HSA 515 Final Exam Question 1 6 out of 6 points The most common cause of malprac

HSA 515 Final Exam Question 1 6 out of 6 points The most common cause of malpractice suits against physicians β€’ Question 2 0 out of 6 points The probability of malpractice suits against physicians can be reduced by β€’ Question 3 6 out of 6 points The committee that reviews surgical procedures β€’ Question 4 6 out of 6 points The delineation of clinical privileges is the process by which the medical staff β€’ Question 5 6 out of 6 points This committee develops blood usage policies and procedures. It is responsible for monitoring transfusion services and reviewing indications for transfusions, blood ordering practices, each transfusion episode, and transfusion reactions. The committee reports its findings and recommendations to the medical staff executive committee. β€’ Question 6 6 out of 6 points A nurse can be found negligent for β€’ Question 7 6 out of 6 points A nurse with an advanced academic degree and a major in a specific clinical specialty such as pediatrics or psychiatry β€’ Question 8 0 out of 6 points Staff members who administer to patients, moving from one patient to another, must wash their hands β€’ Question 9 6 out of 6 points Various states recognize that nurses can render a nursing diagnosis. This was the case in Cignetti v. Camel, where the defendant physicians ignored a nurse- assessment of a patient- diagnosis. The court determined that β€’ Question 10 6 out of 6 points A nurse who fails to follow the doctor- verbal orders to watch the patient closely β€’ Question 11 6 out of 6 points The recognition by a governmental or professional association that an individual's expertise meets the standards of that group β€’ Question 12 6 out of 6 points If a patient decides to leave an emergency department without notice because of a delay in being treated, the courts would generally hold β€’ Question 13 6 out of 6 points The allied health professional responsible for the treatment, management, diagnostic testing, and control of patients with cardiopulmonary deficits β€’ Question 14 6 out of 6 points Health care organizations are expected to provide patients with diets that β€’ Question 15 6 out of 6 points The act that forbids Medicare participating hospitals from ΓƒΒ’Γ’β€šΒ¬Γ…β€œdumpingΓƒΒ’Γ’β€šΒ¬Γ‚Β patients out of emergency departments β€’ Question 16 6 out of 6 points The persistent failure to conform to a medical staff rule requiring physicians to complete records promptly can be the basis for β€’ Question 17 6 out of 6 points Ownership of the medical record resides with the β€’ Question 18 6 out of 6 points When making changes to a patient- record β€’ Question 19 6 out of 6 points Persistent failure of a physician to complete his or her medical records can lead to β€’ Question 20 6 out of 6 points A patient- medical record may not be released β€’ Question 21 6 out of 6 points When applying the objective standard of informed consent β€’ Question 22 6 out of 6 points A physician is β€’ Question 23 6 out of 6 points Informed consent is a legal doctrine that provides that a patient has the right to know the β€’ Question 24 6 out of 6 points Although hospitals are not generally responsible for informing patients as to the risks, benefits and alternatives to specific procedures, hospitals β€’ Question 25 6 out of 6 points Verbal consent β€’ Question 26 6 out of 6 points An individual who reports child abuse should be aware of the physical and behavioral indicators of abuse and maltreatment that appear to be part of a pattern β€’ Question 27 0 out of 6 points The need for statutes requiring the reporting of communicable diseases is to β€’ Question 28 6 out of 6 points Incident reports should β€’ Question 29 0 out of 6 points Child abuse can be described as one who β€’ Question 30 6 out of 6 points The purpose of a medical examiner's investigation is to