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EHR CH 4
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A project (or charter) leader for the move from paper based to electronic records should:
Provide clear direction for staff during the implementation process
The initial planning process for transitioning to the EHR might include:
Performing research on EHR products
Networking with other practices about their
Preparing relevant information for staff meetings
Assigning a project leader
An office that uses EHR for new patients and paper-based records for established patients is termed:
A modified hybrid office:
Uses paper records only until the old records can be entered into the EHR
Which of the following is NOT criteria for choosing an electronic health record vendor?
A system that can only be accessed by the medical office and not by other health care entities
Which professional organization publishes an annual EHR user satisfaction surgery?
If the user purchases the software and installs it on the practice's own server, this is called:
Client server model
If the EHR is purchased as a subscription arrangement, and the user pays a monthly fee, this is called:
Application service provider
The application (i.e., the software) resides at the EHR's central data center, where the data (namely, patient files) are stored. This information is accessed via a secure Internet connection called a(n):
Virtual private network
A __________ is a set of related tasks needed to complete a step in a business process.
In point-of-care (POC) documentation:
Documentation is done by the provider during or immediately after the patient encounter
Which of the following is an example of a fraudulent practice in the EHR?
Having batches of documents display the same date and time
Documentation audits should verify the following:
Procedures performed or services rendered are consistent with the conditions diagnosed and treatment or services billed
Progress notes show no evidence of cloning
Prescribing activities are transparent and well documented
Information may be entered into the patient chart in the following way:
Data input from interfaced systems
Voice recognition technology
__________provides a thorough description of the patient's clinical presentation, helps flesh out the patient's yes or no answers to questions about history and review of systems, and describes abnormal findings on physical examination.
unstructured data entry
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recommend introducing the computer to the patient using the three C's:
connect, collaborate, and close
Which of the following is NOT a goal of the Meaningful Use Incentive Program?
Increase the cost of EHR systems
All are Core objectives of the Meaningful Use program EXCEPT:
Implement drug formulary checks
Which of the following is a Core Objective added to the Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements?
Use of secure electronic messaging to communicate with patients
A network of practices may spend as long as 5 years completing the pre-implementation process.
Interoperability is a minimal concern when implementing an EHR program because it is most important for the office to have the entire access to the EHR.
Larger practices have more leverage in negotiating software price.
A job list is a set of related tasks needed to complete a step in a business process.
Perhaps the most difficult new workflow for some clinicians to adapt to is point-of-care (POC) documentation, which means that documentation is done by the provider during or immediately after the patient encounter.
Point-of-care documentation may initially increase the burden on providers, who used to be able to delegate many documentation activities.
Structured data entry allows the doctor to customize the documentation for each patient.
EHR template that suggests points to cover without supplying full sentences is called unstructured data entry.
Customization is a quick process that allows practices to make appropriate changes or additions seamlessly.
Training needs will vary depending on the level of computer experience for the individual.
EHR access and operating privileges will vary from user to user.
Many insurance companies now offer incentives for medical offices implementing EHR.
Medical practices can use the CDS tools in their EHR to track quality measures not necessarily linked to reimbursement, such as the percentage of eligible patients in the practice who have received a flu vaccination.
The Meaningful Use incentive program will give providers up to $60,000 per provider for the implementation of electronic medical records.
One of the goals of the Meaningful Use Incentive Program is to engage patients and family members as active participants in their health.
The Meaningful Use Incentive Program is divided into 4 stages.
Stage 1 of the Meaningful Use program is referred to as Data Capture and Sharing stage.
Stage 2 of the Meaningful Use program has been pushed back to 2017.
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