Legal And Ethical Quiz Part 2

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1.  The role of the allied health professional as explained in this chapter is which of the following
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2.  Mediation allows participants to discuss conflicts, with expectations of confentiality in which of the follwoign types of environment
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B.
C.
D.
3.  The reason that most people enter the health care field is grounded in the principle of
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D.
4.  Andrea has been told by no fewer than three patients that they have received notice from their insurance companies.  these notices stated that claims were filed from the office for service dates on which the patients are sure they did not visit the physician. andrea is concerned and decides to investigate the patient charts. which approach to a bioethical dilemma is she using
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B.
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D.
5.  Laws exist to protect patient privacy and avoid which of the follwoign unauthorized activities
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D.
6.  Nonverbal communication can take the form of all of the follwoing except
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C.
D.
7.  Which of the follwoing is a patients compensation for injuries that he or she has sustained
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B.
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D.
8.  Allied health professionals can avoid negligence by conducting themselves in which of the following ways when providing patient services
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B.
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D.
9.  Which of the following medical assistants might be exposing himself or herself to liablity
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B.
C.
D.
10.  Which of the following is not an advantage of alternative dispute resolution
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B.
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D.
11.  Which of the following is the process by which a person conveys his or her needs, wants, feelings, ideas through verbal or nonverbal means
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D.
12.  Actions that show respect for human dignity, such as being honest and putting the patient first, reflect which of the follwoing principles
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D.
13.  The process by which a neutral third party facilitates dispute resolution is called
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D.
14.  Which of the following is not one of the usual stages of mediation
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D.
15.  Allied health professionals are liable for which of the following of their actions that cause injurty to patients
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16.  The health care facitlity that remains in compliance with medical record regulations must
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D.
17.  The first step in resolving that a bioethical issue is a moral dilemma is which of the following
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D.
18.  Indirect services include which of the following
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D.
19.  Which of the following health care providers might be held liable for faulty equipment
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C.
D.
20.  The argument over whether abortion is an option for women facing difficult pregnancies is a(n)
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D.
21.  Short term care facilities that provide care for the physically and mentally incapacitated are also known as which of the following
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D.
22.  If tere is one heart available for transplant and health care professionals must make the decision as to who gets the heart, which bioethical principle is involved
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C.
D.
23.  What information should not be released from a medical record without the patient's consent
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B.
C.
D.
24.  The principle of doing no harm is called
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D.
25.  Which of the following types of subpoena is used to demand medical records for a legal proceeding
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D.
26.  Liability can result from which of the following
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D.
27.  If a physician and patient need a controlled, structured setting, they may wish to try which of the following
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D.
28.  Mrs. jonassen has been admitted to get her diabetes under control and has several diagnostic tests performed that are related to irritble bowel syndrome. which of the followign helath care professionals do not need to know the inforamtion they access below about mrs jonassen
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B.
C.
D.
29.  Alternative dispute resolution is a solution to conclude complicated, costly, and time consuming conflicts int he health care arena in whcih of the following ways
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B.
C.
D.
30.  What is the first step in resolving an ethical dilemma
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D.
31.  A health care professional has been asked to enter a notation in a patient's chart that is not factual. if the professional feels that she cannot discuss the situation with anyone, wha t approach to a bioethical dilemma can she take
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C.
D.
32.  How should a health care professional identify a patient
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D.
33.  Which of the follwoing issues would not be considered a moral dilemma
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D.
34.  Susan has been asked by a patient to not discuss some private information about her symptoms with her physician. In making a dicision, what should be susan's primary concern
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B.
C.
D.
35.  Committees designed review all research proposals and make sure research standards are met are called
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D.
36.  Which of the followign laws pertains to medical record security
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B.
C.
D.
37.  Which of the follwoign people not directly involved in a surgery patient's treatmetn needs to know the medical information in the patient's chart
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B.
C.
D.
38.  Which of the following actions that pertains to services provided to patients is sometimes complex and sometimes very simple
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B.
C.
D.
39.  Ehich of the following examples is an invation of privacy as opposed to a breach of confidentiality
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B.
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D.
40.  Which of the following is different from an intentional or quasi intentional tort
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D.
41.  If a nurse wants to verify the procedure for notifying the family that a patient has died, where should he or she look first
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D.
42.  Inforation regarding certain health care problems must be especially guarded, including informaiton
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D.
43.  Examples of direct services include all of the follwoing except
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C.
D.
44.  Which of the following is a way to resolve conflicts using alternative dispute resolution
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B.
C.
D.
45.  Patients have a right to do which of the followign with respect to their information shared with a health care provider remaining confidential
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B.
C.
D.
46.  Many helath care professionals face a bioethical issue
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B.
C.
D.
47.  When health care professionals attempt to improve the situations surrounding the patient, they are practicing which of the following principles
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B.
C.
D.
48.  Computerized patient records should include how many forms of identification
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B.
C.
D.
49.  Which of the follwoign is any type of communication used to achieve a goal, approval, or action by another
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B.
C.
D.
50.  Allied health professionals must know and identify areas of which of the following types of liability
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B.
C.
D.
51.  Who is the most important person in the decisions regarding bioethics
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D.
52.  Which of the following office recommends compliance programs and investigates medicare and medicaid fraud
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D.
53.  A patient states, i'm feeling fine today. I don't knw why I am here. as the medical assistant takes her pulse, she notices that the patient keeps grimacing and moving very stiffly. This is an example of which of the following
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C.
D.
54.  Which of the following is not a type of biometric identification system
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B.
C.
D.
55.  Most computer systems employ a means of determining who accesses a patient record that comonly uses
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B.
C.
D.
56.  Health care settings include which of the following places
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D.
57.  Which of the follwoing is used in numerous situations with patients, families, coworkers, and employer-employee situations
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B.
C.
D.
58.  It is important to protect a patient's right to privacy because
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D.
59.  Computer information can be protected with which of the following methods
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D.
60.  Once a bioethical problem has been identified, information has been fathered, and communication has taken place, health care professionals must make which of the follwoing with respect to the appropriate action to take to resolve the issue
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B.
C.
D.
61.  Computerized patient records must include
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B.
C.
D.
62.  When people bargain for what they want, which resolution method are they using
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C.
D.
63.  Which of the following allied health professionals is not performing a direct patient service
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B.
C.
D.
64.  Performing an expensive surgery on a patient who is in the end stages of AIDS involves the bioethical issue of
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B.
C.
D.
65.  When can a medical recored be releaed without a signed consent formt he patient
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B.
C.
D.
66.  Which of the following is an open ended questions
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B.
C.
D.
67.  Which of the following nursing assistants might be exposing him or herself to liability
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B.
C.
D.
68.  Patients have a right to make decisions regarding their health care. this is reflected int he principle of respect for
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B.
C.
D.
69.  Andrea knows that her employer has filed false insurance claims becuase he has asked her to add charges for procedures not performed on patients. If she discusses the matter confidentially with a fellow health care provider whom she trusts and asks for advice, which approach to a bioethical dilemma is she using
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B.
C.
D.
70.  Which of the following is considered an in patient setting that provides extended care for the chronically ill and elderly
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B.
C.
D.
71.  Nonverbal communication is expressed in which of the following ways
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B.
C.
D.
72.  It is necessary to engage in which of the following with other health care professionals about problems involved with a patient's care and treatment
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B.
C.
D.
73.  Which of the following allied health professionals is performing indirect patient services
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B.
C.
D.
74.  Invation of privacy and breach of confidentiality are the most common quasi-intentional
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C.
D.
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