medication.
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33.  Times when patients move from one setting to another.
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34.  Process of obtaining and updating an accurate list of all of a patient's medications.
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35.  Applications that enable electronic tracking of medication administration at the bedside.
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36.  Safety ruled followed during the administration of medication.
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