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5 Matching questions

  1. Describe scope of practice for ambulatory healthcare personnel.
  2. The ____ is specifically prepared to work in a medical/practice?
  3. Medical / Professional Coder
  4. What credentialing is required of a physician assistant in all states except MD, OH and NY?
  5. Credential
  1. a Evidence of having achieved a certain level of knowledge through education or experience.
  2. b Licensure
  3. c Defines the procedures, actions and processes that are permitted for a professional depending on their education, experience, and demonstrated competency.
  4. d Person who has had education and experience in Current Procedural Terminology, 4th edition : CPT-4 and International Classification of Disease; ICD-9, soon to be ICD-10, coding; responsible for the correct application of codes for procedures, supplies, and diagnoses used for billing professional medical services.
  5. e MA: medical Assistant

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Person who assists the provider in both adminstrative and clinical duties; education varies from on the job instruction to 2 years in an accredited program for medical assisting.
  2. AHDI
  3. A chronological file used as a reminder to do specific tasks on schedule; usually daily, weekly, or monthly.
  4. Legal permission, granted by state statutes, to perform specific acts; for instance, a physician is licensed to practice medicine.
  5. They are specifically trained to work in the ambulatory setting. These multiskilled personnel can perform administrative as well as clinical procedures and physicians value this unique versatility.

5 True/False questions

  1. Nurse Practitioner:NPAN entry in an official record listing names of persons satisfying certain requirements and level of education.

          

  2. Physician Assistant : PAPerson with 1 to 4 years of education in an approved PA program; a PA works under the supervision of the physician.

          

  3. ProviderA provider who is identified by law as a doctor of medicine : MD or a doctor of osteopathic medicine: OD.

          

  4. PhysicianAny healthcare professional who examines, diagnoses, and treats individuals; including MD's and DO's.

          

  5. Registered Nurse: RNA graduate from a 2 year associate degree, 3 year diploma, or 4 to 5 year bachelors degree program who passed the state licensing examination for RN's. An RN works under the direction of a physician.

          

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