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CLCD 4 Quiz 1
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What three diseases are most of the concern over HAIs?
HIV/AIDS, Hep B, Hep C
Name the Type of transmission:
1.- including touching & sexual means
2.- via an inanimate object (fomite)
3.- recipient is bitten by an insect or animal (the vector)
4. - from contaminated food or drink
5.- expelled through coughing, sneezing, talking
6. hitches a ride on dust or evaporated droplets
1. direct physical contact
2. indirect contact
What types of transmission can blood be transmitted?
direct contact, sexual, or fomite (indirect)
What is the government agency that implements & enforces regulations concerning safety in the workplace.
What is the government agency providing information & recommendations on a wide array of topics related to health.
which is more updated: universal or standard precautions?
standard. these are updated CDC recommendations.
-universal is old CDC recommendations that were later adopted by OSHA
What is OPIM?
other potentially infectious materials.
-body fluids, unfixed tissue or organs
What is a negative obligation of autonomy
autonomous actions should not be subject to controlling contrains by others
What is a positive obligation of autonomy?
required respectful treatment in disclosing information and fostering autonomous decision making.
What is the term that refers to the duty to refrain from causing harm, above all do not harm, one ought not inflict evil or harm
What is the term that asserts the duty to help others further their important and legitimate interests
What ethical principle trumps others?
what are the four topics to consider when making ethical decisions?
Medical indications? Patient Preferences? Quality of Life? Contextual Features?
What is medical futility?
no realistic chance of achieving the goals of medicine.
Match the following:
1. very unlikely to produce either a desired phsyologic effect of a personal benefit
2. clearly futile in achieving its physologic objective and no phsyiologic benefit is obtained for patient
3. if physiologic effects have non beneficial effects for patient
what are three examples of advanced health care directives?
living will, personal directive, advance decision
When does ICD 10 CM take into affect?
Oct. 1st 2014
What dos ICD stand for?
International Statistical Classification of Diseases
How many characters are in ICD 10
addition of up to seven
The medical necessity rule states there must be connection between the ____ and the corresponding _____.
diagnosis; CPT code
Who must decide what is medically necessary care for a given diagnosis and bill accordingly?
______ of office visits are undercoded.
What are the code ranges for the following:
New office patients
Established office patients
Initial hospital patients
Subsequent hospital patients
99201-99205: New office patients
99211-99215: Established office patients
99221-99223: Initial hospital patients
99231-99233: Subsequent hospital patients
99238 & 99239: Discharge services
T or F: you can bill inpatient and/or outpatient consults with medicare/medicaid
FALSE: you can no longer do this
What is difference between new patient and established patient?
a new patient has had no care by any member of the billing physicians specialty and practice group within 3 years.
What is ALWAYS required in billing?
CC: follow up ON DIABETES. not just follow up
How many systems are recognized by MediCare on ROS? Physical Exam?
14; 12 (no immunologic or endocrine)
If you are billing at a level 99215 what needs be documented?
MUST have the requirement in ROS HPI etc for each thing.
What are the three components of Medical Decision Making?
Diagnoses/problems; data; risk
If ______ of patient encounter is spent with face to face counseling you can bill for counseling time.
>50%. BUT MUST DOCUMENT TOTAL TIMES FOR EACH
Are suture repair of lacerations and setting fractures critical care?
Critical care coding is used ro report each additional ______ minutes beyond _______.
30; 1st hour
An attending must directly supervis all patients in the following settings:
All ____ patients
All patients seen by resident in frist ____ months of training.
All patients billed >/= level ____.
all new patients
T or F: you must have a supporting ICD 10 for each CPT (procedure)
TRUE. must must
EX: ICD 10 for deydration, htn, cardiomegaly cannot do a EKG
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