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BPF Final Q Summer 2019
Terms in this set (15)
What is a take away from a presentation prepared by Dr. Steve and Jennifer Troyanovich
, titled "Do the Clothes Make the Healer?"
(A or B on exam)
A. Patients were more likely to return for a second visit to a physician or chiropractor
who was professionally attired than to one who wasn't; and,
B. Patients were more likely to comply with care recommendations from a
professionally attired provider.
A chiropractor that pays something other than money of value in exchange for a referral for more patients has committed what statutorily defined unprofessional conduct?
19) Exploiting patients for financial gain; sales of goods and appliances.
Following a stroke, a chiropractor returns to practice but speech and movement are clearly impaired, if a patient reported chiro to the board and the board ordered a physical exam, under what statutorily defined conduct can they do the board do this?
12) Impairment because of disease or infirmity or drug or alcohol abuse or
Drunk chiro in a train/auto-mobile collison and picture of car was found in newspaper, this gives the board probable cause to undergo an evaluation under what statutory?
6) Habitual intemperance in the use of drugs or alcohol.
A chiro sells products for a multi-level marketing company...under what statutory defined conduct can get him/her in trouble?
16) Fee splitting.
A chiro convicted in 2018 was found taking a half million dollars from 32 patients under "false" pretenses. If convicted, what statutorily defined conduct might the board use against the chrio?
1) Advertising that is false or misleading or guarantees a cure.
A student impersonates another student in trying to take the National Board Exams. What statutorily defined conduct will the board use against the student?
2) Fraud or deception in obtaining a license.
Diplomate vs. Diplomat?
Diplomate: One who holds a diploma in a health care specialty.
Diplomat: One appointed by the government of a country to represent that
country in foreign relations.
Common chiropractic specialty designations?
Occupational Health: D.A.C.B.O.H.
Sports Physician: D.A.C.B.S.P.
Identify common degree abbreviations of non-medical professions?
a. O.D.: Optometrist. Non-M.D. Refraction correction, other procedures vary by
b. D.O.: Osteopath or osteopathic physician. In the U.S., the degree is considered
equivalent to M.D.
c. D.P.M: Podiatrist. Non-M.D. foot and ankle physician and surgeon
d. D.P.T.: Physical Therapist
What is the difference between a professional association and trade association?
a. A professional association works to advance the interests of its members, public access to the services of the profession, advancing the training of members and providing professional standards.
b. Trade groups include companies engaged in the same or similar fields of commerce.
What is the difference between a professional association and licensing board?
A. Professional associations are voluntary, dues-paying groups that work primarily to advance the interest(s) of the profession.
B. Licensing boards are state government agencies that set minimum standards and conduct investigations.
Among these 4, which one is one of Greenwoods attributes of a profession? (JUST LISTING ALL OF THEM)
A specialized body of knowledge
b. Requirement of specialized education
c. Selectivity in Licensure
d. A Code of Ethics
E. An effective means of self-regulation
F. The importance of the work of the group to society
G. Wolfes corollary: the degree to which society holds membranes of the group accountable
Know the ethics rules, few questions based on this list...
a. Highest standards of and best practices.
b. High standards of personal and professional conduct; comply with local laws and rules.
c. Honesty as regards patient's condition, expectation of results, doctor's education, credentials or ability
e. Informed Consent.
f. Don't exploit patient's trust or dependency. Sexual misconduct is just one example.
g. Consultation with other providers.
h. Don't abandon; instead, if you must withdraw, follow process.
i. Free to accept or reject any case, except in an emergency
j. Cooperate and collaborate with other professionals
k. Advertising must be truthful and accurate as to doctor's qualifications and competence, not misleading.
l. Rat on your friends.
m. Avoid conflicts of interest.
n. Stay abreast of new information
A few questions based on the exercise we did in class.. the board has the authority to:
A. Censure or reprimand
b. Order corrective or remedial action
c. Group practice
d. Order alcohol, chemical dependency, physical or psychological exam
e. Order participation with substance monitoring agency
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