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  • 1. 

    Why is it important for Clemenceau to get Joint Commission International Accreditation?  

    • A.

      To obtain it for branding purposes

    • B.

      Administrator wants us to undergo accreditation

    • C.

      To obtain certification for meeting international hospital standards

    Correct Answer
    C. To obtain certification for meeting international hospital standards
    Explanation
    It is important for Clemenceau to get Joint Commission International Accreditation in order to obtain certification for meeting international hospital standards. This accreditation serves as a recognition that the hospital has met the highest standards of patient care, safety, and quality. It demonstrates the hospital's commitment to providing excellent healthcare services and ensures that it is aligned with global best practices. This certification not only enhances the hospital's reputation but also instills confidence in patients and stakeholders about the hospital's capabilities and quality of care.

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  • 2. 

    List 3 International Patient Safety goals  

    • A.

      Reduce risk of falls, Identify nutrition risk, Improve patient education

    • B.

      Identify patients correctly, Correct-Site Procedure Surgery, Reduce Risk of Healthcare Associated Infections

    • C.

      Improve effective communication, Improve compliance with sedation care, Improve patient documentation

    Correct Answer
    B. Identify patients correctly, Correct-Site Procedure Surgery, Reduce Risk of Healthcare Associated Infections
    Explanation
    The three International Patient Safety goals listed in the answer are:
    1. Identify patients correctly: This goal aims to ensure that patients are correctly identified to prevent any errors or mix-ups in their treatment or care.
    2. Correct-Site Procedure Surgery: This goal focuses on preventing wrong-site surgeries by implementing measures to verify the correct site and procedure before any surgical intervention.
    3. Reduce Risk of Healthcare Associated Infections: This goal aims to minimize the occurrence of infections that patients may acquire during their healthcare journey by implementing infection control measures and promoting safe practices.

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  • 3. 

    Sharps and needles can be discarded in a regular waste basket  

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Sharps and needles should not be discarded in a regular waste basket because they can pose a risk of injury to waste handlers and others who come into contact with the waste. Sharps should be placed in a puncture-resistant container specifically designed for their disposal, such as a sharps container, to ensure safe handling and disposal.

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  • 4. 

    What is NOT a mission of Clemenceau Medical Center?  

    • A.

      To be the leading public health care institution in the whole region.

    • B.

      To provide the highest quality of care and service for all people in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of human illness.

    • C.

      To provide excellence in patient care, community service and continued education.

    • D.

      To be the leading private health care institution in the whole region.

    Correct Answer
    A. To be the leading public health care institution in the whole region.
    Explanation
    The mission of Clemenceau Medical Center is to provide the highest quality of care and service for all people in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human illness. It also aims to provide excellence in patient care, community service, and continued education. However, it does not aim to be the leading public health care institution in the whole region.

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  • 5. 

    What do you do in the event of a fire at a CMC patient care area?  

    • A.

      Move patient away from immediate danger, phone the operator on location of fire, pull fire alarm, put out fire if trained to do so, evacuate patients according to instructions of person of authority

    • B.

      Shout for help, evacuate patients immediately, pull alarm, wait for firefighters, report to supervisor.

    • C.

      Put out fire, pull alarm, move patient away from immediate danger, evacuate patients according to instruction of person of authority

    Correct Answer
    A. Move patient away from immediate danger, phone the operator on location of fire, pull fire alarm, put out fire if trained to do so, evacuate patients according to instructions of person of authority
    Explanation
    In the event of a fire at a CMC patient care area, the correct course of action is to prioritize the safety of the patients. This includes moving the patient away from immediate danger, such as the location of the fire, and alerting the operator about the fire. Pulling the fire alarm is important to notify others in the facility about the fire. If trained to do so, one can attempt to put out the fire. Finally, evacuating patients should be done according to the instructions of a person of authority, ensuring their safety.

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  • 6. 

    What is the primary CMC campaign to improve patient care and safety?  

    • A.

      Give welcome letter with instructions to patients upon admission.

    • B.

      Smile and introduce yourself before any procedure.

    Correct Answer
    A. Give welcome letter with instructions to patients upon admission.
    Explanation
    The primary CMC campaign to improve patient care and safety is to give a welcome letter with instructions to patients upon admission. This campaign aims to provide patients with important information and instructions to ensure their safety and well-being during their stay at the healthcare facility. By giving patients a welcome letter, they are informed about various aspects of their care, such as medication instructions, safety precautions, and contact information for healthcare providers. This initiative improves communication, empowers patients to actively participate in their care, and ultimately enhances patient outcomes and satisfaction.

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  • 7. 

    How do you protect the patient's privacy?  

    • A.

      Put a different name on the patient medical record, never call the patient's name out loud.

    • B.

      Maintain all patient information in a confidential manner, properly exit computer terminals after use, never discuss patients by name in public places (i.e. elevators, halls, and cafeteria), and use private areas for discussions with patients/families.

    • C.

      Only put the patient's first name on the chart, always talk to the patient and family in the patient room, keep the computer screen from public view, always ask the patient if visitors are allowed.

    Correct Answer
    A. Put a different name on the patient medical record, never call the patient's name out loud.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to put a different name on the patient's medical record and never call the patient's name out loud. This helps to protect the patient's privacy by ensuring that their personal information is not easily accessible or disclosed to others. By using a different name on the medical record, it adds an extra layer of security and confidentiality. Additionally, not calling the patient's name out loud helps to prevent their identity from being revealed in public settings. Overall, these measures help to safeguard the patient's privacy and maintain the confidentiality of their medical information.

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  • 8. 

    How are patients informed of their rights?  

    • A.

      Ask the patient if he/she has any questions before doing any procedure.

    • B.

      Tell the patient to access the Patient Bill of Rights from the internet.

    • C.

      Post the Patient Bill of Rights in areas where it can be read by patients and family (i.e. waiting rooms, patient rooms)

    Correct Answer
    C. Post the Patient Bill of Rights in areas where it can be read by patients and family (i.e. waiting rooms, patient rooms)
    Explanation
    Patients are informed of their rights by posting the Patient Bill of Rights in areas where it can be easily read by patients and their families, such as waiting rooms and patient rooms. This ensures that patients have access to information about their rights and can familiarize themselves with their entitlements while receiving medical care.

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  • 9. 

    How were you trained on infection control?  

    • A.

      Presentation during orientation, periodic inservice program on infection control.

    • B.

      Read all the policies on infection control in the CMC Policy Manual.

    • C.

      Attend one CMC Infection Control meeting per year.

    Correct Answer
    A. Presentation during orientation, periodic inservice program on infection control.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Presentation during orientation, periodic inservice program on infection control." This answer suggests that the individual received training on infection control through a presentation during their orientation and also through periodic inservice programs. This indicates that the person was given information and updates on infection control practices to ensure they are knowledgeable and up to date on the topic.

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  • 10. 

    Describe when it is appropriate to follow Standard Precaution.  

    • A.

      Blood, all body fluids (except sweat), secretions, excretions, membranes, non-intact skin of all patients are treated as potentially infectious.

    • B.

      Only patients admitted from the emergency room with coughs are treated as potentially infectious.

    • C.

      Only sweat, tears and urine are treated as potentially infectious.

    Correct Answer
    A. Blood, all body fluids (except sweat), secretions, excretions, membranes, non-intact skin of all patients are treated as potentially infectious.
    Explanation
    Standard Precaution is a set of infection control practices that should be followed in healthcare settings to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases. According to the given answer, blood, all body fluids (except sweat), secretions, excretions, membranes, and non-intact skin of all patients are treated as potentially infectious. This means that healthcare workers should take appropriate precautions, such as wearing gloves, masks, and gowns, when coming into contact with these substances to protect themselves and others from potential infections. Following Standard Precaution helps to ensure the safety of both healthcare workers and patients.

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