5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- National Drug Code (NDC)
- security rule
- case law/common law
- National Standard Format (NSF)
- a a subscriber-based question and answer forum available through e-mail
- b flat file format used to bill physician and noninstitutional services, such as services reported by a general practioner on a CMS-1500 claim.
- c adopts standards and safeguards to protect health information that is collected, maintained, used, or transmitted electronically
- d maintained by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), identifies prescription drugs and some over-the-counter products
- e based on court decisions that establish a precedent (or standard)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 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.
- initiated by DHHS to require facilities to identify and reduce improper Medicare payments and specifically, the Medicare payment error rate
- a docyment containing a list of questions that must be answered in writing.
- a one-digit character, alphabetic or numeric, used to verify the validity of a unique identifier
- testimony under oath taken outside of court (e.g. at the provider's office)
5 True/False Questions
Privacy Act of 1974 → creates national standards to protect individuals' medical records and other personal health information. This rules also gives patients greater access to their own medical records and more control over how their personal health information is used
National Individual Identifier → is assigned to health care providers as a 10-character alphanumeric identifier, including a check digit in the last position
privacy → the right of individuals to keep their information from being disclosed to others
abuse → flat file is used to bill institutional services, such as services performed in hospitals
qui tam → latin phrase which means "who as well for the king as for himself sues in this matter". It is a provision of the Federal False Claims Act, which allows a private citizen to file a lawsuit in the name of the U.S. government, charging fraud by government contractors and other entities that receive or use government funds, and to share in any money recovered.