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  • 1. 

    The 'Office Visit'  screen or "O" jelly bean is where

    • A.

      You would go to schedule an appointment and is the default screen for CMA's

    • B.

      Appointments for a particular day can be viewed for providers and resources and is the default screen for CMA's

    • C.

      You would go to see your faxes and is the default screen for all CMA's

    Correct Answer
    B. Appointments for a particular day can be viewed for providers and resources and is the default screen for CMA's
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "appointments for a particular day can be viewed for providers and resources and is the default screen for CMA's". This means that the 'Office Visit' screen or "O" jelly bean is where you can go to view the appointments scheduled for a specific day for providers and resources. It is the default screen for CMA's, indicating that it is the main screen they see when accessing the appointment scheduling system.

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  • 2. 

    The drop-down carat, next to the 'Patient Lookup' icon, will populate how many recently accessed patients?

    • A.

      10

    • B.

      5

    • C.

      15

    Correct Answer
    B. 5
    Explanation
    The drop-down carat, next to the 'Patient Lookup' icon, will populate 5 recently accessed patients.

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  • 3. 

    While in the patient lookup screen, a 'W' next to the patient's name indicates

    • A.

      That there is a billing alert for this patient

    • B.

      Indicates that there is a global alert for this patient

    • C.

      Indicates that the patient is web-enabled through the patient portal

    Correct Answer
    C. Indicates that the patient is web-enabled through the patient portal
    Explanation
    The correct answer indicates that the patient is web-enabled through the patient portal. This means that the patient has access to their medical information and can perform certain tasks online, such as scheduling appointments or requesting prescription refills, through the patient portal. The 'W' next to the patient's name serves as a visual indicator for healthcare providers that the patient has this capability.

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  • 4. 

    While in the patient lookup screen, a red '!' next to the patient's name indicates

    • A.

      That the patient is web-enable through the patient portal

    • B.

      That the patient is enabled for eClinical Messenger (voice/digital recorded messaging

    • C.

      That there is a billing alert for this patient

    Correct Answer
    C. That there is a billing alert for this patient
    Explanation
    A red '!' next to the patient's name indicates that there is a billing alert for this patient.

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  • 5. 

    While in the patient lookup screen, a colored square next to the patient's name indicates

    • A.

      That the patient is web-enabled (patient portal)

    • B.

      That there is a global alert for the patient

    • C.

      That the patient is enabled for eClinical Messenger

    Correct Answer
    B. That there is a global alert for the patient
    Explanation
    A colored square next to the patient's name indicates that there is a global alert for the patient.

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  • 6. 

    As a provider/CMA the screen that you will use to view today's scheduled patient's will be the

    • A.

      Resource Schedule screen

    • B.

      Office Visits screen

    • C.

      Patient Hub

    Correct Answer
    B. Office Visits screen
    Explanation
    As a provider/CMA, the Office Visits screen is the screen that you will use to view today's scheduled patients. This screen is specifically designed for managing and tracking office visits, allowing you to easily access and view the details of each scheduled patient for the day. It provides a comprehensive overview of all the appointments and allows you to efficiently navigate through the patient list, ensuring that you are well-prepared for each visit.

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  • 7. 

    A "Nurse Only" visit means that

    • A.

      The nurse will check the patient into the room, complete the visit and send the patient to the Front Desk

    • B.

      The nurse will check the patient into a room, complete the visit, mark patient as arrived on visit status

    • C.

      The nurse will check the patient into a room, complete the visit, check-out the patient from the exam room and the 'Office Visits' and send the patient to the Front Desk

    Correct Answer
    C. The nurse will check the patient into a room, complete the visit, check-out the patient from the exam room and the 'Office Visits' and send the patient to the Front Desk
  • 8. 

    You room a patient in exam room 4, on eCW you then

    • A.

      Select the patient->click on the 'Check In/Out' button->select 'Check-In'->enter exam room 4->choose a status code->select 'OK'

    • B.

      Select the patient->click on 'Check In/Out' button->select 'Check-Out'->enter exam room 4->choose a status code-> select 'OK'

    • C.

      Select the patient->click on the 'Check In/Out' button->select 'Check In'->choose a status code-> select 'OK'

    Correct Answer
    A. Select the patient->click on the 'Check In/Out' button->select 'Check-In'->enter exam room 4->choose a status code->select 'OK'
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the first option: select the patient->click on the 'Check In/Out' button->select 'Check-In'->enter exam room 4->choose a status code->select 'OK'. This option outlines the correct steps to follow when rooming a patient in exam room 4. It involves selecting the patient, clicking on the 'Check In/Out' button, choosing 'Check-In', entering exam room 4, selecting a status code, and finally selecting 'OK'. This sequence of actions ensures that the patient is properly checked-in and assigned to the correct exam room with the appropriate status code.

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  • 9. 

    After checking the patient in, the provider or nurse will document the assessment on the patients chart by either double-clicking on the patient's name or click "View Progress Notes" in the bottom left hand corner of the office visits screen to open up the patient's 'Progress Note' for that encounter/visit.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The explanation for the given correct answer is that after checking the patient in, the provider or nurse will document the assessment on the patient's chart by either double-clicking on the patient's name or clicking "View Progress Notes" in the bottom left-hand corner of the office visits screen to open up the patient's "Progress Note" for that encounter/visit. This means that the statement "After checking the patient in, the provider or nurse will document the assessment on the patient's chart" is true.

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  • 10. 

    The 'Status' field can be used to select the appropriate status message when follow-up items are required (eg: Injections, Labs, ect). The 'Status' can be changed directly from the progress note under 'Details'.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given statement is true because the 'Status' field in a progress note can indeed be used to select the appropriate status message when follow-up items are required, such as injections or labs. Additionally, the 'Status' can be changed directly from the progress note under 'Details'.

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  • 11. 

    From the 'Office Visits' screen you can view the visit type, appointment type, reason, sex, age, visit status, arrival time, duration and additional notes.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is true because from the 'Office Visits' screen, you can indeed view various details such as visit type, appointment type, reason, sex, age, visit status, arrival time, duration, and additional notes. This suggests that the 'Office Visits' screen provides comprehensive information about each visit, allowing users to access important details related to the visit.

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  • 12. 

    When is it ok to delete a medication?

    • A.

      When you know the patient has stopped taking the medication

    • B.

      Anytime you need to remove a medication from a patients chart

    • C.

      When a medication has been entered twice, or if it was mistakenly added

    Correct Answer
    C. When a medication has been entered twice, or if it was mistakenly added
    Explanation
    It is okay to delete a medication when it has been entered twice or if it was mistakenly added. This ensures that the patient's chart is accurate and avoids any potential errors or confusion in their medication regimen. Deleting the duplicate or mistakenly added medication helps streamline the record-keeping process and ensures that the patient's medication list is up to date and reflects their actual medication usage.

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  • 13. 

    To verify a patient's current medications and add or remove them you would select the respective patient, and select 'Current Medications' in their progress note. After you have confirmed that the current medications list is accurate with the patient you must check off the "Medication Verified" checkbox to indicate to the provider that this is the most updated list.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    To verify a patient's current medications and make any changes, the process involves selecting the respective patient and accessing their progress note. From there, you would choose the option for 'Current Medications'. Once you have reviewed and confirmed the accuracy of the current medications list with the patient, it is important to check off the "Medication Verified" checkbox. This serves as an indication to the provider that the list has been updated and verified. Therefore, the statement "True" accurately reflects the correct answer.

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  • 14. 

    To verify a patient's allergies and to add or remove them you would select the respective patient, then select "Allergies/Intolerace" from the patient's progress note. After you have confirmed the patient's allergies with the patient, whether they are structured or Non-structured, reaction, type and status you must NEVER check off the 'Allergies Verified' checkbox.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    To verify a patient's allergies and to add or remove them, you would select the respective patient and then select "Allergies/Intolerance" from the patient's progress note. After confirming the patient's allergies with the patient, whether they are structured or non-structured, reaction, type, and status, you must check off the "Allergies Verified" checkbox.

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  • 15. 

    While in the patient allergies screen, you may check off what box (before 'Allergies Verified') if the patient denies any allergies?

    • A.

      N.K.D.A

    • B.

      Pregnant

    • C.

      BreastFeeding

    Correct Answer
    A. N.K.D.A
    Explanation
    In the patient allergies screen, if the patient denies having any allergies, you can check off the N.K.D.A box. N.K.D.A stands for "No Known Drug Allergies".

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  • 16. 

    A patient tells you that they no longer suffer allergic reactions from romantic comedies, you would then change there allergy status to "Inactive" instead of deleting the allergy completly.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    If a patient claims that they no longer experience allergic reactions from romantic comedies, it implies that their allergy to romantic comedies is no longer active. In this case, instead of completely deleting the allergy from their medical record, it would be more appropriate to change their allergy status to "Inactive" to indicate that the allergy is still recorded but not currently causing any reactions. Therefore, the statement is true.

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  • 17. 

    The difference between a 'Structured' allergy and a Non-structured allergy is

    • A.

      A structured allergy is correlated to a specific encounter while a non-structured allergy is not

    • B.

      A structured allergy will trigger the 'drug-disease interactions' feature, while a non-structured allergy will not

    • C.

      A non-structured allergy will trigger the 'drug-disease interactions' feature, while a structured allergy will not

    Correct Answer
    B. A structured allergy will trigger the 'drug-disease interactions' feature, while a non-structured allergy will not
    Explanation
    A structured allergy will trigger the 'drug-disease interactions' feature, while a non-structured allergy will not. This means that when a structured allergy is present, there is a specific encounter or interaction that causes an allergic reaction. On the other hand, a non-structured allergy does not have a specific correlation to a particular encounter or interaction. The presence of a structured allergy will activate the 'drug-disease interactions' feature, indicating that there may be potential complications or risks when certain drugs are administered to a patient with this allergy.

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  • 18. 

    What 3 aspects of the 'Vitals' section must be measured in order to meet Meaningful Use standards?

    • A.

      BMI, height, weight

    • B.

      Blood pressure, BMI, weight

    • C.

      Blood pressure, BMI, height

    Correct Answer
    A. BMI, height, weight
    Explanation
    In order to meet Meaningful Use standards, the 'Vitals' section must measure BMI, height, and weight. These three aspects are important indicators of a person's overall health and can provide valuable information for healthcare providers. Blood pressure is also an important vital sign to measure, but it is not included in the Meaningful Use standards for the 'Vitals' section.

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  • 19. 

    What must be printed out and given to each patient upon completion of every visit in order to be compliant with Meaningful Use?

    • A.

      All relevant patient documents

    • B.

      Medication summary

    • C.

      Visit summary

    Correct Answer
    C. Visit summary
    Explanation
    Upon completion of every visit, it is necessary to print out and give each patient a visit summary in order to be compliant with Meaningful Use. This summary provides a concise overview of the patient's visit, including any diagnoses, treatments, and recommendations discussed during the appointment. It ensures that the patient has a record of their visit and can refer to it for future reference or when consulting with other healthcare providers.

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  • 20. 

    While searching for a perscription to add to a patient's chart, the patient tells you they know only the name of the drug but nothing else. It is possible to check off the 'Rx Only' checkbox so that after you have selected the medication only its name will show up in current medications and nothing else.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When searching for a prescription to add to a patient's chart, if the patient only knows the name of the drug and nothing else, it is possible to check off the 'Rx Only' checkbox. By doing so, only the name of the medication will show up in the current medications list, without any additional information. This allows for easier tracking and organization of the patient's medications, especially when detailed information about the prescription is not available.

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  • 21. 

    To enter a patients vitals you will

    • A.

      Enter the patient's Hub->select Medical Record->enter vitals

    • B.

      Enter the patient's Hub->select New Action->enter vitals

    • C.

      Enter the patient's progress note->select vitals

    Correct Answer
    C. Enter the patient's progress note->select vitals
    Explanation
    To enter a patient's vitals, you need to go to the patient's progress note and select the option for entering vitals. This is the correct answer because it specifies the correct steps to follow in order to enter the vitals information for a patient. The other options mentioned do not provide the correct sequence of actions or do not mention the specific location where the vitals can be entered.

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  • 22. 

    Vitals CANNOT be entered manually by clicking on each individual field then keying in the respective quantities, or by checking off the 'Pop-Up' checkbox and selecting the corresponding values from the provided options.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because it states that vitals cannot be entered manually by clicking on each individual field or by checking off the 'Pop-Up' checkbox and selecting the corresponding values. However, it is possible to enter vitals manually using these methods.

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  • 23. 

    The 'Initial Visit' form that must be filled out the first time the patient visits the clinic after the eCW 'Go Live' can be found by

    • A.

      Entering into the patient's progress note->selecting 'Templates' from the right panel->clicking on the merge with progress note arrow

    • B.

      Entering into the patient's progress note->selecting 'Patient Docs'->selecting 'Initial Visit' from the established files

    • C.

      Entering into the patient's progress note->selecting the drop down 'carrot' next to SF (Smart Forms)->selecting 'Initial Visit'

    Correct Answer
    C. Entering into the patient's progress note->selecting the drop down 'carrot' next to SF (Smart Forms)->selecting 'Initial Visit'
    Explanation
    To find the 'Initial Visit' form that must be filled out the first time the patient visits the clinic after the eCW 'Go Live', the user should enter into the patient's progress note. Then, they should select the drop down 'carrot' next to SF (Smart Forms) and choose 'Initial Visit' from the options provided. This will allow them to access and fill out the required form.

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  • 24. 

    You are speaking with a patient and he wishes to have his Viagra perscription refilled. How would you accomplish this?

    • A.

      By creating a telephone encounter for the patient, selecting the 'Rx' tab, then by choosing the 'R' for refill under the 'Current Rx' section

    • B.

      By creating a new action for the patient, then by writing the words 'Refill Viagra' in the notes section

    • C.

      By creating an appointment for the patient and then by selecting current prescriptions and refill

    Correct Answer
    A. By creating a telephone encounter for the patient, selecting the 'Rx' tab, then by choosing the 'R' for refill under the 'Current Rx' section
  • 25. 

    You are speaking with a patient  and she wishes to have a lab/x-ray done on Tuesday. This would be accomplished by creating a telephone encounter, choosing the 'Virtual Visit' tab, then selecting the respective lab/DI/procedures browse button from the 'Treament' section of the 'Virtual Visit'.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
  • 26. 

    Today you are floating to Chipotle clinic to assist Dr. Fajitas, you sit down in front of your computer for the day, sign into eCW as you normally would. How will you change your 'Office Visit' screen to show the appointments for Dr. Fajitas?

    • A.

      From file->management->document management->change provider/location details

    • B.

      Call administration to have them do it for you

    • C.

      Look at the top of the 'Office Visits' screen and change the 'Providers/Resources' and 'Facility' sections to Dr. Fajitas and the 'Chipotle clinic' respectively

    Correct Answer
    C. Look at the top of the 'Office Visits' screen and change the 'Providers/Resources' and 'Facility' sections to Dr. Fajitas and the 'Chipotle clinic' respectively
    Explanation
    To show the appointments for Dr. Fajitas on the 'Office Visit' screen, you need to look at the top of the screen and change the 'Providers/Resources' and 'Facility' sections to Dr. Fajitas and the 'Chipotle clinic' respectively.

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