AH1400 Compliance in Healthcare Environment
Week 1: Assignment #1 Ambulatory Care Setting
Using the Preventing Injection-Associated Infections in Outpatient Settings lesson link , answer the
Name: Michaela Andersen
Week 2 Homework: MA and Minor
List two administrative responsibilities of the medical assistant
related to minor surgery.
Completing insurance forms, and Obtaining signed informed consent
What type of education is required for the patien
Week 2 Homework: HIV HBV HCV
Explain how blood-borne viruses are spread.
Blood borne viruses are carried in the bloodstream and unlike most
other infections which can be transmitted by normal, everyday social
contact, they are s
Week 4 Homework: Electronic Health
Records and HIPAA
1. EHRs help providers better manage care for patients and provide better health care by
proving accurate and up-to-date and complete information about patients at the point of care.
Another advantage o
The first step is to enter each patient seen into a master list. Each patient seen, whether in a physicians
office or a hospital, is only entered once into what is known as the patient list or master patient index.
The next step is to schedule appointment
Week 3 Assignment: Cleaning,
1. Cleaning is the removal of contamination (or soil) from an item to the extent necessary for its
further processing and its intended subsequent use.
2. Face protection, full-length waterproof gown o
WEEK 1 NOTES
A word root is the part of the word that generally refers to the body part. The
following are examples of word roots:
cardi = heart; oste = bone; neur = nerve; my = muscle
Sometimes the word root refers to a color:
Aerobic: living, active, or occurring only in the presence of oxygen
Anaerobic: living, active, occurring, or existing in absence of oxygen
Anesthesia: loss of sensation with or without loss of consciousness
Aseptic: preventing infection