Tutor profile: Nena L.
1) Interventions such as immunizations, genetic counseling and education would be considered: a. tertiary prevention b. pointless in our current health care system c. secondary prevention d. Primary prevention
In relation to the EMR, the abbreviation CPOE stands for: a. Computerized Physician Order Entry b. Complicated Physician Orders and Entries c. Computerized Physician Order Execution d. Computer and Phone Order Entry
Subject: Medical Assistant
Select the correct name of the healthcare facility described below: This type of facility houses those who need 24 hour nursing care. Most patients are elderly and permanent live in the facility. Acute services such as surgery, emergency rooms, etc are not provided here. a. Rehabilitation hospital b. Hospital c. Long Term Acute Care Facility d. Long Term Care Facility/Nursing Home
Long Term Acute Care facility would be best for which of the following patients: a. A patient who is in labor and expected to deliver a baby within the next 24 hours. b. An elderly patient who has confusion and dementia. The family can no longer care for the patient so they are looking for a permanent home with nursing care. c. A patient who has just had heart surgery and needs 2 weeks of physical therapy. d. A post-operative patient who needs 4 weeks of intravenous antibiotics and can then be discharged home.
Dr. Long is a surgeon who owns his own practice. He also owns a lab right down the road. Dr. Long has instructed his staff to send all of his patients to the lab he owns for pre-operative work. This may be viewed as: a. Insurance fraud b. A conflict of interest c. Double billing d. maximizing profits
2) ____________ prevention is the most costly and labor intensive type as occurs after a disease has occurred. It focuses on rehabilitation and decreasing the amount of residual left by a disease. a. primary b. Tertiary c. Secondary d. recovery
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