5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Current Dental Terminology (CDT)
- Federal Register
- unique bit string
- a involves the safekeeping of patient information
- b a medical code set maintained and copyrighted by the American Dental Association
- c computer code
- d a leal newspaper published every business day by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). It is available in paper form, on microfiche, and online.
- e flat file is used to bill institutional services, such as services performed in hospitals
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- decodes (the message)
- became responsible for initially requesting and screening medical records for PEEP surveillance sampling for medical review
- information that is identifiable to an individual (or individual identifiers) such as name, address, telephone numbers, date of birth, Medicaid ID number and other medical record numbers, social security number, and name of employer
- cannot be reported on the same claim, and they are based on coding conventions defined in CPT, current standards of medical and surgical coding practice, input from speciality societies, and analysis of current coding practices
- is assigned to health care providers as a 10-character alphanumeric identifier, including a check digit in the last position
5 True/False Questions
National Standard Format (NSF) → flat file format used to bill physician and noninstitutional services, such as services reported by a general practioner on a CMS-1500 claim.
encrypt → decodes (the message)
Medicare administrative contractor (MAC) → an organization (e.g. insurance company) that contracts with CMS to process claims and perform program integrity tasks for both Medicare Part A and Part B
precedent → the assignment of an ICD-9-CM diagnosis code that does not match patient record documentation for the purpose of illegally increasing reimbursement
civil law → is public law (statue or ordinance) that defines crimes and their prosecution.