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___________________ Certificates are reported and filed with the state registrar.
a) BIRTH b) DEATH c) EXPRESSED d) IMPLIED
_____________________are numbers collected for the population of live births, deaths, fetal deaths, marriages, divorces, induced terminations of pregnancy, and any change in civil status that occurs during an individual’s lifetime.
a) VITAL STATISTICS b) SUBPOENA DUES TECUM c) DEATH d) EXPRESSED
__________________consent implies the patient understands.
a) INFORMED b) Birth c) Vital Statistics d) Implied
____________________consent does not have to be spoken.
a) IMPLIED b) INFORMED c) EXPRESSED d) Subpoena Dues Tecum
______________consent can be written or spoken.
a) EXPRESSED b) INFORMED c) IMPLIED d) Subpoena Dues Tecum
____________________ is a Latin, legal term that commands a witness to appear with certain medical records before the court.
a) Subpoena Dues Tecum b) EXPRESSED c) IMPLIED d) INFORMED
A statute that provided grants to qualified organ procurement organizations and established an Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network to assist in the distribution of unused organs outside of their geographic area
a) National Organ Transplant Act b) Uniform Anatomical Gift Act c) Good Samaritan Act d)
Protects physicians and sometimes other Health care practitioners and laypersons from charges of negligence or abandonment if they stop to help the victim of an accident or emergency
a) National Organ Transplant Act b) Uniform Anatomical Gift Act c) Good Samaritan Act d)
A national statute allowing individuals to donate their bodies or body parts, after death for use in transplant surgery, tissue banks, or medical research
a) National Organ Transplant Act b) Uniform Anatomical Gift Act c) Good Samaritan Act d)
The medical record itself is the property of the owners of the facility where they were created.
a) True b) False c) d)
The information contained in a medical record is the property of the patient.
a) Ture b) False c) d)
When making a correction it is not acceptable to note near the correction as to why it was made (e.g. “error, wrong date”
a) True b) False c) d)
When making a correction, it is acceptable to use correction fluid or to erase.
a) True b) False c) d)
When a subpoena dues tecum is enforced the need for a patient’s written consent to release medical records is waived.
a) True b) False c) d)
It is not necessary to conscientiously compile medical records because they do not take precedence over a patient’s recollection during a trial.
a) Ture b) False c) d)
Medical Records are a collection of old, dusty financial records.
a) True b) False c) d)
Medical records serve as legal documents in lawsuits.
a) True b) False c) d)
When making a correction it is acceptable to write or type the correct information above or below the original line or in the margin.
a) True b) False c) d)
________________ Certificates in many states must be signed within 24-72 hours.
a) DEATH b) BIRTH c) IMPLIE d) INFORMED
Public health statues
a) Guard against unsanitary condition in public facilities. b) Inspecting establishments where food and drink are processed and sold. c) Exterminating pests and vermin that can spread disease. d) All of the above
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