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Integrated Electronic health records (Key Terms) Chapter 1-2

Application Software that has a special purpose, such as word processing, spreadsheet, or for a particular industry such as practice management or electronic health record software. Care provider Term used to refer to physicians, physicians’ assistants, dentists, psychologists, nurse practitioner, or midwife. Clearinghouse A service that processes data into a standardized billing format and checks […]

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Health delivery systems

HMO act of 1973 Federal legislation enacted by the Nixon administration that provided loans and grants for the planning, development, and implementation of combined insurance and healthcare delivery organizations and required that a comprehensive array of preventative and primary care services be included in the HMO arrangement Financial risk-sharing A concept used by MCOs to […]

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health topic test 12

The skeletal system serves all of the following functions EXCEPT: The skeletal system aids in the production of hormones that signal muscle and hair growth. All of the following are functions of smooth muscles EXCEPT: Heart beat A signal from the nervous system that is sent from the brain to the hand would follow a […]

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Health Test 1

Positive Psychologists have found that happiness involves which three components? Positive emotion, engagement, meaning How does service learning encourage students to take a positive role in their community? Service learning teaches students how to get involved in the lives of others and/or service learning teaches students to be leaders in their community Organized religion and […]

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Medical Documentation and the Electronic Health Record

ARRA American Recovery and Reinvestment Act C level of history or examination comprehensive [level of history or examination] CC chief complaint CCU coronary care unit D level of history or examination detailed dx/Dx diagnosis ED/ER emergency department or emergency room EHR electronic health record E/M service evaluation and management EMR electronic medical record EPF level […]

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Health

Why is health education called an emerging profession? It’s between a profession and a discipline but not quite just one of them. Name seven characteristics of a profession. Prolonged training base, requirements for entry, specialized body of knowledge and expertise, standards of practice, autonomy, commitment to serving a significant social value, code of ethics From […]

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Shadow Health Conversation Notes

A proper greeting: 1) uses a friendly tone 2) addresses both yourself and the patient by name 3) States your reason for being there The narrowing and broadening of scope in a health history interview occurs in the contexts of: an organized progression through topics related to patient health How to structure a health interview […]

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Health Test 8

Controlling body weight is best accomplished by: balancing calories, getting regular exercise & maintaining a balanced diet. The # of premature deaths in America per year that are attributed to inactivity & overweight: 100,000 What percentage of American adults are overweight? 67% Weight loss of ___ of body weight is enough to reduce health risks […]

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Health Assessment Ch 4

The purpose of the complete health history to collect subjective data Critical characteristics used to explore each symptom the patient identifies. 1. location- ask the pt. to point to the location 2. character or quality- specific descriptive terms 3.Quantity or severity- qualify the sign or symptom 4.Timing- onset, duration, frequency 5. Setting- where were you […]

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Integrated Electronic Health Records Chapters 4 & 5

You have just entered data into an online form. The box in which you entered the information is known as a/an: field Every form should include the _______________ so that the form’s use is obvious. form name Of the following, which is not part of the patient’s past medical or surgical history? marital status Which […]

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Community Health Nursing Quiz 1

Understand the differences between: CBN, CON, and PHN Community-Based Nursing: -Goal: to manage (acute or chronic care) -Focus: (illness oriented) -Who: (Individuals and Families) -Where: live, work, school (home or community settings) -What: Philosophy: (comprehensive, coordinated and continuous care.) -Trends: On the rise because hospital costs are increasing. -occurs outside of an institution (more secondary […]

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Community Health ATI (ch 1-7)

Ch 1: Overview of Community Health Nursing broad field that allows nurses to practice in a wide variety of settings. -promote the health and welfare of clients across the lifespan and from diverse populations -nurses in the community should understand the foundations of community health, principles, health promotion and disease prevention Foundations of Community Health […]

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RN Community Health 2016 Online Practice A

A community health nurse is planning a presentation for adults who have a family history of Alzheimer’s disease. Which of the following behaviors should the nurse include as an early manifestation of Alzheimer’s disease? -withdrawal from social activities -forgetting the location of common objects -experiencing incontinence -neglecting personal hygiene forgetting the location of common objects […]

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Community Health Nursing Book Questions

A nurse manager at a community agency is developing an orientation program for newly hired nurses. When discussing the differences between community-based and community-oriented nursing, the nurse should include which of the following as examples of community-based nursing? (Select all that apply.) a. A home health nurse performing wound care for a client who is […]

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Community Health ATI

Nightingale’s Theory of Environment Highlights the relationship between an individual’s environment and health. Depicts health as a continuum. Emphasizes preventative care. Health belief model purpose is to predict or explain health behaviors. Preventative health to avoid disease. Emphasizes change at the individual level. Milo’s framework for prevention Complements the health belief model. Emphasizes change at […]

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Health and Safety Final Exam

When considering brain development during the early years, which of the following is the most helpful approach to educating young children? A) Teachers should plan for more whole group learning time and enforce strict rules. B) Teachers should spend the majority of time on basic academics and rote learning. C) Teachers should test children’s cognitive […]

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Ati RN Community Health Online Practice 2016 B

A school nurse is discussing level of prevention with a teacher. Which of the following activities should the nurse identify as primary prevention strategy? Demonstrate proper hand washing- primary prevention is to promote health and prevent disease from developing. A school nurse is conducting hearing screening procedures in an elementary school. Which of the following […]

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PSY1010 CH11 Stress, Health, Human Florishing

resistance he second phase of the general adaptation syndrome (GAS) is characterized by: resistance. exhaustion. an alarm reaction. low blood pressure. patients will blame themselves for their illness Some researchers suggest that there is a link between stress and cancer. However, one danger of focusing on this relationship is that some: healthy people will tell […]

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Health Chapter 3 Vocab

Mental/Emotional Health the ability to accept yourself and others, express and manage emotions, and deal with the demands and challenges you meet in your life Resilient the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis Self-esteem how much you value, respect, and feel confident about yourself Competence having enough skills to do […]

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Health Chapter 1 Review, Health Chapter 1 Vocabulary

Life expectancy The number of years that a person can expect to live is called You can recognize good physical health by seeing a person’s high energy levels. Mental health can be recognized by a strong sense of purpose. Emotional health can be recognized by seeing a person feeling well in terms of reactions and […]

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1.01 What Is Health?

Which activity is a risk to one’s health? Not wearing a seatbelt Which is considered a high priority health issue in United States? Immunizations Which is a US national health goal? Increasing environmental quality Which is an accidental injury? Drowning Which action contributes to social health? Communicating Skills Which aspect of health does being respectful […]

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