← Chapter 14 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Active records
- Electronic medical records
- legal name
- index unit
- Purge system
- a What is a filing method used to identify and separate parts of a name?
- b Can't get lost or misfiled
multiple users are possible
errors less likely
patterns and data more easily accessed
quickly available in emergency
office storage space not needed
legible and organized
improved meds management
improved quality of care
Are advantages of what?
- c Records that need to be readily accessible for retrieval of information are called what?
- d The process of sorting thru records and removing the ones that are not active is called what?
- e Most appropriate format for a patients name on a medical chart?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What is a filing tool used to track a patients chart removed from files-cabinent?
- What is the most appropriate order of filing with a numeric system?
- What is used in numeric filing as a journal or computer listing in which numbers are pre-assinged?
- What is the legal importance of medical records?
- What are the advantages of manual medical records?
5 True/False Questions
1) check the file before and after the missing one
2) Check Dr's tray and desk and car
3) Check files with same color coding
4) Check for cross referenced spellings → What are the appropriate actions to locate missing files?
It did not happen → The legal standard if there is not a written record of a temp, visit, history,physical, or a lab report is what?
check out system → The process of sorting thru records and removing the ones that are not active is called what?
locating a missing file → What is the primary used of cross reference filing?
geographic → What is a coding system that is not commonly used in offices today?