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Which of the following is true about organizational structures in health care facilities?
helps a facility to run smoothly by outlining the responsibilities of the employees
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Which of the following is true about health care facilities?
Facilities should have a mission and measurable goals
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Documentation of interventions is provided to insurance companies for billing and reimbursement. Which Federal guidelines do health care facilities follow when providing patient information to other agencies?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
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What percent of adults have difficulty using the everyday health information that is routinely available in health care facilities, retail outlets, media, and communities? a. 30 b. 50 c. 70 d. 90
d. 90
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For the most part, can prescription drugs be purchased by hospitals or health care facilities?
No the prescription drug marketing act of 1987 prohibits that.
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A federal grant for states to afford increasing health care facilities would be an example of a:
categorical grant
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A patient diagnosed with schizophrenia tells the nurse, “The CIA is monitoring us through the fluorescent lights in this room. Be careful what you say.” Which response by the nurse would be most therapeutic? a. “Let’s talk about something other than the CIA.” b. “It sounds like you’re concerned about your privacy.” c. “The CIA is prohibited from operating in health care facilities.” d. “You have lost touch with reality, which is a symptom of your illness.”
ANS: B It is important not to challenge the patient’s beliefs, even if they are unrealistic. Challenging undermines the patient’s trust in the nurse. The nurse should try to understand the underlying feelings or thoughts the patient’s message conveys. The correct response uses the therapeutic technique of reflection. The other comments are non-therapeutic. Asking to talk about something other than the concern at hand is changing the subject. Saying that the CIA is prohibited from operating in health care facilities gives false reassurance. Stating that the patient has lost touch with reality is truthful, but uncompassionate.
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Compared with the world pattern of crude birth rates, the world pattern of crude death rates shows (A) more variation because of the vast inequalities in minimal health care throughout the world (B) less variation because of the general availability of minimal health care facilities throughout the world (C) equal variation because of the offsetting effect of birth and death rates throughout the world (D) no variation (E) high variation because of the high infant mortality in some world regions