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25 terms
MOA- Medical billing terms 9/02/2016
benefit plan
capitation plan
centralized billing office (CBO)
claim
contract issued by a payer under which a covered person may b…
carrier pays the provider based on a designated fee each mont…
specializes in maintaining patient accounting records, filing…
an itemized statement of services and costs from a health car…
benefit plan
contract issued by a payer under which a covered person may b…
capitation plan
carrier pays the provider based on a designated fee each mont…
20 terms
MOA: Medical billing collections terms # 1
-osis
-megaly
hypo-
hyper-
abnormal condition
abnormal enlargment
deficient
excessive
-osis
abnormal condition
-megaly
abnormal enlargment
53 terms
Medical Billing Ch11 MOA (1/7/2015)
When does the billing process start
When does the billing process end
What can a medical administrative be r…
What is the most critical part of the…
At registration
Ends after every charge has been paid and steps in between
A Medical administrative assistant may be responsible for all…
Most critical part of the billing process and one that must b…
When does the billing process start
At registration
When does the billing process end
Ends after every charge has been paid and steps in between
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
26 terms
EKG
Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Flutter
NSR with PAC
Paced Atrial
Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Flutter
24 terms
Phlebotomy Tubes Additives
Clot activator and gel... for serum separ…
Clot activator and gel... for serum separ…
Lithium heparin ... and gel for plasma ... s…
Lithium heparin ... and gel for plasma ... s…
Gold
Red/Gray
Light Green
Green/Gray
Clot activator and gel... for serum separ…
Gold
Clot activator and gel... for serum separ…
Red/Gray
103 terms
Phlebotomy - Allied Health & Medicine
erythrocyte
leukeocyte
thrombocyte
type of blood cell that carries oxygen
red blood cell
white blood cell
platelet
erythrocyte
erythrocyte
red blood cell
leukeocyte
white blood cell
112 terms
Phlebotomy
Order of Blood Draw
Phelbo
tomy
Phlebotomists
1. CLEAR: Cultures with No Additive... 2. LIGHT BLUE: Clotting F…
Refers to veins
Relates to cutting
Collectors of blood
Order of Blood Draw
1. CLEAR: Cultures with No Additive... 2. LIGHT BLUE: Clotting F…
Phelbo
Refers to veins
45 terms
Phlebotomy
When collecting blood from a capillary…
What are the three primary veins used…
How long can a tourniquet be left on?
Where should a tourniquet be placed fo…
wipe away the first drop of blood
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
1 minute
3 to 4 inches above the draw site
When collecting blood from a capillary…
wipe away the first drop of blood
What are the three primary veins used…
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
264 terms
Phlebotomy
phlebo-
-tomy
Venipuncture
What is the purpose of phlebotomy?
veins
cutting
incision of the vein for blood letting
to obtain blood for diagnostic testing and to remove blood fo…
phlebo-
veins
-tomy
cutting
53 terms
EKG
Atrial fibrillation... Absent P waves, ir…
Left Bundle branch block... Widened QRS
Normal Sinus rhythm
Tachycardia
Atrial fibrillation... Absent P waves, ir…
Left Bundle branch block... Widened QRS
61 terms
EKG
The Heart
What is the heart?
Pericardium
Myocardium
The heart is the muscle responsible for the process by which…
The layer or sac that surrounds the heart.
The middle layer.
The Heart
What is the heart?
The heart is the muscle responsible for the process by which…
117 terms
EKG
Atrial Flutter
Bundle Branch Block
First Degree AV Block
Junctional Rhythm
Atrial Flutter
Bundle Branch Block
32 terms
Phlebotomy Order of Draw-Tube Color and Dept.
1. Yellow
2. Light Blue
3. Red
4. Gold, Tiger Top, Red/Yellow/Black
Microbiology - SPS - Blood Cultures - Invert 8-10 times... Blood…
Coagulation - NaC - Platelet Function, Routine Coagulation -…
Glass - Chemistry, Serology, Immunology, Blood Bank - Routine…
Chemistry - SST (Serum Separator Tube) - Serum specimens for…
1. Yellow
Microbiology - SPS - Blood Cultures - Invert 8-10 times... Blood…
2. Light Blue
Coagulation - NaC - Platelet Function, Routine Coagulation -…
35 terms
Phlebotomy Quiz One: Infection Control
OSHA required PPEs for phlebotomy
OSHA recommended methods to prevent de…
OSHA regs require all health care pers…
causative agents
full-length lab coat, goggles, shin-length face shield
using physical means to avoid exposure, such as puncture resi…
Hepatitis B
bacteria, virues, protazoa, fungi
OSHA required PPEs for phlebotomy
full-length lab coat, goggles, shin-length face shield
OSHA recommended methods to prevent de…
using physical means to avoid exposure, such as puncture resi…
22 terms
Phlebotomy Quiz Three
reasons to reject a lab specimen
quality assurance includes:
Patient Bill of Rights
these are all reasons to reject a spec…
patient information in not on the tube label, an additive tub…
specimen collection procedures, specimen transport process, s…
can refuse treatment, does not have to participate in experim…
tube not initialed by the phlebotomist, the blood is hemolyze…
reasons to reject a lab specimen
patient information in not on the tube label, an additive tub…
quality assurance includes:
specimen collection procedures, specimen transport process, s…
24 terms
EKG
EKG or ECG stands for:
What can an EKG detect?
What is the electrical pathway of the…
When the SA node is stimulated, what m…
electrocardiogram
cardiac arrhythmia or dysrhythmia, ischemia, electrolyte imba…
SA node->AV node->Bundle of His->Right and Left Bundle Branch…
Atria contract
EKG or ECG stands for:
electrocardiogram
What can an EKG detect?
cardiac arrhythmia or dysrhythmia, ischemia, electrolyte imba…
28 terms
Phlebotomy
The blood lancet is used for the colle…
The standard point of the lancet to be…
To determine the size of the needle re…
Rubber sleeves on an evacuated tube sy…
skin puncture
2.4mm
smaller
multiple use
The blood lancet is used for the colle…
skin puncture
The standard point of the lancet to be…
2.4mm
378 terms
Medical Terminology
Bruit
Abrasion
Acute
Anterior
The unusual sound that blood makes when it rushes past an obs…
A wound caused by superficial damage to the skin
A disease with a rapid onset and/or a short course
Located towards the front of the body
Bruit
The unusual sound that blood makes when it rushes past an obs…
Abrasion
A wound caused by superficial damage to the skin
26 terms
EKG Ch 2 Durkee Electrical Function of the Heart
contractility
coronary circulation
excitability
T wave
the ability of the heart muscle to shorten in response to an…
transports blood to and from the heart muscle
the ability of the heart muscle cells to respond to an impuls…
represents ventricular repolarization
contractility
the ability of the heart muscle to shorten in response to an…
coronary circulation
transports blood to and from the heart muscle
17 terms
Phlebotomy Tube Tests
glucose
ethanol alcohol
prothrombin time (PT)
partial thromboplastin time (PTT)
gray (or tiger top)
gray
light blue
light blue
glucose
gray (or tiger top)
ethanol alcohol
gray
31 terms
PHLEBOTOMY
CILIA
PH
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE
POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS
SLENDER, HAIRLIKE PROCESSES THAT CONSTANTLY BEAT TOWARD THE O…
THE DEGREE TO WHICH A SOLUTION IS ACIDIC OR BASIC
REASONABLY ANTICIPATED SKIN, EYE, MUCOUS MEMBRANE, OR PARENTE…
TREATMENT ADMINISTERED TO AN INDIVIDUAL AFTER EXPOSURE TO AN…
CILIA
SLENDER, HAIRLIKE PROCESSES THAT CONSTANTLY BEAT TOWARD THE O…
PH
THE DEGREE TO WHICH A SOLUTION IS ACIDIC OR BASIC
10 terms
Phlebotomy
Best Site for Venipuncture
Venipuncture
Dermal Puncture
Injuries can be caused by
antecubital fossa of the upper extremities
Phlebotomy tray containing antiseptic, vacutainers, holder an…
small amount of blood is required... for testing, blood is being…
Failure to activate the safety device after using a needle... A…
Best Site for Venipuncture
antecubital fossa of the upper extremities
Venipuncture
Phlebotomy tray containing antiseptic, vacutainers, holder an…
69 terms
Medical Terminology - Prefixes
a-, an-
ab-
ad-, af-
ambi-, ampho-, amphi-
without, lacking, deficient, not
away from
toward, to, near
both, double
a-, an-
without, lacking, deficient, not
ab-
away from
25 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 5 Med terms
What are the parts of a word?
Words may also contain a ______ added…
a-, an-
brady-
1. The root or main part... 2. A prefix or part at the beginning…
Combining vowel
without, lack of
slow
What are the parts of a word?
1. The root or main part... 2. A prefix or part at the beginning…
Words may also contain a ______ added…
Combining vowel
35 terms
Phlebotomy
Random Urine Specimens
Midstream Specimen
The 24 hour specimen
Testing Urine
Collected for a urinalysis. No special measures are needed. I…
Also called a clean-voided specimen or a clean-catch specimen…
Collected during a 24 hour period. Urine is typically chilled…
Testing for ph measures if urine is acidic or alkaline. Routi…
Random Urine Specimens
Collected for a urinalysis. No special measures are needed. I…
Midstream Specimen
Also called a clean-voided specimen or a clean-catch specimen…
34 terms
Phlebotomy Tests, Anatomy/Physiology, Etc.
Veins
Veins of the Arm
Capillaries
Hemostasis
Median cubital is the first vein of choice. The cephalic is t…
Are microscopic one cell- thick vessels that link arterioles…
The maintenance of circulating blood in the liquid state and…
Veins
Veins of the Arm
Median cubital is the first vein of choice. The cephalic is t…
100 terms
NHA Phlebotomy Study Guide - Pt 1
What are the two circulations of the H…
The pulmonary circulation carries _____?
What kind of valve is the tricuspid va…
The pulmonic valve is situated between…
Pulmonary and Systemic
Deoxygenated blood to the lungs and oxygenated blood from the…
atrioventricle
Right Ventricle (RV) and pulmonary artery
What are the two circulations of the H…
Pulmonary and Systemic
The pulmonary circulation carries _____?
Deoxygenated blood to the lungs and oxygenated blood from the…
80 terms
Phlebotomy Cht 6 Medical Terminology, Anatomy, and Physiology of Organ Systems
acidosis
adrenals
alkalosis
alveolar sacs
pathologic condition existing when the blood pH decrease to l…
endocrine glands that produce hormones as a result of emotion…
a pathologic condition that results when the blood pH increas…
grapelike structures in the lungs that allow for diffusion be…
acidosis
pathologic condition existing when the blood pH decrease to l…
adrenals
endocrine glands that produce hormones as a result of emotion…
31 terms
Common Medical Suffixes
-ac, -al
-algia
-ar, -ary
-ase
pertaining to
pain
pertaining to
enzyme
-ac, -al
pertaining to
-algia
pain
32 terms
Medical terminology
Aden/o
adip/o
algia
cephhal/o
gland
fat
pain
head
Aden/o
gland
adip/o
fat
25 terms
Medical Terminology Lesson 2
-algia
crani-
end-
hemi-
pain
skull
inside, within
half
-algia
pain
crani-
skull
12 terms
EKG Dr. Luciano
Cardiovascular
electrocardiogram
arrhythmia
electrocardiology
related to the hert and blood vessels (veins & arteries
a tracing of the signal produced by the hearts electrical act…
abnormal or absence of normal heartbeat, also known as dysrhy…
the study of the heart's electrical activity
Cardiovascular
related to the hert and blood vessels (veins & arteries
electrocardiogram
a tracing of the signal produced by the hearts electrical act…
43 terms
NHA Phlebotomy Study Guide
Anemia
Atrium
Artery
Bradycardia
A condition of reduced numbers of red blood cells, hemoglobin…
An anatomical cavity or passage; Each of the two upper chambe…
A blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart chamber…
Abnormally slow heartbeat (usually applied to heart rates slo…
Anemia
A condition of reduced numbers of red blood cells, hemoglobin…
Atrium
An anatomical cavity or passage; Each of the two upper chambe…
699 terms
Phlebotomy National Exam Study Guide
OSHA
What vaccination does OSHA require all…
Pulmonary Edema
How much blood can a person donate in…
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
OSHA requires that all health care personnel exposed to blood…
Fluid in the lungs
500 mL
OSHA
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
What vaccination does OSHA require all…
OSHA requires that all health care personnel exposed to blood…
779 terms
Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition Chapter 1, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition Chapter 1 (Hematology Tests), Phlebotomy, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition Chapter 1, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th edition chapter. 1-3, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th edition ch...
An early medical theory developed by _…
One important surgical technique was v…
_____ were used for general phlebotomy…
For localized bloodletting, ___ were u…
Hippocrates
bloodletting.
Fleams
Leeches
An early medical theory developed by _…
Hippocrates
One important surgical technique was v…
bloodletting.
36 terms
Common Medical Prefixes
a-, an-, ar-
ana-
aniso-
anti-
without
again, upward, back
unequal
against
a-, an-, ar-
without
ana-
again, upward, back
31 terms
Medical Billing and Coding Chap 1
Electronic Perscribing
Smoking Status
HIE
HIT
A technology that enables a physician to transmit a prescript…
An example of meeting a meaningful use objective
Heath Information Exchange
Health Information Technology
Electronic Perscribing
A technology that enables a physician to transmit a prescript…
Smoking Status
An example of meeting a meaningful use objective
75 terms
Medical Billing & Coding Heald College: Chapter 3 | Basics of Health Insurance
Health Insurance
Implied Contract
Expressed Contract
Guarantor
A contract between the policy holder or member and the insura…
A contract between physician and patient not manifested by di…
A verbal or written agreement.
An individual who promises to pay the medical bill by signing…
Health Insurance
A contract between the policy holder or member and the insura…
Implied Contract
A contract between physician and patient not manifested by di…
35 terms
CP 36 Dysrhythmias EKG Visual
P Wave.
Q Interval.
R Interval.
S Interval.
What is A?
What is B?
What is C?
What is D?
P Wave.
What is A?
Q Interval.
What is B?
68 terms
Suffixes - Medical Terminology
-ac, -al, -ic -ar, -ial, -ary -ous, -t…
-agra
-algia
-asthenia
pertaining to
excessive pain
pain
lack of strength
-ac, -al, -ic -ar, -ial, -ary -ous, -t…
pertaining to
-agra
excessive pain
70 terms
NHA EKG Certification Study Guide
SA Node
Occlusion
P Wave
Heart to the Right Arm
What is the heart's primary pacemaker?
What is a more medically correct term for the clotting of an…
When the Atria depolarize (or contract), what is shown on the…
aVR picks up from the center of the ___ to the ___ ___. ... (Add…
SA Node
What is the heart's primary pacemaker?
Occlusion
What is a more medically correct term for the clotting of an…
707 terms
Phlebotomy National Exam Study Guide
What vaccination does OSHA require all…
Pulmonary Edema is what?
How much blood can a person donate in…
Patients have the right to what?
OSHA requires that all health care personnel exposed to blood…
Fluid in the lungs
500 mL
Under the Patient Bill Of Rights they always have the option…
What vaccination does OSHA require all…
OSHA requires that all health care personnel exposed to blood…
Pulmonary Edema is what?
Fluid in the lungs
40 terms
CNA Vocab Review #2
dyspnea
Semi-Fowlers
supine
amplitude
Difficulty breathing
lying in supine position with HOB elevated, ideal for respira…
lying on the back or having the face upward
gain or sensitivity, 2 large boxes on EKG (10 mm)
dyspnea
Difficulty breathing
Semi-Fowlers
lying in supine position with HOB elevated, ideal for respira…
50 terms
National Phlebotomy Exam Study Guide - Phlebotomy Training Specialists - UT
What is Quality Assurance?
Briefly explain the area and which to…
What is the addetive in a Light blue t…
What is cyanotic defined as?
A program that guarantees quality through patient care by tra…
Use the medial and lateral areas of the plantar surface of th…
...
Bluish skin color due to lack of oxygen.
What is Quality Assurance?
A program that guarantees quality through patient care by tra…
Briefly explain the area and which to…
Use the medial and lateral areas of the plantar surface of th…
39 terms
Medical Terminology
-cele (sēl)
-constriction (Kŏn-strῐk-shῠn)
-cytosis (sῑ-tō-sῐs)
-derma (dĕr-mᾰ)
hernia
narrowing
a condition of cells
skin
-cele (sēl)
hernia
-constriction (Kŏn-strῐk-shῠn)
narrowing
16 terms
ORDER OF DRAW AND COMMON TEST (PHLEBOTOMY)
The correct order of draw is:
Sentence mnemonic
Lavender top tube
Commont test for Lavender top tube
1.Blood cultures... 2.Light blue top tubes... 3.Serum (red top or r…
BeCause = blood culture... Better = blue top... Specimens = red top…
Contain the (EDTA) inhibit coagulation by binding to calcium…
CBC,includes: RBC, WBC, platelet, hemoglobin, hematocrit, ESR…
The correct order of draw is:
1.Blood cultures... 2.Light blue top tubes... 3.Serum (red top or r…
Sentence mnemonic
BeCause = blood culture... Better = blue top... Specimens = red top…
Phlebotomy Order of Draw, Tubes, Tests, & Additives
Yellow SPS Tube
Light Blue
Red Glass
Red Plastic
Order of Draw: 1... Department: Microbiology... Plasma/Serum:... Addit…
Order of Draw: 2... Department: Coagulation... Plasma/Serum: Serum…
Order of Draw: 3... Department: Chemistry, Blood Bank, Serology,…
Order of Draw: 3... Department: Chemistry... Plasma/Serum: Serum... Ad…
Yellow SPS Tube
Order of Draw: 1... Department: Microbiology... Plasma/Serum:... Addit…
Light Blue
Order of Draw: 2... Department: Coagulation... Plasma/Serum: Serum…
100 terms
NHA Phlebotomy - Study Guide - Part 2
Defined what a direct contact transmis…
What do you use to disinfect a surface…
When you explain the venipuncture proc…
When failing to provide reasonable sta…
Skin to Skin
Bleach
informed consent.
negligence
Defined what a direct contact transmis…
Skin to Skin
What do you use to disinfect a surface…
Bleach
779 terms
Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition Chapter 1, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition Chapter 1 (Hematology Tests), Phlebotomy, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th Edition Chapter 1, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th edition chapter. 1-3, Phlebotomy Essentials 6th edition ch...
An early medical theory developed by _…
One important surgical technique was v…
_____ were used for general phlebotomy…
For localized bloodletting, ___ were u…
Hippocrates
bloodletting.
Fleams
Leeches
An early medical theory developed by _…
Hippocrates
One important surgical technique was v…
bloodletting.
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