5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Describe scope of practice for ambulatory healthcare personnel.
- The ____ is specifically prepared to work in a medical/practice?
- Medical / Professional Coder
- What credentialing is required of a physician assistant in all states except MD, OH and NY?
- a Evidence of having achieved a certain level of knowledge through education or experience.
- b Licensure
- c Defines the procedures, actions and processes that are permitted for a professional depending on their education, experience, and demonstrated competency.
- 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.
- e MA: medical Assistant
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- A chronological file used as a reminder to do specific tasks on schedule; usually daily, weekly, or monthly.
- Legal permission, granted by state statutes, to perform specific acts; for instance, a physician is licensed to practice medicine.
- 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
Nurse Practitioner:NP → AN entry in an official record listing names of persons satisfying certain requirements and level of education.
Physician Assistant : PA → Person with 1 to 4 years of education in an approved PA program; a PA works under the supervision of the physician.
Provider → A provider who is identified by law as a doctor of medicine : MD or a doctor of osteopathic medicine: OD.
Physician → Any healthcare professional who examines, diagnoses, and treats individuals; including MD's and DO's.
Registered Nurse: RN → A 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.