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practice management & EHR, chapter 6

past medical history (PMH) patient’s history of medical problems, including chronic conditions, surgeries, and hospitalizations progress notes note documenting the care delivered to a patient, and the medical facts and clinical thinking relevant to diagnosis and treatment patient flow progression of patients from the time they enter the office for a visit until they exit […]

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CPT Ch. 15 Quiz Review: Evaluation and Management

These elements would be part of the ____ history: employment, education, use of drugs. social Bruising would be an element of review of this organ system. Hematologic The level of E/M service is based on: key components, documentation, and contributing factors The HPI must be documented in the medical record by: the physician The examination […]

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PC: Ch. 3 – Evaluation & Management

brief HPI consists of one to three elements of the history of the presenting illness (HPI) care plan oversight a service billed once a month, which includes all care rendered to a patient over a 30-day period of time case management a service provided by an attending physician in which the physician not only supervises […]

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MGMT 100, Test 5

What is a key challenge of retail management? deterring theft at checkout- \”sweethearting\”. Some retailers are using hidden and overt cameras to record cashier behavior on shift What is \”Control\”? monitoring activities What is monitoring activities? ensuring they are accomplished as planned, correcting deviation What are effective control systems? ensures activities lead to attainment of […]

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MGMT Quiz 5

A car company that puts more effort into measuring quality than total units sold most likely wants to excel at ________. A) customer satisfaction B) employee satisfaction C) cost per unit D) efficiency (A) The company is showing its priorities by what it chooses to measure. Since it is concerned with quality, the company is […]

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MGMT Exam #5

A major part of the controlling function of management is to __________. A) formulate strategies B) set standards C) correct performance problems D) structure an organization C) correct performance problems This type of performance measurement format would most likely include graphs, tables and computer outputs. A) Oral report B) Statistical report C) MBWA D) Written […]

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Final for Principles of Management

The sensing versus intuition scale on the Myers-Briggs Types Indicator determines whether as person is oriented toward gathering data or the big picture To reduce dissonance in the workplace, managers are advised to hold _____________ responsible for the causes of the dissonance external factors The fundamental attribution error causes people to tend to attribute successes […]

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Princp of MGMT: Ch. 5

Decisions that managers face that have a dimension of social responsibility are 1. Employee relations, philanthropy, pricing, resource conservation, product quality & safety 2. And doing business in countries that violate 3. Human rights The classical view of social responsibility holds that management’s only social responsibility is to Maximize organizational profits for stockholders The most […]

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MGT Final Part 1

Refer to Oakland Athletics. Beane operates within windows of opportunity; that’s all he can afford. Because compensation trails performance, he must find players on the rise, guys who haven’t caught fire yet but who could. His ability to see potential players creates a positive image for the baseball club’s future. Beane’s ability to provide direction […]

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Strategic Management-Chapter 10

Many people consider it unethical for a firm to be socially irresponsible. True Social responsibility refers to actions an organization takes that are legally required to protect or enhance the well-being of living things. false Sustainability refers to the extent that an organization’s operations and actions protect, mend, and preserve rather than harm or destroy […]

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MGMT 333

An organization’s strengths and weaknesses come from: the internal environment only which of the following builds the budget from a logical base with what is to be accomplished as the starting point? objective and task method Best Buy uses the ______ model: Everyone in the organization has a role in social media. Any employee can […]

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MGT 4113 Ch.1

The U.S. government agency that helps people start small businesses is the U.S. Department of Commerce. F Entrepreneurs are exclusively found in farming-related occupations. F Small-scale entrepreneurs are only allowed to trade in sale of goods and not in trades of service. F Truly entrepreneurial businesses are characterized by imitativeness in their products, services, or […]

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Mgmt test #2

stress depends on Stress depends on both the nature of the demand and the person who confronts it. example of a non-work related, challenge stressor Positive life events are sources of non-work challenge stressors. For example, marriage, the addition of a new family member, and graduating from school are stressful in their own way. However, […]

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Management300Test1

managers articulate a clear organizational vision for the organization’s members to accomplish, and they energize and enable employees so everyone understands the part he or she plays in achieving organizational goals. Leading measure of the appropriateness of the goals that managers have selected for the organization to pursue and the degree to which the organization […]

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Test Answers on MGMT EXAM 3

The three significant disadvantages that teams and teamwork are prone to are initially high turnover, social loafing, and legal risk. False Minority domination tends to be a particular problem in ____. groups of ten or larger Which of the following statements about team training is true? Cross-training is less appropriate for teams of highly skilled […]

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Ch.4 – Ethical and Social Environment: Management

Ethics An individual’s personal beliefs about whether a behavior, action, or decision is right or wrong. Ethical Behavior Behavior that confirms to generally accepted social norms. Unethical Behavior Behavior that does not confirm to generally accepted social norms. Managerial Ethics Standards of behavior that guide individual managers in their work. Code of Ethics A formal, […]

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Management Chapter 4- Ethics and Social Responsibility

The nature of ethics involves – ethical dilemmas – ethics – social contracts Ethical dilemma \”what is the right thing to do?\” – doing the right thing even though doing so might go against self-interest Moral scruples thoughts and feelings that tell a person what is right or wrong – hesitate, debate, and reflect upon […]

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MGT 201 Ch. 4

Globalization The extent to which trade and investments, information, ideas, and political cooperation flow between countries Global mindset The ability to appreciate and influence individuals, groups, organizations, and systems that represent different social, cultural, political, institutional, intellectual, and psychological characteristics MNCs Typically receives more than 25% of its revenue from operations outside its home country […]

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MGMT 303 Chapter 4

Ethical Dilemma Quandry people find themselves in when they have to decide if they should act in a way that helps another person or group and is the right thing to do even if doing so goes against their own self interest Ethics Inner guiding moral principles, values, and beliefs used to analyze a situation […]

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Management, 3e (Hitt) Chapter 9 Motivation

The motivational forces that come from a person are called \”pull\” or external forces. FALSE The category of motivational forces that relates to both internal and external forces focuses on the characteristics of a person’s job or task. TRUE Need hierarchy and acquired needs content theories focus on the identification of external factors of motivation, […]

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Strategic Mgmt – Exams 1 & 2

It is normal for a company’s strategy top end up being a blend of deliberate planned actions to improve the company’s competitiveness and financial performance and as-needed unplanned reactions to unanticipated developments and fresh market conditions. A well-conceived strategy is value creating producing excellence in company performance and is best when the gains are achieved […]

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