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Chapter 8 / Exercise 02
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The following steps are part of an aggressive and well organized safety and security risk management except Assessing the risks of the organization Adopting policies and procedures to prevent risks Allocating the resources necessary to manage them Both A and B None of the above 1. In terms of safety, 'Red Rules' cannot be broken under any circumstance. True False 1. All hospitals, regardless of whether they participate in Medicare, must comply with the rules of their respective state's department of health (DOH) and the Federal government health laws. True False 1. A comprehensive infectious waste management plan includes the following except Arranges for staff education Set storage guidelines Specify disposal method All of the above Both A and B 1. Which is the oldest of the three regulatory agencies of hospitals approved by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). TJC JCAHO
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DNV HFAP 1. A hospital may receive a surprise visit from its regulatory agency if a pattern of complaint emerges about clinical treatment and the following, except Leaky Ceiling Sudden death of an infant Excessive noise Both A and C 1. Having an emergency power and water supply is part of which type of planning? Violence Planning Disaster Planning Security Staff Planning None of the above 1. States differ in their requirements for reporting adverse events or incidents. True False 1. Quality Assurance and Risk Management: Have a close relationship and overlap in several areas Rarely, if ever, share the same data Must be completely independent of each other Are not required by JCAHO 1. The following example identify a host of work area concerns that could be involved in risk management actions except Fire safety Dietary safety Medical staff Employee uniform 1. Risk management education should be included in orientation and annual in-service training programs for all institutional employees and professional staff.
True False 1. Adequate insurance coverage is an example of risk… Financing Identification Analysis Control 1. Risk analysis entails the evaluation of past experience and current exposure to eliminate or limit risk substantially the impact of risk on cash flow, community image, and employee and medical staff morale. True False 1. Risk Management tools are Incident, and occurrence reporting, along with occurrence screening Incident reporting, follow up, and monitoring Occurrence reporting, follow up and monitoring None of the above 1. Risk management experts urge hospitals to enforce "dos and don'ts" only in documentation, product malfunction, contracts, conflicts, and confidentiality. True False 1. Risk Management and Quality Assurance are 2 concepts that are mutually exclusive. True False 1. Accident conveys a sense that bad outcomes are to be explained in terms of fate and bad luck rather than a set of understandable, and possibly changeable, antecedents
True False 1. Occurrence reporting method yields the highest percentage of reportable incidents.

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