Legal And Ethical Quiz

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1.  Which is not an advantage of a personal professional liability policy
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2.  Of the following scenarios, which would probably be considered battery
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B.
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D.
3.  In which case has informed consent not been obtained correctly
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B.
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D.
4.  Which of the following identifies a patient's strength
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D.
5.  If a policy was in effect from January 1, 1995, through December 31, 2000, and a liability claim was filed on June 23, 2002, what type of coverage could cover the claim, if purchased
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B.
C.
D.
6.  The declarations page of a policy would not include which of the following items
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C.
D.
7.  Consent is implied when
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B.
C.
D.
8.  Which of the following patients could probably receive a blood transusion without consent if the physician obtain a court order
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D.
9.  Which type of tort has at its essence the relationship to or ownership of the thing that causes harm
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D.
10.  The prime objective of obtaining liability coverage is to
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D.
11.  A claim on a liability policy might result from
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D.
12.  Sue is a nurse providing care for patient. in which of the follwoing situations is she not using the medical record according to the purposes of documentation
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13.  Consent is being sought for a patient to undergo chemotherapy. whicch of the following would not be considered a surrogate decision maker in the event that the patient is unable to consent
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B.
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D.
14.  Which of the following can include a living will and a medical durable power of attorney that designates a health care proxy, health careproxy, health care surrogate or health care respresentative
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B.
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D.
15.  Progress notes can be structured in several ways, including SOAP, PIE, and which of the following
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D.
16.  Which of the following is most likely considered a competent patient
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D.
17.  Many states have laws that permit minors, whether emancipated or not, to consent to treatment in which of the following situations
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18.  Using the SOAPIE format, which statement is an evaluation
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B.
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D.
19.  Which health care professional is bound to protect the confidentiality of the medical record
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D.
20.  Informed consent is related to what area of law
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D.
21.  The foundation of the law of the land is
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22.  Which of the following individuals is probably an independent contractor
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D.
23.  Dr sims is explaining the consent form to ms barber, who will undergo surgery next week. which of the following statements does not fulfill an informed consent disclosure requirement
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B.
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D.
24.  If a physician is being sued by a patient for the acts of medical assistant, which of the following applies
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B.
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D.
25.  Which of the following is primarily a criminal case
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B.
C.
D.
26.  Liability insurers are interested in whether individuals or facilities have ever had which of the following filed against them
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B.
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D.
27.  Which dovument does a competent patient sign to express his or her futre health care wishes to be carried out when he or she can no longer make such decisions
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B.
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D.
28.  Which of the followign is false about charting
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B.
C.
D.
29.  When there are disagreements about a claim-related accident, exclusions in an employer's liability policy can cause which of the following
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B.
C.
D.
30.  Which of the following statements about the checks and balances system is untrue
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D.
31.  Consent is implied in all of the following situations except
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B.
C.
D.
32.  Which of the following is not a result of the impact of the bill of rights on the health-care system
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B.
C.
D.
33.  the declarations page usually spells out which of the following espects of liability
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B.
C.
D.
34.  Which of the following is not an agency that can enact rules that become administrative law
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D.
35.  If an insurer pays a claim even though the physician contends that he or she was not at fault, the insurer may be exercising the right to
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B.
C.
D.
36.  The medical record used to determine whether health care professionals met obligations to patients and followed policies and guidelines, is considered which of the following
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B.
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D.
37.  A person comes into the emergency room complaining of chest pain. while the doctor is examining the paitent, the patient becomes inconscious. the physician performs life-saving measures to treat the patient. the physician determines that the patient needs emergency surgery or will definitely die. the patient is rushed to surgery. this is an example of:
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B.
C.
D.
38.  Which of the following is a situation in which the goal of law is not accurately portrayed?
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B.
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D.
39.  Several people sue a physician for medical professional liability over the course of one year, such that the limits of the policy are exceeded. What type of coverage may cover amounts over the limit of the regular policy
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D.
40.  The individual who brings a case to court is the
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D.
41.  Which state does not have roots in english common law
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D.
42.  The statement, "the information is true, but it is information that a person wants to keep private," likely pertains to
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D.
43.  Which of the following is not among the major intentional torts
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B.
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D.
44.  Which of the following issues would not appear in an institution's policy on use of restraints
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B.
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D.
45.  If a man enters surgery to have his left leg amputated and leaves surgery with his right leg amputated, which latin term of law applies
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B.
C.
D.
46.  Use of retraint on a nursing home patient who is constantly wandering the halls is an example of
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B.
C.
D.
47.  Provisions in a policy usually allow an insurer to cancel or refuse to do which of the following with respect to the policy
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B.
C.
D.
48.  Which of the following would be classified as a special circumstance with regard  to consent
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D.
49.  The primary purpose of a medical record is to
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C.
D.
50.  Which legal problem involving medical records does a nurse face if she dispensed medicaiton of the basis of incorrect lab results
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D.
51.  During which of the following surgeries would it be reasonable for a physician to remove the organ mentioned without specific consent
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C.
D.
52.  What should be the motivation of a surrogate decision maker when considering removing life prolonging treatment from a patient
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D.
53.  Using the SOAP format, which of the following is objective data
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D.
54.  All the cases below would be considered a civil case except
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D.
55.  Which of the following statements should not be used on an incident report
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B.
C.
D.
56.  The patient that expresses his or her wishes in writing with regard to medical treatment offers the following
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D.
57.  Patients who want their physician to decide what is best for them with regard to medical decision making and waive their right to informed consent sign a:
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D.
58.  What is the best way to notify an insurer if a claim has been made against an insured person or facility
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B.
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D.
59.  Which of the following claims would probably be excluded from a professional liability policy
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B.
C.
D.
60.  The general rule regarding competency states that a person is presumed to be competent unless there is a valid reason to believe otherwise. which of the following patients might not be competent
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D.
61.  When a court has jurisdiction over property or a thing itself, rather than over the people involved, the type of jurisdiction is called:
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D.
62.  What law prohibits the performance of any sort of experimental treatment for purposes of research without the express written consent of the patient or the patient's surragate decision maker
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D.
63.  A health-care professional who believs that an unconscious patient should receive a certain treatment but knows that the patient's religious beliefs prohibit such treatment faces
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C.
D.
64.  As a result of increased use of computers in the health-care setting, the following was established to decrease the potential for breach of confidentiatlity
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B.
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D.
65.  An example of in personam jurisdiction is
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D.
66.  Quasi-intentional torts include all the following except
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D.
67.  If the insurer determines that individuals not named int he claim played a role in the incident that led to the filing, the insurer may exercise the right of
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B.
C.
D.
68.  Which of the follwoing is not an advantage of electronic charting
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B.
C.
D.
69.  What is the best reason to carry a personal professional liability policy
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D.
70.  Which of the following is not an exception to the duty of disclosure
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D.
71.  A policy was in effect from July 1, 1979, through August 31, 1995. a claim was made on the policy on October 24, 1998, related to an incident that happened while coverage was in force. which type of policy is most likely to cover the claim
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B.
C.
D.
72.  The supreme court hears cases from courts with what jurisdiction
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D.
73.  In which of the following situations would a medical facility probably avoid false imprisionment charges
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B.
C.
D.
74.  Using the SOAP format, which of the followign is an assessment
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B.
C.
D.
75.  Which of the following statements regarding individual liability insurance policies is correct
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B.
C.
D.
76.  Which type of consent is necessary to help health-care workers avoid accusations of battery
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B.
C.
D.
77.  A patient comes to a medical office and demands that she be given her medical record. which of these statements is false in this situation
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B.
C.
D.
78.  Liability policies usually require annual payment of which of the following
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C.
D.
79.  In which of the following situations could sexual activity with a patient be acceptable
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C.
D.
80.  Ich of the following are disadvantages of electronic charting
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D.
81.  All dying patients are guaranteed the right to
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D.
82.  Which of the following SOAP methods is much more organized than the obsolete narrative format
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D.
83.  If a judge decides a case on the basis of findings of a previous court in a similar case, which latin term applies
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C.
D.
84.  When facilities wish to document care given to patients in restraints, neurological assessments, and vital signs, health care professionals may use which of the following
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B.
C.
D.
85.  If a defendant is asked, "what did you see just before you stopped your car to help the victims of the car wreck?" what situation likely is involved?
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B.
C.
D.
86.  Which charting guideline applies when the health care professional dcuments that the patient is receivign phone calls that seem to result in emotional reactions or fear
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B.
C.
D.
87.  Placing a person in immediate fear or apprehension of a harmful touching without his or her consent is
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B.
C.
D.
88.  Which of the following can be transferred
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D.
89.  Which of the following is true about a malpractice case
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B.
C.
D.
90.  Which of the following would not be considered a tort
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B.
C.
D.
91.  Which of the following cases could be sent from the district court to the appellate court
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B.
C.
D.
92.  Which branch of government developed the source of law that implemented the medicaid and medicare amendments to the social security act of 1965
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D.
93.  Which of the following is an abbreviated lsiting of the care elements specific to the patient
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B.
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D.
94.  A written statement of defamatin is known as
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D.
95.  All of the following are components of the medical record except
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D.
96.  Most physicians' offices carry a liability policy. which of these individuals would not be covered under the policy
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B.
C.
D.
97.  Which of the following scenarios is not in line with the foundation of informed consent doctrine
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B.
C.
D.
98.  A 45 year old female patient had lumps in her breast since 1996. she was diagnosed with breat cancer in 1998 after being advised at every medical checkup, beginning in 1990k, to have annual mammograms. every checkup discussion included the risks of not having the mommograms, as she was considered a high risk patient. she had a mammogram on 1990 and again in 1992. she has brought a medical professinal liablity suit against her physician because she says he should have diagnosed the lumps in 1996. what principle may cause the paitent to lose her case
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D.
99.  When the us supreme court decises a case, it is binding to
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100.  Taising a hand to strike a patient, even if the patient was not touched, can be considered
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D.
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