MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT TEST #3

Which of the following best defines a demographic?
TRUE OR FALSE:
Patients who trust their healthcare providers become partners in their own safety.
Jim Noonan has to pay $15.00 every time he sees his primary care provider. This is an example of which of the following?
TRUE OR FALSE:
The etiology of a disease is the cause of the disease.
Which of the following is the more expensive form of advertising?
Which of the following affects reimbursement of healthcare claims?
TRUE OR FALSE:
OSHA requires every medical office to keep an exposure control plan.
Which of the following best describes fraud in healthcare billing?
TRUE OR FALSE:
All employers must offer workers’ compensation insurance.
TRUE OR FALSE:
Policies should be clear so that misinterpretation is kept to a minimum.
Evaluation and Management codes are used for what type of patient visit?
Which volume in the ICD-9-CM coding manual is used first?
What is an eponym?
A _____________ cost is one that remains the same no matter how many services are used or produced.
TRUE OR FALSE:
Each medical profession has its own medical scope of practice.
TRUE OR FALSE:
COBRA coverage covers patients for up to 48 months after they leave their place of employment.
False
TRUE OR FALSE:
The most lucrative form of advertising today is the telephone book advertisement.
TRUE OR FALSE:
Medigap is supplemental insurance for Medicare-covered patients.
TRUE OR FALSE:
The ICD-10 coding manual has been used in the United States since 2008.
Which of the following describes the accounts receivable in the medical office?
The W-2 form is used to:
How often should an employee handbook be updated?
A procedure that outlines biohazardous waste disposal would be found in which of the following policy manuals?
TRUE OR FALSE:
Medicare Part A is optional for Medicare patients.
Which of the following tend to be the most expensive type of insurance policy?
TRUE OR FALSE:
Salaried employees are never paid overtime wages.
The W-4 form is used to:
A mission statement should be:
TRUE OR FALSE:
Employees do not have the right to view their own personnel file.
TRUE OR FALSE:
The Red Flags rule does not apply to healthcare clinics.
Which of the following is not part of Medicare service fee calculations?
When patients refuse the recommended course of treatment, that refusal must be documented where?
TRUE OR FALSE:
All managed care contracts are the same.
TRUE OR FALSE:
The ICD-9 coding manual has 10 appendices.
Which of the following pertains to the Red Flags rule:
What is one reason for giving an educational brochure to a patient?
TRUE OR FALSE:
Once set, the marketing budget should never be adjusted.
TRUE OR FALSE:
It is insurance fraud to forgive patient deductibles without a hardship agreement.
The Advance Beneficiary Notice is used for patients covered by which insurance?
Which of the following would be appropriate for an educational speaking engagement?
What type of physicians typically refer to specialists?
TRUE OR FALSE:
The most common patient safety error involves medication errors.
As of 2009, the federal minimum wage was:
Your patient has a $50.00 balance owing from care received last month. What is the best option for collecting that amount from the patient?
Which of the following is illegal under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act?
TRUE OR FALSE:
A personnel manual is also known as an employee handbook.
Another term for a near miss is a (an)
The federal income tax program began in:
Which of the following is the best way to avoid collection problems in the medical office?
Which of the following would be appropriate for free screenings?