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The National Healthcare Association (NHA) is a certification agency for healthcare workers in America. A healthcare worker is one who delivers care services to the sick and ailing either directly as doctors and nurses or...

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    Nephritis is a disease of the:

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    Which one of the functions of management would be accomplished first?

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    In a facility that admits children age 16 through 20 years, the facility may not accommodate more than:

Just like many other professional fields, there are certain examinations for individuals in the medical profession. The CCMA NHA exam is one of them. The NHA exam is organized for medical assistants as a requirement for the...

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    What is the total number of bones in the human body?



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    A person diagnosed with dementia usually:
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What was the food cost per resident day?
$3.87 is the right answer to this question. How was this answer reached? You may want to know the process that was followed. The month of January has 31 days. This can be used to divide the total food cost which is $13,200. The total cost per day in
What was the medication error rate? Assume that 150 doses of medication were prescribed by the resident's physician to be administered in a given time period. However, 2 doses ordered were not...
The answer is A, 2%. This is a math-heavy question, so bear with me. The formula for finding the medication error rate is as follows: divide the number of errors by the sum of total doses given plus the omissions. This number is then multiplied by 10
What is the main purpose of the Life Safety Code?
The answer is incorrect here. John's explanation above is accurate. The NAB prep study book 'The Principles of Healthcare Administration by Townsend & Davis (2002 updated 2013), pg. 337 states - "The Life Safety Code is promulgated by the NF
How often do nursing homes get evaluated in America?
Nursing homes undergo yearly inspections. They are required to keep the results of this inspection on hand. Nursing homes need to be in compliance with the Medicare laws. If there are problems with this compliance, they may lose their funding. These
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