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HIT Chapter 4 Review Quiz

HIT chapter 4
lab system
Which of the following is an example of an ancillary system?
a. CDS
c. Lab system
d. PHR
Discrete data are generally entered into an EHR via:
a. Codes
c. Digital dictation
d. Templates
work flow
The ability to electronically put tasks into a queue for someone to perform is called:
a. Coding
b. content management
c. process mapping
d. work flow
CDR (clinical data repository)
What technology is used to manage data from different source systems, including discrete data, scanned images, and digital forms of data:
a. CDR
b. CDS
record locator service
In a Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO), patients would most likely be identified using:
a. Master person index
b. Medical record number
c. Record locator service
d. Unique patient identifier
A special Web page that offers secure access to data is a:
a. Access control
b. Home page
c. Intranet
d. Portal
CDW (clinical data warehouse)
To run an analysis on a large set of data from many patients, the best tool is a:
a. CDR
b. CDW
d. EHR
program to exchange data
An interface is:
a. Device to enter data
b. Protocol for describing data
c. Program to exchange data
d. Standard vocabulary
Standards from which organization would be used for enabling exchange of clinical images:
c. HL7
meaning of a clinical concept
Semantics refers to:
a. Controlled vocabulary
b. Format of a healthcare message
c. Meaning of a clinical concept
d. Use of encoding data in an EHR
Which of the following vocabularies is likely to be used to describe drugs in clinically relevant form:
a. CPT
c. RxNorm
WHen some computers are used primarily to enter data and others to process data the architecture is called:
a. Client/server
b. Local area network
c. Mainframe
d. Web services
Which form of wireless technology is used to beam data between devices in close proximity to one another:
a. Bar coding
b. Bluetooth
c. Ethernet
d. IEEE 802.11
use mirrored processing on redundant servers
What can a healthcare organization implement to help significantly reduce downtime:
a. Acquire storage management software
b. Send data to a remote site via the Internet
c. Store data on RAID
d. Use mirrored processing on redundant servers
Data that describes the data to be entered into an EHR is called:
a. Audit trails
b. Data dictionary
c. Definitional modeling
d. Metadata
best of breed
When a hospital uses many different vendors to support its information system needs, the IT strategy being used is called:
a. Best of breed
b. Best of fit
c. Hospital information system
d. Legacy architecture
implementation plan
A step-by-step approach to installing, testing, training, and gaining adoption for an EHR is referred to as:
a. Implementation plan
b. Migration path
c. Readiness assessment
d. Strategic plan
unit testing
Which form of system testing ensures that each data element is captured correctly:
a. Acceptance testing
b. Integration testing
c. System testing
d. Unit testing
data converson
Which of the following describes the step during implementation when data from an old system are able to be incorporated into the new system:
a. Chart conversion
b. Data conversion
c. System build
d. Table definition
paying for performance
How are helth plans incentivizing providers to use EHRs:
a. Debying paper claims
b. External reporting
c. Paying for performance
d. Requiring use of clinical guidelines
describe contingency plans
If a judge asks a record custodian to attest to the permanence of an EHR, the custodian should:
a. Attest to a retention schedule
b. Describe contingency plans
c. Produce paper back ups
d. Request IT support
access controls
An example of how security of an EHR is afforded is via:
a. Access controls
b. Paper back up system
c. Policies on use and disclosure
d. Stress testing
migration plan
A high level overview if when EHR components will be implemented is:
a. Benefits realization study
b. Implementation plan
c. Migration path
d. Timeline for EHR adoption
patient data entry
A means to reduce the data entry burden for providers but still capture discrete data is:
a. Digital dictation
b. Optical character recognition
c. Patient data entry
d. Speech recognition
data quality
Ensure accurate and timely data entry is:
a. Data comparability
b. Data quality
c. Interoperability
d. Knowledge management