confidential authentication information
process of retrieving data from a backup storage device
folder that contains all records pertaining to a patient
panel in MCPR that offers providers a convenient view of important information
Medisoft Clinical Patient Records (MCPR)
electronic health record application within Medisoft Clinical
patient’s description of the symptoms or reasons for seeking medical care
name that an individual uses for identification purposes when logging into a computer or an application
collection of related bits of information
collection of up-to-date technical information
making a copy of data files at a specific point in time that can be used to restore data
Access levels define which areas of the program a user can view, and whether the user can only view the information or can also add, edit, or delete it.
false (all activities that take place from the time the patient arrives for an office visit until the patient leaves the office)
The encounter steps include only activities that take place before the patient arrives for an office visit.
Disaster recovery plans require practices to back up computer data.
false (offer built-in and online help files)
A user must be online to access any of the help features for Medisoft Network Professional and Medisoft Clinical Patient Records.
Medisoft Clinical is a practice management and electronic health record program for physician practices.
Medisoft Network Professional is the Medisoft application used for patient accounting.
false (user name and password)
In order to log in to Medisoft Clinical, an individual needs to have only a user name.
The pre-encounter steps include preregistration and appointment scheduling.
false (electronic health record)
Medisoft Clinical Patient Records is the personal health record component of Medisoft Clinical.
The results of a claim review are sent to the provider along with the payment.
Once an examination is complete and the documentation has been entered in MCPR, the services provided and the provider’s determination of the patient’s diagnoses must be assigned ________.
disaster recovery plan
A plan for resuming normal operations after a disaster such as a fire or a computer malfunction is a _________.
all of the above
Which of the following is a built-in security feature of Medisoft Clinical? (user names, passwords, access levels, all of the above)
The website contains a searchable ________ which is a collection of up-to-date technical information about Medisoft products.
appointment scheduling and preregistration
The pre-encounter steps include ________. (appointment scheduling, preregistration, claim preparation)
The term ________ refers to a patient’s medical record.
What is the process of copying backup files onto the office’s computer systems, facilitating a return to normal business activities?
To receive payment, a medical practice must create and submit ________ to health plans.
all of the above
A statement lists ________. (all service performed, the amount paid by the health plan, the charges for each service performed, all of the above)
Medisoft Network Professional includes ________, a schedule program.
Click the Start button, Click All Programs, Click Medisoft Clinical – Client, Click Medisoft Clinical Client
Arrange the steps you would follow to start Medisoft Clinical Patient Records in their sequential order.
The four fields on the Medisoft Clinical Sign In dialog box are User ID, Password, Provider ID, and ________.
The Open Chart command in Medisoft Clinical Patient Records is located on the ________ menu.
After clicking to select a patient in the Lookup dialog box, the ________ button is clicked to open the patient’s chart.
To close a patient chart, select the ________ command on the File menu.
Click the Chart button on the toolbar, Click the Lookup button, Click on the line that contains the patient’s name, Click the OK button
Arrange the steps you would follow to open a patient chart using a toolbar button in their sequential order.
The ________ toolbar button performs the same function as selecting Open Chart on the File menu.
To open a patient chart, select the patient in the Patient Lookup dialog box and click the ________ button.
Click the Start button, Click All Programs, Click Medisoft, Click Medisoft Network Professional
Arrange the steps you would follow to start Medisoft Network Professional in their sequential order.
The buttons in the Medisoft User Login dialog box include, OK, Exit, and ________.
The menus in Medisoft Professional include File, Edit, Lists, Reports, Tools, Window, Help, and ________.
To open the Transaction Entry dialog box, select ________ on the Activities menu.
To select a patient in the Transaction Entry dialog box, first click in the ________ field.
In the screen capture pictured, how many charges are listed for Janine Bell’s September 5, 2016 office visit?
Which of the shortcut buttons (1,2,3) from the Medisoft Network Professional toolbar is used to access the Transaction Entry dialog box?
The amount of the patient’s payment in the screen capture shown is ________.
The type of button used to select a patient in the Chart field is called a ________ button.
Select Backup Data on the File menu, Enter the file path and name, Click the Start Backup button, Click OK, Click the Close button
Arrange the steps you would follow to backup the latest version of the Medisoft Network Professional database in their sequential order.
To backup the latest version of the Medisoft network Professional, click Backup Data on the ________ menu.
In the Medisoft Backup dialog box, the ________ button is used to create the backup file.
To view a list of topics in Medisoft Help, select Medisoft Help on the ________ menu.
Clicking the ________ next to a topic displays a list of subtopics.