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2018-2019 - Medical/Insurance Terms And Abbreviations.[print questions]

A collection of data recorded when a patient seeks treatment is called
a) Ownership
b) Medical records
c) Doctrine of Professional Discretion
d) Documentation

Death certificates must be signed within 24-72 hours in most states
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

HIPAA imposes penalties for breaches of confidentiality regarding medical records that identifies a patient by name
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Also called statutes laws passed by legislative bodies(e.g. federal, Congress, and state legislature
a) Statutory Law
b) Record Retention
c) Subpoena
d) Subpoena dues tecum

An order of the court that requires a witness to appear at a particular time and place to testify
a) Subpoena
b) Subpoena dues tecum
c) Statutory Law
d) Record Retention

requires documents (e.g. patient records) to be produced
a) Subpoena dues tecum
b) Subpoena
c) Statutory Law
d) Record Retention

private information shared between a patient and a health care provider
a) Privileged Communication
b) Privacy Rule
c) Privacy Act of 1974
d) Qui tam

Information that identifies an individual such as name address, telephone number, date of birth(DOB), Medicaid ID # , medical records # Social security #(SSN and name of employer
a) Protected Health Information (PHI)
b) Privileged Communication
c) Privacy Rule
d) Qui tam

Latin means: ”Who as well for the king as for himself sues I this matter” this allows a private citizen to file a lawsuit against U.S government
a) Qui tam
b) Protected Health Information (PHI)
c) Record Retention
d) Statutory Law

storage of documents for an established period of time mandated by federal and/or state law
a) Record Retention
b) Statutory Law
c) Subpoena
d) Subpoena dues tecum

File that contains documents of patients med HX, record of care, progress notes, correspondence and billing information
a) Medical Records
b) Deposition
c) Confidentiality
d) Breach of Confidentiali

Unique identifier assigned to health care providers
a) National Provider Identifier (NPI)
b) Precedent
c) Privacy Rule
d) Protected Health Information (PHI)

HIPAA provision that creates national standards to protect an individual’s personal health information and medical records
a) Privacy Rule
b) Privileged Communication
c) Privacy Act of 1974
d) Qui tam

Forbids the Medicare carrier (insurance Carrier)from disclosing information other than: Date claim was received by carrier(insurance Company), date claim was paid, denied, or suspended
a) Privacy Act of 1974
b) Privacy Rule
c) Precedent
d) Privileged Communication

Ensuring that information is accessible only to those authorized to have access
a) Confidentiality
b) Deposition
c) Criminal Law
d) Breach of Confidentiality

legal proceedings which a party answers questions under oath but not in open court
a) Deposition
b) Confidentiality
c) Criminal Law
d) Medical Records

Standard
a) Precedent
b) Privacy Rule
c) Qui tam
d) Medical Records

public law governed by statute or ordinance that deals with Crime and its prosecution
a) Criminal Law
b) Civil Law
c) Breach of Confidentiality
d) Confidentiality

Unauthorized release of patient information to a third party
a) Breach of Confidentiality
b) Civil Law
c) Criminal Law
d) Confidentiality

areas of law not classified as criminal
a) Civil Law
b) Criminal Law
c) Confidentiality
d) Deposition

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