The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970

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Question 21 (1 point)

A pharmacist who submits Medicaid claims for reimbursement of brand name drugs when less expensive generic drugs were actually dispensed has committed the crime of:

Question 21 options:

A)

Product’s liability

B)

Perjury

C)

Fraud

D)

Criminal negligence

Question 22 (1 point)

Unlike binding arbitration, the decision of a screening panel is

Question 22 options:

A)

not arbitrary and is not imposed as a condition precedent to trial

B)

conducted in lieu of a trial

C)

not binding and is imposed as a condition precedent to trial, whereas arbitration is conducted in lieu of a trial

D)

binding and is imposed as a condition precedent to trial

Question 23 (1 point)

The doctrine that provides that a court can hold a person causing an injury, concurrently with another person, equally liable for the entire judgment awarded is

Question 23 options:

A)

joint and several liability

B)

respondent superior

C)

no-fault

D)

independent contractor

Question 24 (1 point)

Valuable components of a risk management program include

Question 24 options:

A)

sympathetic care after accidental injury to a patient

B)

preparation of incident reports

C)

prompt identification and investigation of specific incidents of patient injuries and, when possible, intervention and the training and education of employees and clinicians to assist in reducing exposure

D)

definition of the cause of each incident

Question 25 (1 point)

Continuous quality improvement is an approach to

Question 25 options:

A)

improving the quality of care on a continuing basis

B)

reducing quality while increasing the number of patients attended to

C)

long term care management

D)

peer review

Question 26 (1 point)

The ultimate successes of Continuous Quality Improvement requires commitment by the

Question 26 options:

A)

organization’s leadership

B)

administration and governing body

C)

medical staff and nursing staff

D)

at every level of the organization organization.

Question 27 (1 point)

Mandatory requirements for participation in The Joint Commission’s accreditation program

Question 27 options:

A)

National Quality Forum

B)

National Patient Safety Goals Quality Task Force

C)

Advisory Commission

D)

National Committee on QualityAssurance

Question 28 (1 point)

The Leapfrog Group and its members work together to

Question 28 options:

A)

promote improvements in the safe delivery of health care by collecting and providing healthcare consumers with the necessary information to make informed health care decisions

B)

increase preventable medical mistakes and reduce the quality and affordability of health care

C)

promote improvements in the safe delivery of health care

D)

collecting and providing healthcare consumers with the necessary information to make health uninformed care decisions

Question 29 (1 point)

The most widely discussed and debated unique patient identifier is the

Question 29 options:

A)

Unique Physician Identification Number (UPIN).

B)

patient’s social security number.

C)

patient’s date of birth.

D)

patient’s first and last names.

Question 30 (1 point)

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, the Americans with Disability Act, and the Vocational Rehabilitation Act are all federal legislation designed to

Question 30 options:

A)

keep the workplace safe and accessible to all employees and customers.

B)

prevent sexual harassment.

C)

protect child labor.

D)

ensure equal pay for equal work.

 

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