4N051 CDC Set A Volume 1
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How is doctrine applied?
Authoritative but not directive
Which of the following is the primary guide used by Air Force Medical Service Commanders to accomplish their mission?
AFDD 2-4.2, Health Services
Why is Medical Doctrine necessary?
Guides commanders in using assets
What type of doctrine guides organization and employment of forces within distinct objectives, but is broad in its functional areas and operational environment?
Tactical Doctrine can be explained best by which of the following examples?
A car buyer because they can choose specific qualities to fit their individual needs such as speed or safety factors
Which of the following is not one of the three foundational doctrine statements airman should be familiar with?
Use of Force
While commanders hold ultimate responsibility for morale, health and wellness of their personnel, who is responsible for maintaining individual health and fitness?
When professional knowledge, medical expertise and technological know-how are combined, what specific Air Force Medical Service Foundational Doctrine is accomplished?
What figure in an Air Force Specialty Codes identifies career grouping?
How many parts make up the Career Field Education and Training Plan?
In what part of the Career Field Education and Training Plan will you locate the Specialty Training Standard?
Where would you find the specific outline of training goals, milestones and circled core tasks for areas requiring training for the enlisted members within an assigned area?
Master Training Plan
Which of the following is identified by a Special Experience Identifier?
Aeromedical Evacuation Technician
Who is generally the first member of a unit to have contact with patients and performs a great deal of care under the guidance of a physician?
Aerospace medical service journeyman
When a formalized training program begins and the trainee is primarily focused on developing patient care skills, customer service skills and beginning to practice leadership and management skills, the trainee is in training to transition from the
apprentice to the journeyman
Why is it important for the 4N0XX to develop excellent customer service?
Positively influence the patients visit
Who may request a 4N0X1 Job Inventory?
Career Field Manager
How often is the 4N0XX Job Inventory normally completed?
Who is responsible for completing the Graduate Assessment Survey?
What is the purpose of documenting training?
Document capability, scope of practice and strength and weakness
On what form would you document specific duty position training that is not listed on the Specialty Training Standard?
AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard Continuation/Command JQS
When may the AETC Form 156, Student Training Report be removed from the Individual Training Record?
When the Airman is upgraded from the 3-skill level to the 5-skill level
Where would the National registry of Emergency Medical Technicians certificate and the cardiopulmonary resuscitation card be filed in the Individual Training Record?
Part 6, Section B
What is a key point that should be considered when conducting in-service training?
Evaluate learning through performance or tests.
What system is the primary tool used to make manpower, budget, and other important resource allocation decisions for medical personnel?
How are activities grouped on the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System?
Type and section
What tool is used to list the personnel assigned to a work center?
Which of the following is a funded manpower requirement that defines the position in terms of function, organization, location, skill, grade and any other characteristic needed to clearly define the position?
Who approves or disapproves an Authorization Change Request?
Who is responsible for the control, care, use and safeguarding of public property under control of the Air Force?
Who is the designated individual that is responsible to ensure adequate storage space for medical supplies and equipment, records are maintained and discipline of supply use?
By training new personnel on proper equipment what is the supervisor likely to prevent?
Equipment damage and injury to a patient
What percentage of medical equipment operation malfunctions are normally attributed to operator error?
What is the name of the product that is generated through DMLSS and lists information pertaining to all supply and equipment items that have been issued to or turned in from a section?
Activity issue/turn-in summary
What actions should the property custodian take if a backorder item is no longer needed?
Attempt to cancel the order through MEMO
What should you do if an item has been on backorder for more than 30 days?
Ask MEMO personnel to check on the order
When does a new property custodian assumes responsibility for items on the property/equipment list?
Upon signing the custodian receipt/locator list
Before taking over an equipment account, the new equipment custodian must
conduct a physical inventory of equipment
when may the AF Form 601 be destroyed?
When the ordered item is added to or taken off the CRL
How often are equipment inspections usually conducted?
What are the three actions to remember when looking for discrepancies with equipment?
Inspect, remove, and report
What is the primary source for recording equipment repair?
AF Form 1297, Temporary Issue Receipt or Custodian actions/custodial report listing
Who should you contact to obtain the most current procedures and local policy for equipment problems or concerns?
Biomedical equipment repair technician
Which of the following defines nonmaleficence?
The duty to do no harm
Which of the following defines fidelity?
Acting in a responsible manner
What specifically defines the scope of practice of the 4N0X1 career field?
What are patient responsibilities designed to do?
Protect other patients and health care workers
Each medical treatment facility must develop a local policy that includes circumstances requiring the presence of a third party during an examination or treatment at the request of the provider or patient for which of the following responsibilities?
During which stage of the grieving process is it most important to allow a patient to do most of the talking?
Which form is used to inform the patient the purpose and uses of information collected in their medical record?
DD Form 2005
Why is the DD Form 2005, Privacy Act Statement-Health Care Records used when providing medical care?
Eliminates the need for a privacy act statement with each medical or dental document
Which category of personnel does the health insurance portability and accountability act affect?
Anyone handling patient information
Which phase of a patient relationship is described by establishing the identity and role of the patient and the health care worker and clarifying the reason for the appointment or hospitalization?
For general guidance regarding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, use?
DOD Regulation 6025. 18-R
Which of the following is considered a barrier to effective communication?
Talking too much
Who is considered the patient advocate?
Every staff member
Who is an excellent resource to guide a patient that is having difficulty understanding facility procedures or off-base referral services?
the patient advocate
What is the purpose of the Patient Advocacy Program?
Provide an unbiased third party
What is the purpose of customer service surveys used in the medical treatment facility?
Collect feedback and determine ways to better serve the patients
Should technicians give medical advice over the telephone?
No; advice over the phone leads to inaccurate self treatment and is legally risky
How should you handle a non-emergent telephone call for the provider if he/she is with a patient and the caller does not want to hold?
Take a message and hand it to the provider at the earliest opportunity
Which of the following is an appropriate way to help relieve a patients stress?
Remain honest and in control to decrease the patients anxiety
Analysis of performance and health status is the responsibility of which primary care management team member?
What four components make up the PCM team?
Provider, Nurse, medical technician and health services management technician
When a PCM team is successful in achieving the team goal, what must each member do?
Contribute at their highest level of scope of practice
It is important for a health care team to work in harmony to ensure
the best care is provided to our customers
Which one of the following is not a habit of successful PCM teams?
Who is ultimately responsible for establishing an individuals eligibility for medical care in the defense enrollment eligibility reporting system?
At what age are children required to have their own ID cards?
When a patient requests medical care but has questionable eligibility, you should
have a nurse or other competent medical authority perform a risk assessment
If a patient has an emergency and you do not know if they are eligible for care, you should
provide the patient care and then determine eligibility
Patients treated without initial proof of eligibility must sign a statement saying they will provide eligibility documentation within what time frame?
When confirming a patients information, which of the following information systems would you rely on to capture, edit and maintain sponsor/family demographics?
Enrollment information from DEERS is sent to the MTF at least
If you are working in CHCS, what function would not be available for you to use?
Outpatient coding data
If you are trying to determine the deployment status of a unit, what system should you use that will support Force Health Protection, Population Health, and MHS optimization?
When patient care is not documented what can be assumed about the patients treatment?
No care or treatment was accomplished
Before managed care, who shouldered the responsibility for follow-up care?
The ICD-9 is divided into how many sections?
What does the abbreviation NEC stand for when used in ICD-9?
not elsewhere classified