Flashcards in Systems Deck (20):
What is the term for a graphic that shows how each department fits into the system and identifies the line of authority within the health care facility called?
What is the name of the federal government method of reimbursing health care facilities for medicare and medicaide expenses, established in 1983 to attempt to contain the cost of health care. Under this plan reimbursement is based on an approved grouping of medical conditions, the reasonable cost for each condition, and its standard treatment.
Diagnostic Related Groups
Which health condition is an epidemic in 1/5 of children, teens and is a concern to parents and school?
What is the predetermined payment structure for health care services established by the federal government?
People who organize, manage and take responsibility and risk for a business or enterprise are called
Part of a fee an insured person pays for medical services is called
The amount of money an insured person must pay for services before an insurance company will pay for cost of service is
Pertaining to the study of people as a group, especially of statistical groupings according to age, gender and environmental factors is
What is the federal law that provides rules of the use of client health information. According to the law, health information must be kept private
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
What government agency sets DNA standards?
National Association for DNA Collection and Management (NADCM)
Which federal agency is concerned with causes, spread and control of diseases in populations?
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention
What disease has 1 out of every 150 children displayed?
What replaced the food pyramid?
What is the term for the puncture and aspiration from a joint?
What is the term for the puncture and aspiration from a pregnant mothers uterus?
What are the fat soluble vitamins?
Vitamins A,D,E & K
What does the abbreviations EMR stand for?
Electronic Medical Records
What term means present at birth?
What agency secures safety and health in the healthcare setting?
OSHA-Occupational Safety and Health Administration