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BC1020: Week 1 Assignment Worksheet Before you begin, save this document to your computer . You will need to submit your answers in the area indicated below. Directions: Part I: 1. Read chapters 1 and 2 of your “Language of Medicine” textbook. 2. Answer questions 1 to 3 Part II: 3. Read chapters 1 and 2 of your “Insurance Handbook for the Medical Office” textbook 4. Answer question 4 5. Please remember to SAVE this document to your computer or “My Documents” on your computer. 6. Submit the saved file to your “Assignment Drop Box”. Tips for answering questions: Read the question more than twice, if necessary, to make sure you understand what you are asked to do. Find the key words in each question and construct your answer to address those key words or phrases of the question. Your answer should be organized and to the point. Keep your sentences short and simple. Pay attention to the answer length requirements (if stated). If necessary, go the extra mile and give examples to illustrate your point. Before you continue: Did you save this document to your computer? o No: Please save this document to your computer now. o Yes: Great! Let’s get to work! (See next page for part 1) 1
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BC1020: Week 1 Assignment Worksheet Question 1: Dr. Reilly has a patient, Jessica Adams, who needs to have a cystoscopy. Jessica knows a family friend who has received a cystoscopy in the past. She believes that surgery is necessary, even though she has not been officially diagnosed.
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  • Fall '15
  • Cystoscopy, Jessica Adams

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