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American Hospital Association Following The Rules Health Care Practitioner Information Theory National Drug Code Personal Digital Assistants Storage And Retrieval
icd 9 cm quiz – Flashcards 93 terms
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Carmen Dawson
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Affordable Care Act Closed Circuit Television False Claims Act Health Care Plans Health Care Practitioner Managed Care Plans Patient Centered Medical Home Primary Care Physician
Chapter 3 Review Answers – Flashcards 32 terms
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Joan Grant
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Health Care Practitioner Less Than One Year
Legal Concept of Medical Practice – Flashcards 86 terms
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Bettina Hugo
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Civil Law Drug Abuse Prevention Drug Abuse Prevention And Control Food And Drug Administration Health Care Practitioner Pure Food And Drug Act
NAPSR/CNPR Exam 263 terms
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Paula Corcoran
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Birth And Death Birth And Death Rates Health Care Practitioner Medical Sociology Medicare And Medicaid Population Geography Sociology World Health Organization
Sociology in Modules Ch 17 – Flashcards 16 terms
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Henry Lowe
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If a patient refuses treatment, what legal options remain for the health care practitioner in charge?
*A patient cannot be forced to accept treatment, evaluation, or testing. *His decision to decline should be documented in his patient record. Ideally, his refusal should be obtained in writing, but should definitely be noted in his record.
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contains disciplinary actions against dentists. and other health care practitioners, including nurses
National Practitioner Data Bank
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__ __ __ reflect the public’s demand to be served by qualified health care practitioners.
State licensing laws
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Name five reasons often cited for the suing of health care practitioners by patient and their families.
*To prevent the perceived injury from happening to anyone else *to receive an explanation *to get an admission of negligence *I was angry *to punish the doctor
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A health care practitioner who practices the “four Cs of medical malpractice prevention” finds two important benefits related to one of the “Cs”—that is, improvement in patients’ medical conditions and the decreased likelihood that they will sue. Which “C” is most likely to provide these benefits?