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5 Matching questions

  1. What is a Blood Analyte Lab
  2. If there are any abnormalities in the test results, how does SpringCharts alert the physician
  3. What is a blood test compound that is subject to its own specific chemical analysis
  4. What is a match choice task that SpringLabs will automatically match an imported test with a patients pending test
  5. SOAP
  1. a Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan
  2. b Highlighting the abnormal results in a colored bar
  3. c A blood test compound that is subject to its own specific chemical analysis
  4. d Lab Analyte
  5. e Match test

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Reference labs
  2. Electronic Data Interchange
  3. Disease management, Routine preventive health care standards and Wellness health care standards
  4. National Guideline Clearinghouse
  5. Chart evaluation

5 True/False questions

  1. What are specific documents that provide a road map to guide all who are involved with a patient's care, outlining the appropriate treatment to insure the optimal outcomeCare Plans

          

  2. What is a spring charts add-on feature that provides pre-built office visits notes, orders, and letters, as well as popup test for specific specialistsLab, Imaging and Medical Tests

          

  3. What does the chart evaluation feature help supportDisease management, Routine preventive health care standards and Wellness health care standards

          

  4. When a test is ordered where is it stored in springchartAn encounter with a medical provider in which the patients cheif complaints, body systems, vitals, physical exam diagnoses and medications are reviewed and documented

          

  5. What website holds numerous medical treatment plans containing objective detail oriented clinical info for physicians nurses & other medical staffThe NGC website

          

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