Correct objective symptoms observed refer to the

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CORRECT " Objective symptoms observed " refer to the physical exam. " Past and current activities " refer to the social history. " A chronological description " refer to the history of present illness. In an acute care hospital, a complete history and physical may not be required for a new admission when the patient is readmitted for a similar problem within 1 year. the patient's stay is less than 24 hours. a legible copy of a current H&P performed in the attending physician's office is available. the patient has an uneventful course in the hospital. CORRECT An interval H&P can be used when a patient is readmitted for the same or related problem within 30 days. No matter how long the patient stays or how minor the condition, an H&P is required. Patient data collection requirements vary according to health care setting. A data element you would expect to be collected in the MDS but NOT in the UHDDS would be cognitive patterns. personal identification. procedures and dates. principal diagnosis. CORRECT Principal diagnosis , procedures and dates , and personal identification represent items collected on Medicare inpatients according to UHDDS requirements. Only cognitive patterns represent a data item collected more typically in long-term care settings and required in the Minimum Data Set for Long Term Care. You are the office manager at a large group practice. One of the physicians at your practice has asked you to research and supply her with information about the legislation signed into law in 2015 which required the removal of social security numbers from all Medicare cards. You will provide this inquisitive physician with a fact sheet concerning this legislation: Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA) Healthcare Quality Improvement Act
Domain 3 Exam Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) CORRECT The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) is a bipartisan legislation signed into law on April 16, 2015. As part of this legislation, MACRA requires the removal of social security numbers from all Medicare cards to better protect private health care and financial information. Which feature is a trademark of an effective PI program?
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