Corpsman Assignment 3: Healthcare Administration Programs

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Question 1

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Which of the following is not a HM administrative responsibility during the operations of a medical clinic?
Answer
  • Greeting the patient entering the clinic or inpatient floor
  • Opening the clinic and making coffee
  • Providing initial clinical documentation
  • Assisting with the referral process

Question 2

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Which system was implemented to assist in the projection and allocation of cost for healthcare programs?
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  • DEERS
  • DIRS
  • ALHTA
  • DENCAS

Question 3

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Instances where the beneficiary has a valid ID card and DEERS shows the individual ineligible, or not in the database, eligibility verification by ID Card overrides DEERS.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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In cases where a patient presents without a valid ID card and does not appear in DEERS, non-emergent care will still be rendered.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

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How many days after receiving treatment does a patient have to present a valid ID card before being billed as a Civilian Humanitarian Non-indigent?
Answer
  • 15
  • 30
  • 45
  • 60

Question 6

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Who may delay billing on a patient not presenting with a valid ID?
Answer
  • Commanding Officer
  • Personnel Officer
  • Third Party Collections
  • Patient Billing

Question 7

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What is the length of time a newborn can be treated without presenting a valid ID card?
Answer
  • 60 days
  • 90 days
  • 6 months
  • 1 year

Question 8

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Which of the following Foreign Military Personnel are not eligible for care at Naval MTF’s?
Answer
  • NATO personnel stationed in the U.S.
  • Crew of visiting aircraft
  • Crew of NATO ships in port
  • Foreign military on vacation in the U.S.

Question 9

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Which of the following is NOT a type of dental care?
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  • Routine
  • Special
  • Emergency
  • Elective

Question 10

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Treatment that is necessary to relieve pain, control bleeding, and manage septic conditions falls under Special Types of dental care.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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Of the following, who will be the first to receive dental care?
Answer
  • Active duty - routine
  • Member of Senior Training Corp - special
  • Civilian - elective
  • Family member of active duty - emergency

Question 12

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What program is used to evaluate the degree of excellence in care delivered and its results for future improvement?
Answer
  • Quality Issuance
  • Quality Improvement
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Result

Question 13

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Medical care rendered by healthcare providers to Navy beneficiaries is sometimes considered subpar due to what fact?
Answer
  • Lack of medical skills
  • Lack of interpersonal relationship skills
  • Lack of access to care
  • Lack of healthcare providers

Question 14

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The Patient Relations Program is the only program that strives to enhance channels of communication between the hospital, staff, and patient populations.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 15

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Which program allows patients to voice their satisfactory or unsatisfactory complaints, including those concerning treatment?
Answer
  • Health Care Relations Program
  • Patient Relations Program
  • Quality Assurance Program
  • Patient Contact Point Program

Question 16

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Where would the HM look to find more information in the area of Medical Treatment Records?
Answer
  • MANMED Chapter 16
  • BUMEDINST 5210.8
  • MANMED Chapter 6
  • MANMED Chapter 17

Question 17

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The Family Advocacy Program identifies, treats, and monitors Navy personnel engaging in which types of behavior?
Answer
  • Spousal abuse
  • Child abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • All of the above

Question 18

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Physical readiness testing is required to be conducted by subordinate commands, who’s medical departments are responsible for all of the following EXCEPT?
Answer
  • Providing technical assistance to BUPERS
  • Conducting lifestyle, fitness, and obesity research
  • Assisting in the development of exercise prescriptions
  • Process waivers for completing the PRT

Question 19

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Failure to obtain consent prior to initiation of medical treatment may result in medical malpractice and/or assault and battery.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 20

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Who is obligated to provide the patient with all necessary information to make a knowledgeable decision on a proposed medical procedure?
Answer
  • Hospital Corpsman
  • Medical Provider
  • Patient Administration Officer
  • Nurse Corps Officer

Question 21

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Consent prior to initiation of medical treatment is required in all routine, emergency, and elective procedures.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 22

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What legal doctrine serves as the final authority over and determines the control of substitute consent?
Answer
  • Hospital Rules
  • Federal Law
  • State Law
  • The Joint Commission

Question 23

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Who is recommended to act as a witness when the patient is consenting to a medical procedure?
Answer
  • Family Member
  • Staff member not involved in the procedure
  • Staff member involved in the procedure
  • Another medical provider

Question 24

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Under the Freedom of Information Act the Navy must make all documents available EXCEPT those that are exempt.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 25

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Which policy was established to provide a balance between the public and the privacy of an individual?
Answer
  • Privacy Act of 1974
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • HIPPA Privacy Rule
  • DODINST 6025.18

Question 26

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The HIPAA Privacy Rule allows for disclosure of what information?
Answer
  • Name and Social
  • Medical Treatment Rendered
  • Protected Health Information
  • Dental Treatment Rendered

Question 27

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Personal Health Information is required to be disclosed for all of the following reasons EXCEPT?
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  • Treatment
  • Security
  • Payment
  • Health Care Operations

Question 28

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Under what act is it unlawful for the United States military to be used as an enforcer or to assist in the enforcement of federal or state law?
Answer
  • Privacy Act
  • HIPPA Security Act
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • Posse Comitatus Act

Question 29

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Who is authorized to deliver an Active Duty member to federal law enforcement authorities and based upon what actions?
Answer
  • Commanding Officer, presentation of a federal warrant
  • Medical Officer, presentation of a federal warrant
  • Executive Officer, presentation of a federal warrant
  • Commanding Officer, presentation of an accusation

Question 30

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Prisoners as patients are categorized under all of the following categories EXCEPT?
Answer
  • Family member prisoners
  • Enemy POW and other detained personnel
  • Non-military federal prisoners
  • Military prisoners

Question 31

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Which of the following types of prisoners are only allowed emergency medical treatment?
Answer
  • Family member prisoners
  • Enemy POW and other detained personnel
  • Non-military federal prisoners
  • Military prisoners

Question 32

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All military prisoners with active sentences are allowed to receive medical care.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 33

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Where can the HM locate guidance on care, evaluation, and medico-legal documentation for a victim alleged of rape or sexual assault?
Answer
  • NCIS
  • OPNAVINST 1752.1
  • SECNAVINST 5800.11
  • NAVMEDCOMINST 6310.3

Question 34

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What is the reason many legal battles are lost?
Answer
  • Victim refuses to speak out
  • Improper documentation of medical treatment
  • Failure to adhere to proper administrative procedures
  • The many mistakes made by Hospital Corpsman, nurses, and medical providers