The following represents two samples of five hospitals’ hysterectomy rates per 1,000 women aged 40-60 years of age: Rates Mean Standard Deviation Sample A 3, 5, 7, 8, 5 5.6 1.8 Sample B 4, 5, 6, 7, 5 5.4 1.1 In analyzing this information, it can be concluded that: A. Sample A has more variability than Sample B B. Sample A’s performance is superior to Sample B’s C. There are more cases in Sample B D. There is a data collection error in Sample B Answer: A QUESTION: 160 The primary benefit of adopting a countrywide or global uniform set of discharge data is to: A. Facilitate computerization of data B. Validate data being collected from other sources C. Facilitate collection of comparable health information D. Assist medical records personnel in collecting internal data Answer: C QUESTION: 161 I n order to perform a task for which one is held accountable, there must be an equal balance between responsibility and: 55
A. Authority B. Education C. Delegation D. Specialization Answer: A QUESTION: 162 A patient was in the operating room when a piece of a surgical instrument broke off and was left in the patient’s body. The patient was readmitted for removal of the foreign object. Which of the following would most likely apply in this situation? A. Res ipsa loquitur B. Contributory negligence C. Contractual liability D. Tort liability Answer: A QUESTION: 163
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