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Information Systems for Health Information Technology
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A patient can access his test results by using the
Cloud computing refuse to
Using a computer that is owned and managed by a vendor.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 encouraged
Implementation of the EHR.
Computers in healthcare
began in the 1960's with the use of financial systems
Where would an employee access the form to request reimbursement recent travel?
AHIMA's certification related to data analytics is
_________________ is used to access the status of key indicators.
Applied informatics will assist in improving__________________
The ability for staff to be able to work from home
A trend seen in HIM is ________________?
Health informatics is a multidisciplinary field.
Determine the true statement about health informatics
Which of the following is a data integrity tool?
Within an IS, which tool can be access by the user to get more information about the data field?
Identify the field type that is BEST for entering a gender.
Identify the primary data source.
Drop down boxes
Identify the Best field type for service.
The identification of the individual who recorded a progress note in the health record is known as
Checking for missing information and outliners is known as ______________
Documentation integrity issues includes _____________
Which characteristic of data quality addresses the level of detail of the data collected?
Which attribute of data quality addresses availability of the data collected.
The best choice for field type to assign the health record number is_________________
The term used to describe breaking data elements into the level of detail needed to retrieve the data is
Information collected on a single patient is found in a
What is the term used when queries are limited by words such as "and".
A data dictionary
Which component defines the length of a field?
The user entered the social security number as 123456789 and it was displayed as 123-45-6789. This is an example of a
In a database model the concept of a patient is an example of an _______
A data flow diagram
What tool would one use to illustrate how data moves through the IS
A fact about an entity
An attribute is ______________?
The database model that uses a table as the basis for the design is
That should be created in order to show how users will use the IS?
Implementing a EHR
Which of the following would be a project?
Specifying what you plan to accomplish with an IS implementation is known as___________?
The PERT chart shows if there is slippage in the implementation date. This slippage is shown by
Identifying the specific details in implementing as IS is found in the _____________
The original plan was to create an EHR that will be used for the emergency department, but now the EHR must be used for all outpatient services. This is an example of ________________
A report is sent to the state each month on the services provided. This needs to be listed as part of the _______________?
Identify the tool that shows a work process.
THe RFI (request for information)
The healthcare facility is trying to determine who they will send a RFP to. Identify the tool that can assist in this decision.
The SDLC phase that identifies the functions that are needed in an IS is______________
It allows the healthcare facility to play a significant role in the design of the IS
Justify the decision to be an alpha site.
In order to analyze the RFPs that have been submitted, what tool could be used?
The vendor was scheduled to implement the EHR yesterday but a tornado hit the area and it was unable to. Identify the section of the contract that addresses this.
A contract that is a win-win for both parties
A healthcare facility should strive for what is contract negotiation?
Negotiate the contract
A weighted decision matrix is used to _________________
Which of the following can assist protecting the company's intrest in case the vendor goes out of business?
Controlling how an IS works is impacted by______________
Implementing a new IS and reevaluating and changing processes is known as
Making room for new computers is part of which of the following?
IS A's health record number field allows 8 characters. The same field in IS B allows 12 characters. How is this handled?
What is used to interact with the computer
Where is an update to software loaded first, before the users start using it, to ensure it works as expected?
Which of the follow denotes the go-live model in which the old system and the new system are used at the same time?
Adults need to see relevance
Which of the following is an adult learning principle?
The type of testing that ensures that all components of the IS work together is known as
Support and evaluation
The implementation stage when the team determines what they could have done better is known as
Which of the following software programs should one use to assign the diagnosis and procedure codes?
Automated codebook encoder
Which of the following is the type of encoder that mimics a codebook?
A software program designed to place similar diagnoses codes into organized categories and calculate reimbursement depending on diagnoses and procedural codes is a(n)__________________
Release of information
The information system used to notify requesters of invalid authorization is called a(n)____________________
Which information system would keep track of what health information was sent to authorized requesters?
Diagnostic code assigned from the ICD-O to the patient record and abstract are found in which software program?
Which type of software tracks patients who meet criteria for inclusion such as a specific disease or treatment.
Which information system tracks the location of the paper health record.
Cancer Registry Software
What cancer registry collects the TNM stage?
What software can identify all patients admitted in 20XX due to injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents (MVA)?
What information system helps build data granularity, precision, clarity and more detail in health information?
A physician speaks into a phone and gives a summary of the patient care, which is later transcribed. What type of information system is the physician using?
Healthcare Quality Indicator
To enter the number of units of blood that a patient received during a recent hospitalization, one would use the ______________.
Birth certificate software
What information system would one use to enter data required by the NCHS
Which information system would one be using if one typed out the abbreviation CABG and the phrase coronary artery bypass graft was spelled out.
Which part of an administration information system would be able to identify which surgeries are most profitable for the healthcare facility.
Which information system assists the coding professional is selecting the appropriate code?
Human resources information system
Which information system would be able to identify employee turnover rates in all departments within the healthcare facility?
Typically, a chargemaster is updated from software on a(n) __________ basis.
ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT
Which classification system updates must be implemented and evaluated annually in a facility's chargemaster?
Printing out patient general consent forms
Which of the following would not be done with and MPI system?
What type of report would give administrators structured information in a variety of graphs to better plan facility operations?
Master Patient Index (MPI)
Algorithms are used to match duplicate patients in which of the following information systems?
Executive Information System
What type of information system would be beneficial when developing 10 and 20 year strategic plans for the healthcare facility?
A network of coordinated healthcare providers under the umbrella of a single HCO
What is an IDS?
Which of the following information systems would coordinate the schedules of five physicians and seven nurse practitioners based upon the needs of the patients within an internal medicine group practice?
Routine reports, such as number of admissions and discharges per month or per year, are generated by which information system?
Amount of time needed to perform colonoscopy
The scheduling system knows which of the following?
The area most closely aligned with meeting the Joint Commission's focus on patient safety would be
Which information system typically assigns the patient's health record number to the patient?
What method encodes text from analog paper into bitmapped images that the computer can read it?
Pages that tell the scanner information about the pages that follow are called___________
What term is used for the process of getting and listing specific information about a document so that it can be retrieved easily from a DMS?
A print tracking log is similar to what other function in an EHR or clinical information system?
In a DMS, altering an image in some way, such as highlighting, is referred to as
A PACS system allows the x-ray department to be totally digital, so there is no need for the use of physical
Complete blood count
An RIS system may perform all of the following radiological tests except
The term used to describe viewing images from a remote location is
A computer program that allows two different information systems to communicate with each other is referred to as an
Which of the following data or documents would be used in a PACS?
Nursing information system
Data such as graphic information and activities of daily living would be typically found within which of these clinical information systems
Pharmacy information system
Which of the following clinical information systems easily operates with the CPOE?
A portable method of storage of health data is known as
Another term used interchangeably with telehealth is?
Which of the following personnel typically does not use the clinical information systems directly in their daily tasks?
Improve patient care
A reason to implement and EHR is to
Patient is due for MMR immunization
Which of the following is an example of a reminder
The system that includes patient and patient information from both the patient and the healthcare provider is called the
A health record that contains all health information on a patient from birth to death is referred to as
It is maintain by the patient
Which of the following activities and applications is not within the scope of an EHR system?
The component of the EHR that allows patient to amnage their own data is
Which component of the EHR allows physicians to direct the patient's care by sending orders for prescriptions, lab test, or x-rays?
The United States is rapidly increasing the rate of adoption of EHRs
What is the trend of adoption of the EHR in the United States?
Decrease physical environments that promote healthy behavior.
Which of the following is not a goal of the general population.
Which of he following technologies supports the eight rights of medication administration for patients?
Money is an example of a(n) _______________ to the EHR
Which of the following is a benefit of the EHR?
The EHR is different based on the setting in which it operates
Which statement is true about the EHR?
Thorough and repetitive training
What is one of the techniques that can be performed to lessen the barriers to implementing an EHR?
When an EHR reminds a physician to schedule preventive medicine techniques such as mammograms and colonoscopies for all her patients that may have an impact within the surrounding community, the EHR is impacting which of the following?
Structured data entry
Checkboxes are a method of data entry used in
The ability of different information systems and software applications to communicate and exchange data is referred to as ______________
As healthcare facilities transition to EHRs, what is the term that is used to describe the combination of the paper and electronic medical record?
Improve workflow changes
Which of the following is not an unanticipated effect of implementation of EHRs
What is the software that converts unstructured data into structured data to help assist in automated coding and other processes in the EHR
Health literacy includes understanding discharge instructions
Identify the accurate statement about health literacy
The term used from specialized terminology for a specific group is _____________
The patient wants to schedule an appointment. What should he use?
The patient wants to ensure the physician knows about the dietary supplements he is taking. Where should he record this
Share healthcare experiences with family and friends
Social media is best used to_______________
What term is used to describe the process of physician electronically ordering an antibiotic for a patient and for that patient to pick it up at a specified drugstore?
What concept describes the ability for healthcare providers and their associates, regardless of location, to swap healthcare data seamlessly and meeting all interoperability and national standards to provide patient-centered care?
What principle device describes the unified and smooth exchange of information among various healthcare providers and information systems and software application.
George W Bush
Which president is responsible for the establishment of the ONC and laying the foundation for HIE?
What type of interoperability address the functions of actual computers and other hardware used during HIE?
The hospitals within a seven-county area in Montana have agreed to set up an information exchange for their area according to national standards to share electronic health data to meet needs of their constituents. This describes which of the following?
Equality of treatment and decreasing health disparities
Which of the following is a societal benefit of HIE
Recent research from John Hopkins supports the original Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Medicine report identifying what leading cause of death could be decreased or prevented with the implementation of health information technology
_______________ is a nationwide project with federal and nonfederal agencies providing the data stewardship for 65% of hospitals in all 50 states initially starting as the NHIN.
Healthcare providers using their personal smart phones and other devices and the increase in mobile technology can be summed up in which of the following abbreviations ?
What regulations require healthcare providers who participate in the incentive programs to utilize computer-based patient health records effectively to improve patient outcomes?
The required that vendors prove that their EHR products meet specific and optimal standards is termed_______________>
What is the name of the criteria that healthcare providers must meet to show that they are efficiently using the EHR to show a positive impact on patient care.
Population health reporting
MU is not just to improve the health of one patient but to have an impact on a large portion of patients in a a particular geographic area or diagnosis classification. The way this is monitored is called.
What is the "find and seek" method of HIE performed through an HIO?
The process whereby the HIO has identified the correct person within a healthcare provider's database in order to send it to the requesting provider is termed ________________
The protocols for approving that the HIO can exchange health information between two or more authorized healthcare providers is called __________________
What is the name of the method of patient identification that uses a physical characteristic of the patient, such as fingerprint?
If a patient does not want her ePHI exchanged with other HCOs, that is acceptable and allowable under HIPPA. What is this process called?
________________ refers to a patient giving consent for her personal information to accessible in the HIE.
Messaging standards are the same as ______________
SNOMED is an example of a ________________
Which of the following is used to identify drugs?
Which of the following is used to identify drugs?
What is the term used for a branch of linguistics dealing with the study of meaning, including the ways meaning is structured in language and how changes in meaning and from occur over time?
To be subject to HIPPA, an organization must meet the definition of a(an) _________________________
Improve efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare business processes
One of the purposes of the administrative simplification title is to ________________
Which of the following is an example of the designated standard maintenance organization
Arra made numerous change including ___________________+
Billing Plus is a company that will prepare and submit bill for the hospital. It is a _____________
Allow an equivalent method to be used
A healthcare organization can consider size and complexity of the organization when developing the security plan. This flexibility is called ________________________
Two employees have the same sign-in because they share the same position
Identify which of the following is an example of a security event
Ensuring that data are not altered either during transmission across a network or during storage is _____________.
Human errors are _________________
An example of a technical safeguard is ___________.
Converting data into unintelligible text is know as____________
Identify the type of authentication used when all coders have the same access to ePHI and functionality
The access control used in the EHR requires a username and password. This is an example of _________________.
Our computer system just notified us that Mary Burchfield has just looked up another patient with the same last name. This notification is called a(n) ____________________
Which type of malware can capture keystrokes?
The term to describe viruses and spyware is called_______________
Loss of data due to malware being downloaded onto a computer may be caused by which of the following?
Identify the type of malicious software that denies an organization access to its own information system.
Identify the type of malicious software that appears to be legitimate but then creates pop-ups or other actions
Office of the Inspector General
The oversight of the HIPPA security rule is assigned to ______________
Identify a facility access control
Delete ePHI in mobile devices when they are stolen
Remote wipe is used to _______________
A pacemaker is an example of a(n) __________________
Certified in Healthcare and Privacy and Security
AHIMA has an advance certification that covers security. Identify the exam
________________ is the processes of what and how data is collected, how to store and protect it, and ensuring its quality and integrity
What acronym is used when expressing that if data are not accurate or complete, any conclusions drawn from them will be incorrect?
Which of the following is an organization-wide framework for managing information throughout its lifecycle and for supporting the organization's strategy, operations, regulatory, legal, risk, and environmental requirment
Metadata can be used to ensure ________________
What term is used to describe the degree to how well a goal or an objective is achieved.
The founding principles of IG are based upon what other organization's principles for recordkeeping?
What IGPHC principle identifies the trustworthiness of the information?
What concept describes the management of hardware, software, and all technology components of a healthcare facility?
Valued Strategic asset
What concept describes the newly established importance of health information as a requirement to help a healthcare facility provide the best possible patient care and remain a vital aspect to its community of the future?
What term is used to describe the process and the outcome of linking the organizational structure and resources with the strategy and business environment to achieve performance improvement?
Knowledge of data management
Which of the following is a reason a HIM professional should be a leader in IG?
Design and capture
Which of the following is a building block of EIM?
HIM professionals' role in the business of healthcare has always included which concept of the management of health information?
Computer literacy skills
Which of the following is a "hard skill" regarding technology?
What credential indicates that a person is skilled and knowledgeable about the analysis of acquire data to interpret and apply to the healthcare facility's strategic mission, goals and objectives, and performance improvement initiatives?
The organization that accredits HIM educational programs is _______________
The credentials for someone who graduates from an accredited associate-level HIM program and passes the national examination is?
Which of the following healthcare settings hires out HIM professionals to healthcare facilities?
Identify the skill that an HIM professional has _____________
Entry-level competencies are based on current practices only
Data model development
What is the role of a data architect?
What role designs information systems based on the needs of the user?
Which HIM job title includes the development of the request for proposal?
The HIM role that ensures that data are available is known as___________
Increasing the number of AHIMA members earning graduate degrees
HIMR has several recommendations including ________________
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