hsa 515 week 11 exam part 1

·         Question 1

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The delineation of clinical privileges is the process by which the medical staff

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·         Question 2

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When a patient is injured as a result of a doctor who’s practicing in a clinical area with which he is not familiar, the patient must show that the

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·         Question 3

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The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) was created by Congress

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·         Question 4

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The most common cause of malpractice suits against physicians

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·         Question 5

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A State Medical Board

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·         Question 6

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Mrs. Ard noticed that her husband was having difficulty breathing. He was reeling from side to side in bed. Believing that her husband was dying, she continued to call for help, estimating that she rang the call bell for 1.25 hours before anyone responded. A code was eventually called. Unfortunately, Mr. Ard did not survive the code. The court determined that

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·         Question 7

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A nurse hired by a patient or the patient’s family to perform nursing services

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·         Question 8

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Each state has its own nurse practice act that defines the practice of

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·         Question 9

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The Navy veteran in Vanhoy v. United States successfully underwent coronary bypass surgery at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. However, he was injured as a result of being left unattended for several hours by nursing personnel in the intensive care unit. The veteran suffered anoxic brain injury following a complication with his endotracheal tube. A lawsuit was filed and the court determined that

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·         Question 10

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The scope of practice refers to the permissible boundaries of practice for health care professionals, as is often defined in

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·         Question 11

6 out of 6 points   

A chiropractor is required to exercise the same degree of care, judgment, and skill exercised by other reasonable

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·         Question 12

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The objectives of emergency care are

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·         Question 13

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If a patient decides to leave an emergency department without notice because of a delay in being treated, the courts would generally hold

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·         Question 14

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Medication Misadventures can be decreased by

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·         Question 15

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Caregivers should be sure to

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·         Question 16

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The Privacy Act of 1974 was enacted to

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·         Question 17

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Ordinary business documents are

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·         Question 18

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When making changes to a patient’s record

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·         Question 19

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The length of time medical records must be retained

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·         Question 20

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The process of facilitating the flow of information within and among departments and caregivers.

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·         Question 21

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Primary responsibility for obtaining informed consent from the patient lies with the

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·         Question 22

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Informed consent is a legal doctrine that provides that a patient has the right to know the

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·         Question 23

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Informed consent is

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·         Question 24

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The ethical rationale underlying the doctrine of informed consent is

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·         Question 25

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The clinical assessment of decision-making capacity should include the patient’s ability to:

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·         Question 26

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Information reported to the data bank

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·         Question 27

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Incident reports contain statements made by employees and physicians regarding

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·         Question 28

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Most states have enacted laws that require the reporting of

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·         Question 29

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Data bank queries can be made by

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·         Question 30

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The purpose of a medical examiner’s investigation is to

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