greater risk of being sued Correct answer worse health care for all patients

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*greater risk of being sued - Correct answer worse health care for all patients more poorly performing practitioners higher administrative costs Question 16 1 / 1 pts In the future, with new technologies and social media, health care privacy and confidentiality
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will be easier to protect. will no longer be important. ! *will be more susceptible to breaches than ever. - Correct answer will be less expensive to protect than before. Question 17 1 / 1 pts A fine of up to $250,000 and imprisonment of up to 10 years is the penalty range for a PHI violation due to failure to notify a patient of scientific use. ! *intentional disclosure for personal financial gain. - Correct answer intentional disclosure but corrected within time. willful neglect that is not corrected. Question 18 1 / 1 pts In the 1976 case Estate of Berthiaume v. Pratt , the court ruled that a physician intruded on a dying cancer patient’s “physical or mental solitude or seclusion.” What did Dr. Pratt do to violate his patient’s privacy?
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He shared medical records with a pharmaceutical representative. He questioned the dying patient needlessly. He invited a medical student to watch the patient die. ! *He took unwanted photographs of the patient. -Correct answer Question 19 1 / 1 pts Being accredited by the Joint Commission affords a health organization all of the following benefits EXCEPT a competitive edge in the marketplace. community confidence in the care it offers. ! * protection against certain kinds of liability suits. -Correct answer the ability to attract qualified doctors and nurses to its staff. Question 20 1 / 1 pts Steve’s psychology professor is pressuring him to participate in a mental health research project. This coercion violates Steve’s __________ privacy.
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informational ! *decisional -Correct answer physical proprietary Question 21 1 / 1 pts When June goes to get a chest X-ray, she expects to be left alone in a room to change into a medical gown. Her expectation to be able to “keep and control her individual space” belongs to the concept of __________. autonomy confidentiality ! *privacy -Correct answer physical integrity Question 22 0 / 1 pts
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HIPAA lists 18 identifiers that must be removed from a medical record to lower the risk of identifying a patient or client. Which of the following is NOT an identifier? a fax number *a state - Correct answer a discharge date a fingerprint The answer can be found in Chapter 5, Section 5.2, The Legal and Regulatory Landscape Affecting Privacy and Confidentiality. Question 23 0 / 1 pts Hampton Health Center provides free flu shots to their community in the following order until they run out: first, to elderly citizens; second, to those with impaired autoimmune systems; and third, to local children. This rationing process is known as __________.
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