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Unit 2 Exam Review

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administrative data
Demographic, socioeconomic, and financial data
clinical data
All patient health information obtained throughout the treatment and care of patient.
demographic data
Patient identification information collected according to facility policy and includes the patient's name, date of birth, place of birth and social security number.
financial data
Any information relating to insurance or third party payer.
socioeconomic
Type of data that includes marital status, occupation, and place of employment.
administrative
Type of data that includes date of birth, marital status, and insurance information
clinical
Type of data that includes information from the operative record, radiology report, and discharge summary.
source oriented record
Type of record where all documents generated from a particular department or discipline are located in one section of the record.
sectionalized
A source oriented record is ____________.
locate documents
Facilities use the source oriented record since its easy to _________.
follow one diagnosis, time consuming
Source oriented record is not ideal because it is difficult to ______ and filing reports can be _____.
problem oriented record
A systematic method of documentation consisting of four components.
database, problem list, initial plan, soap progress notes
The problem oriented record contains what four components?
progress note
In a problem oriented record, the discharge summary is documented in the ___________ section.
follow a diagnoses
Facilities may use a problem oriented record since its easy to _____.
training, time-consuming
The problem oriented record is not ideal because it requires _____ and filing of reports can be _____.
database
In a problem oriented record, this section contains a minimum set of date to be collected on every patient (chief complaint, present conditions, social data, past medical history, etc)
problem list
In a problem oriented record, this section acts as a table of contents for the patient record.
problem list
In a problem oriented record, this section is filed at the beginning of the record and contains a list of patient's problem.
initial plan
In a problem oriented record, this section outlines the strategy for management of the patient's care
initial plan
In a problem oriented record, this section describes actions that will be taken to learn more about the patient's condition and treat and educate the patient.
diagnostic/management, therapeutic, patient education
In a problem oriented record, the initial plan contains ______, ______, ______ plans.
soap
In the POR, notes for each problem are documented using the _____ structure.
subjective
In the soap progress notes, this section is the patient's statement about how she, feels, including symptomatic information.
objective
In soap progress notes, this section documents observations about the patient, such as physical findings or lab or x-ray results.
assessment
In soap progress notes, this section documents the judgment, opinion, or evaluation made by a health care provider.
plan
In soap progress notes, this section documents the diagnostic, therapeutic, and educational plans to resolve the problems.
intent, driver's license, family members, parent or guardian consent, time of death
In order to be able to donate organs, the individual must indicate ______ to donate on a _____; individuals should inform _______ of their intentions; person's under 18 years old must have _____; and medical suitability for donation is determined at _____,
consent, evidence of consent
JC and CoP require that a patient ________ to treatment and that the record contain _____.
informed consent
JC requires facility medical staff and governing board to develop policies with regard to _____.
consultation
Provision of health care services by a physician whose opinion or advice is requested by another physician.
opinion, findings, physical exam, patient records
A consultation report includes consultant's _________ and _______ based on a __________ and review of _____.
patient record, examines, pertinent findings, recommendations, opinions
The consulting physician: (1) reviews _____; (2) _____ the patient; (3) documents _____; (3) provides _____ and _____.
outguide
This replaces the record in the file area to indicate it has been removed and to identify its current location.
patient record, outguide, chart tracking index box
In submitting a paper requisition, one copy of the requisition is attached to _____ and the other is inserted into the _____. The original stays in the _____.
outguides
These can be used in conjuction with computerized chart tracking systems to indicate "at a glance" that a record has been removed from the file area.
terminal digit
Type of filing system where number is divided into three parts: primary, secondary, and tertiary digits.
right, left
Terminal digit numbers are read from _____ to _____.
100, 100, straight numeric
The terminal and middle digit file system is typically divided into ____ primary sections, _____ secondary sections. Once primary and secondary sections are located, the record is filed in _____ order according to tertiary digit.
unlimited
In terminal digit file system, tertiary numbers can be of ______ length.
middle digit filing
Type of filing systems where the middle digit is the primary, the digit on left is secondary, and digit on the right is tertiary.
serial numbering
Filing system where, each time the patient is registered, a new patient number is assigned by the provider and a new patient record is created.
patient numbers, multiple locations
In a serial numbering system, a patient who has had multiple admissions also has multiple _____. Patient records are also filed in ________ in the file system
security, evenly, congestion, large gaps, record shifting, misfiling, transposition, inactive records
Advantages to the terminal digit and middle digit filing system include: (1) high degree of _____; (2) files expand _____; (2) eliminates ______ in file area; (3) ______, _______, _____, and _______ occur less frequently; (6) _______ are easily retrieved as new records are added.
lengthier, space, equipment
Disadvantages to the terminal digit filing system include: (1) training time ______; (2) more _____ and ______ will be needed to organize file area.
serial numbering
This type of filing system is usually used by facilities that don't use computerized ADT software.
not
An advantage of the serial numbering system is that computer software is _____ needed to track assignment of numbers.
different, multiple locations
A disadvantage of a serial numbering system is that records are filed in ______ locations in the filing system. _______ must be accessed to retrieve patient records.
unit numbering
In this system, the patient is assigned a number the first time they are registered and are reassigned the same number for all subsequent admissions encounters.
unit numbering
In this type of system, multiple admissions/encounters requiring multiple volumes are secured together
serial unit numbering
Type of numbering system where patients receive a new number each time they are registered by the facility and records from previous admission/encounter are reassigned to new number.
author
The _____ of the entry is required to authenticate the entry in the record.
uniform rules of evidence
According to the _____ for a record to be admissible in a court of law, all patient records entries must be dated and timed.
dated, timed
For a record to be admissible in a court of law, all patient records entries must be ____ and ____.
30 days
Joint Commission requires the completion of medical record within _____ following patient discharge.
principal diagnosis
Condition established after study to be chiefly responsible for admission.
admitting diagnosis
The condition or disease for which the patient is seeking treatment.
provisional, preliminary, working, tentative
The admitting diagnosis is also called the _____, _____, ____, or _____ diagnosis.
preanesthesia evaluation note
Progress note documented by any individual qualified to administer anesthesia prior to induction of anesthesia.
medical history, experience with anesthesia, physical status, diagnostic studies, preanesthesia medications, anesthesia, surgical, obstetrical, problems, risks
A preanesthesia evaluation note contains: (1) patient interview to verify _____ and previous _______; (2) evaluation of patient's _____; (3) review of results from _____; (4) discussion of ________ and choice of _____ to be administered; (5) _____ or ______ procedures to be performed; (6) potential anesthestic ______ and _____.
postanesthesia note
A progress note documented by any individual qualified to administer anesthesia following surgery.
general condition, complications, abnormalities, vital signs, swallowing, cyanosis
A postanesthesia evaluation note contains: (1) patient's ______ following surgery; (2) description of anesthesia related ______ and postoperative _____; (3) _____; (4) ______ reflex and _____.
chief complaint, history of present illness, past, family, social, medications, review of systems
The patient history documents ______, ________, ______/______/______ history, _____, and _____.
physical exam
Assessment of the patient's body systems to assist in determining a diagnosis
auto authentication
Process by which the failure of an author to review and affirmatively either approve or disapprove an entry within a specific time results in authentication.
legal liability, noncompliant
Auto authentication presents a _____ for the health care organization and is likely to be _____ with federal and state requirements.
joint commission
Auto-authentication does not comply with _____ standards.
quantitative analysis
Review of the patient record for completeness, including identification of chart deficiencies.
quantitative analysis
When the record is being reviewed for the presence of reports and authentications, a _____ is being done.
qualitative analysis
Review of the patient record for inconsistencies that may identify incomplete or inaccurate documentation.
qualitative analysis
When the record is being reviewed for final diagnoses or procedures on the face sheet.
reverse chronological order
Documents are organized from the most current document to least current document.
chronological order
Documents are organized from least current to most current document.
reverse chronological order, chronological order
Most facilities organize the patient record in _______ during inpatient hospitalization, and ________ once patient is discharged.
nursing assessment
Upon admission to the hospital, this is documented to obtain the patient's history and evaluate vital signs.
nursing documentation
This type of documentation contains a nursing assessment, administration of meds, observations and progress, and a discharge plan.
nursing care plan
Documents nursing interventions to be used to care for patient.
nurses notes
Documents daily observations about patient by nurses.
nursing discharge summary
Patient discharge plans and instructions as documented by a nurse.
graphic sheet
Document's a patient's vital signs using a graph for easy interpretation of data.
type, time, date, initials
The medication administration record documents the ______ of medication administered, ______ and _____ of administration, and _______ of nurse administering the medication.
nursing assessment, nutritional, functional, 24 hours
With regard to nursing, the JC requires that a __________, ________ screening, and ________ screening needs to be done within _____ after admission.
initial history, reaction to treatment, treatments rendered
Nurses notes include ________, ________, and ______.
advance directive
Hospitals are required to notify patients age 18 and over that they have the right to have an ________.
patient self determination act
This required that hospital notify patients of their right to have an advance directive.
advance directive notification form
Upon admission, the patient signs an _________ to document that the patient has been notified of their right to have an advance directive.
advance directive
A legal document in which patients provide instructions as to how they want to be treated in the event they become ill and there is no reasonable hope for recovery.
advance directives, implementation, advance directives
Facilities must inform patients, in writing, of state laws regarding ______ and facility policies regarding _______ of ________.
advance directive
The patient record must document whether the individual has executed an _______.
do not resuscitate order
Advance directive that indicates medical professionals should not perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the event that breathing or heartbeat stops.
CPR, transfer
If the patient is at home or in a nursing home, a DNR order tells medical personnel to not perform _________ and not _______ the patient to hospital.
living will
Advance directive that indicates the kind of health care patient does or does not want under certain circumstances as well as patient's desires for life sustaining treatment.
health care durable power of attorney
Advance directive where patient names someone close to them to make decisions about health care in the event they become incapacitated.
cardiac arrest
Hospital DNR orders tell the medical staff not to revive patient if _____ occurs.
comorbidities
Pre-existing condition that will, because of its presence with a specific principal diagnosis, cause an increase in patient's length of stay.
complications
Additional diagnoses that describe conditions arising after the beginning of treatment and that modifies the course of patient's illness or medical care.
treatment options, patient's diagnosis, treatment/surgery, reason for, complications, success, risks
Informed consent involves the process of advising patient about _____ and disclosure of _____, proposed _____, _____ treatment/surgery, possible _____, likelihood of _____, and _____ if they do not undergo treatment.
risks, benefits, alternatives, understands, consents
An informed consent entry should include an explanation of ________ and _______ of treatment/procedure, _________ to treatment/procedure, and evidence that the patient _______ and _________ to undergo treatment/procedure.
chief complaint
Patient's description of their medical condition in their own words.
history, database, emergency record, discharge summary
Chief complaint is documented in the _____ or, in the POR, the _____. It is also located in the _______ and _____.
uniform ambulatory care data set
This is the minimum core data set collected on Medicare and Medicaid outpatients.
uniform hospital data discharge set
The minimum core data set collected on individual hospital discharges for Medicare and Medicaid.
CMS
Both UACDS and UHDDS are maintained by ______.
30, 24 hrs
JC and CoP requires a complete physical exam to be performed no more than _______ days prior to admission or within ______ after admission
neonatal record
Newborn's record containing the birth history, newborn identification, physical exam, and progress notes.
birth history
This is a summary of pregnancy, labor and delivery, and newborn's condition upon birth.
newborn identification
This contains newborn's footprints and fingerprints.
newborn progress notes
These contain information gathered by nurses in the nursery including vital signs, skin color, intake and output, weight, medications and treatments, and observations.
newborn physical exam
An assessment of the newborn's condition immediately after birth including time and date of birth, vital signs, birth weight, head and chest measurements, general appearance, and physical findings.
newborn notes
These contain information gathered by nurses in the nursery.
autopsy report
This documents macroscopic/ microscopic exam of vital organs and tissue specimens to determine cause of death and extent of disease.
patients clinical history, macroscopic, microscopic, external appearance, internal examination, contributing factors, clinical pathologic, authentication
Elements of the autopsy report include: (1) summary of ________; (2) detailed results of ________ and ______ findings, including ______ and _______ by body system; (3) __________ that led to death; (4) __________ correlation; (5) _______ by pathologist.
health information manager
This person is responsible for educating physicians/health care providers about proper documentation procedures and policies.
attending physician
The major responsibility for an adequate patient record rests with the _____.
attending physician
This person is responsible for performing an admission history and physical exam on the patient in a hospital.
attending physician
This person is responsible for dictating a discharge summary to document care provided to patient during inpatient hospitalization.
health information managers
This person ensures the delivery of quality health care.
color coding
The assignment of color to primary (and maybe secondary) patient numbers or letters used for filing patient records.
sides, edges
In color coding, color bars are placed on the ______ or _____ of file folders.
same, misfiling
Primary and secondary numbers have _____ color pattern. This prevents ______.
primary
The most common approach is to assign color codes to the _____ number used for filing.
discharge order
Final physician order documented to release a patient from a facility.
encounter form
Commonly used in physician offices to capture charges during an office visit; consists of a single page containing a list of common services.
superbill
An encounter form is also known as a _____.
patient identification, financial data, diagnosis, office procedures, lab tests, injections
An encounter form consists of _____, _____, _____, _____, _____, and _____.
reasons for hospitalization, diagnoses, procedures, findings, treatment, services, condition, instructions
A discharge summary documents the _____; _____; _____ performed; _____, _____, and _____ provided; patient's _____ at discharge; and _____.
health information
Forms control and design is usually the responsibility of the ________ department.
forms committee
This is sometimes established to oversee the control, design, and approval of forms.
interval history
Documents a patient's history of present illness and any pertinent changes and physical findings that occurred since a previous inpatient admission if patient was readmitted within 30 days after discharge for same condition.
30 days, same condition
An interval history can only be done if the patient was readmitted within _____ after discharge for _____.
original, attending physician
With regard to an interval history, the ______ must be made available to _____.
obstetrical record
Mother's record containing an antepartum record, labor and delivery record, and postpartum record.
antepartum record
This is started in the physician's office and includes the health history of the mother, family and social history, pregnancy risk factors, care during pregnancy, medications, etc.
labor and delivery record
This details the progress of the mother from the time of admission through the time of delivery.
labor and delivery record
Includes time of onset contractions, severity of contractions, medications, vital signs, and progression of labor.
postpartum record
This provides information concerning the mother's condition after delivery.
master patient index
Facility keeps a _____ used to locate a patient's record.
master patient index
Links a patient's medical record number with common identification elements.
master patient index
In physician offices that do not assign medical record numbers, a ______ is not necessary.
soundex
Phonetic indexing systems that allows surnames that sound alike, but are spelled differently, to be filed together.
master patient index cards, foreign sounding names
Soundex has been adopted by health care facilities to organize _________ in communities with large populations of _________.
sound, sound alike, spelled differently
In the soundex system, MPI cards are filed according to _____ rather than spelling; surnames that _____ but are _____ are filed together.
open shelf file
Type of file that resembles a bookshelf; a six to eight shelf unit.
twice, drawer file cabinet, 10%
Open shelf file provides ______ as much filing space as standard ________ and requires less than _____ additional floor space.
end tab
Open shelf file uses ______ folders.
lateral file
Two to eight shelf unit with retractable doors.
top tab
Lateral file uses _____ folders.
movable file
Type of file mounted on a track and are moved by manual hand crank or motorized systems
end tab
Movable files use _____ folders.
compressible
Movable files are also called ______ files.
power filing machines
Files designed to utilize ceiling height rather than floor space.
end tab
Power filing machines use ____ folders.
vertical file
Traditional file cabinet where records are stored in a drawer.
top tab
Vertical files use ____ folders.
visible file
Type of file that allows user to easily view contents of file drawer.
centralized filing
Type of filing system where patient records are organized in one central location under control of the health information department.
identified, equipment, supplies, space, personnel, one location, services, security
Advantages of the centralized filing system include: (1) responsibility for record keeping easily _______; (2) effective use of _____, _____, _____, and ______ is made; (3) patient records are located in _______; (4) consistent _____ provided to all users; (5) allows improved ______.
decentralized filing
Type of filing system where patient records are organized throughout the facility in patient care areas under control of the department that creates and uses them.
providers, extra space, filing, retrieval
Advantages of the decentralized filing system include: (1) records are located near ______ that create and use them; (2) no ______ is needed in the health information department; (3) providers control _____ and _____.
confusion, fragmented documentation, multiple locations, maintain, uniformity, consistency
Disadvantages of the decentralized filing system include: (1) ______ can occur as to where patient information may be; (2) _______ can result because information may be filed in _______; (3) providers may not know how to properly ______ records; (4) lack of _____ or ______ in record keeping.
pneumatic tube
Type of circulation system where a record is transported in a tube through a tunnel.
dumbwaiter
Type of circulation system where a small elevator transports records from one floor to another.
conveyor belt
Type of circulation system that uses a belt instead of a tube to transfer record from one area to another.
10
The number of linear filing inches storing current patient records is 800. 1300 additional filing inches will be needed for expansion. The shelving unit has 7 shelves with 30 inches of storage on each shelf. How many shelving units are needed?
disease, procedure, physician indexes
_____, _____, and _____ contain data abstracted from patient records and entered into a computerized database.
disease
Index organized according to ICD 9 CM disease codes.
Procedure
Index that is organized according to ICD 9 CM and/or CPT/HCPCS procedure/service codes.
physician
Index that is organized according to numbers assigned by facility to physicians who treat inpatients and outpatients.
demographic, financial, medical
Index databases frequently contain ______, ______, and ______ information
applications, accreditation, medical, statistical, quality review
Indexes are used to complete ________ for ______, _____ and ______ reports, and facility-wide _____ studies.