JP Exam

  1. To be eligible to be licensed as a PA, an applicant must meet several requirements. Which of the following is NOT a requirement for licensure?





    E. Successful completion of a 4 year degree program at an accredited college or university is NOT a requirement for licensure.
  2. Regarding eligibility to be licensed as a PA, which of the following is TRUE?

    1. There is a requirement that applicants pass the JP exam with a score of 75 or better within 3 attempts.
    2. An applicant who is unable to pass the JP exam within 3 attempts must appear before a committee of the Board to address the applicant's inability to pass the exam and to re-evaluate the applicant's eligibility for licensure.
    3. It is a the discretion of the committee to allow an applicant additional attempts to take the JP exam.





    C. All 3 are true.
  3. The state entity that issues PA licenses to applicants who have met all requirements for this license is:





    D. The Texas Physician Assistant Board
  4. Regarding the membership of the PA Board, which of the following is true?

    1. The Board consists of 9 members appointed by the governor with the advice & consent of the Senate.
    2. All members of the Board must be practicing PAs.
    3. At least 1 member of the Board must be a physician who supervises PAs.
    4. At least 3 members of the Board must be public members who are not licensed as either a physician or a PA.





    D. 1 and 4
  5. A person may not practice as a PA in TX unless the person:





    C.
  6. Which of the following are TRUE? A person is NOT required to hold a TX PA license:

    1. To practice as a technician, assistant, or employee of a physician who performs delegated tasks, but does not act as a PA or represent that the person is a PA.
    2. To practice as any other licensed healthcare worker acting within the scope of that person's license if the person doesn't use the title "Physician Assistant" or the initials "PA" and is not otherwise represented or designated as a PA.




    C.
  7. Physician Assistants licensed under the Physician Assistant Act must register and pay a fee:





    C.
  8. Which of the following are required in order for a licensed physician assistant to renew his or her license?

    1. Payment of the required fee.
    2. Documentation that required CME has been completed.
    3. Submission of the required form and other documents required by the Board.





    A.
  9. A PA whose license has expired:





    B.
  10. Which of the following are true? Practicing after the expiration date of a license and any grace period:

    1. May subject the PA to a written warning.
    2. May subject the PA to disciplinary action by the Board.
    3. May subject the PA to criminal penalties for practicing without a license.





    A.
  11. Which of the following are true? A person who is otherwise eligible to renew a license may:

    1. Renew an unexpired license by paying the required renewal fee before the expiration date of the license.
    2. If the person's license has been expired for 90 days or less, renew the license by paying a fee in an amount equal to 1 and 1/2 times the required renewal fee.
    3. If the person's license has been expired for longer than 90 days, but less than 1 year, the person may renew the license by paying to the Medical Board a fee in an amount equal to 2x the required renewal fee.
    4. If the person's license has been expired for 1 year or longer, the person may not renew the license and it is automatically cancelled (unless an investigation is pending).

    A. 1, 2 and 4
    B. 1, 3 and 4
    C. 1, 2, 3, and 4
    D. 2, 3, and 4
    E. 3 and 4
    All 4 are true
  12. If a PA's license has been cancelled solely for failure to renew within the specified time after its expiration date:





    A.
  13. The amount of CME that must be completed and documented for renewal of the PA license is:




    B.
  14. Which of the following are reasons for which a PA may be exempt, subject to approval by the licensure committee of the Board, from the annual minimum CME requirements?

    1. Catastrophic illness
    2. Military service of at least 6 months in length.
    3. Residence of longer than 1 year outside of Texas.
    4. For good cause showing that the PA is unable to comply with the requirements.





    C.
  15. Which of the following does NOT qualify as Category II CME (CME that is not required to meet the requirements for Category I credit)?





    E.
  16. With respect to the supervision of a PA by a physician, which of the following are true?

    1. A PA may not have more than 1 supervising physician.
    2. A PA may have more than 1 supervising physician.
    3. Supervision of a PA by a supervising physician need not be continuous if the period of discontinuity is less than 1 week and occurs no more than once per year.





    D.
  17. The supervision of a PA:





    B.
  18. A physician who becomes a supervising physician:





    D.
  19. Which of the following physicians can be the supervising physician of a physician assistant?

    1. A physician who has an active license and has never been disciplined by the Texas Medical Board.
    2. A physician who has an active license but was disciplined (required to pay an administrative penalty of $500) by the Texas Medical Board for failing to timely provide properly requested medical records to a patient).
    3. A physician who has an active license but was disciplined (required to give up his schedule II and III prescribing authority) for prescribing controlled substances to several patients who exhibited drug-seeking behavior.
    4. A physician who has an active license but was disciplined (required to give up his prescribing authority for all scheduled drugs) for prescribing controlled substances to several patients who exhibited drug-seeking behavior.





    B.
  20. A supervising physician must:





    A.
  21. If a supervising physician will be unavailable to supervise the PA as required by the Physician Assistant Act and Board rules:





    B.
  22. Which of the following are required for an alternate physician to provide supervision of a PA?

    1. The alternate physician must affirm in writing and documenting through a log where the PA is located that he or she is familiar with the protocols or standing delegation orders in use and is accountable for adequately supervising care provided pursuant to those protocols or standing delegation orders.
    2. The log is kept with the protocols or standing orders and contains dates of the alternate physician supervision and is signed by the alternate physician acknowledging this responsibility.
    3. The PA must verify that the alternate physician is a licensed Texas physician holding an unrestricted and active license.
    4. A PA may not be supervised by an alternate physician, but must be supervised by his or her supervising physician.





    A.
  23. An alternate physician may provide supervision to a PA:





    B.
  24. Before beginning practice, each PA licensed by the state must notify the Physician Assistant Board. The notice is sufficient:





    C.
  25. A PA shall notify the Board of changes regarding his or her supervising physician:





    B.
  26. A PA shall inform the Board of address changes:





    A.
  27. The scope of practice of a PA includes providing:





    B.
  28. Medical services provided by a PA may, if within the scope of practice of the PA, include all of the following, except:





    D.
  29. Medical services provided by a PA may, if within the scope of practice of the PA, include all of the following, EXCEPT:





    D.
  30. Except for prescribing medications, medical services, if within the scope of practice of the PA, may be performed by a PA:





    B.
  31. During a disaster under the state emergency management plan or a disaster declared by the governor or the US government which of the following are true?

    1. A PA may perform medical tasks under the supervision of any physician who is also performing volunteer work in the disaster.
    2. A PA may perform medical tasks without the supervision of a physician
    2a. if a physician is not available to provide supervision.
    2b. only if tasks performed by the PA are within the scope of tasks assigned to the PA during his or her regular work hours.
    2c. only if the medical tasks performed by the PA are not performed for compensation or other renumeration.





    A.
  32. A "dangerous drug" includes:





    C.
  33. A physician, by following the procedures and in the circumstances prescribed by law, may delegate to a PA the authority to prescribe which of the following?





    D.
  34. The authority of a PA, with appropriate delegations by a physician, to prescribe controlled substances in the authorized schedules is limited to prescriptions for a period not to exceed:





    D.
  35. A PA may call in prescriptions to a pharmacy:





    B.
  36. The authority of a PA, with appropriate delegation by a physician, to prescribe the scheduled controlled substances whose prescription may be delegated to a PA is limited as follows:





    A.
  37. The places a supervising physician may delegate to a PA the authority to prescribe or supply medication include which of the following?





    B.
  38. The places a supervising physician may delegate to a PA the authority to prescribe or supply medication include which of the following?

    1. Sites serving certain medically underserved populations as specified by law.
    2. Sites serving exclusively chronic pain patients.
    3. A facility-based practice site, such as a hospital or nursing home, as specified by law.





    D.
  39. For purposes of delegating prescription authority, a physician's "primary site" includes which of the following?

    1. The practice location of a physician at which the physician spends the majority of the physician's time.
    2. A licensed hospital, a licensed long-term care facility, or a licensed adult care center where both the physician and the PA are authorized to practice.
    3. The residence of an established patient.
    4. Another location at which the physician is physically present with the PA or advanced practice nurse.





    C.
  40. To be a physician's "alternate site" for purposes of delegating prescription authority, a practice site must be:

    (1) located within 100 miles of the of physician's primary (residence or) practice site
    (2) located within 75 miles of the physician’s (residence or) primary practice site
    (3) where services similar to the services provided at the delegating physician’s primary practice site are provided.





    D.
  41. At a physician's primary practice site, which of the following are true? The physician may delegate prescribingauthority to a physician assistant:

    (1) only as authorized through a physician’s order, a standing medical order, a standing delegation order oranother order or protocol as defined by the Medical Board
    (2) only if the physician assistant is acting under adequate physician supervision by having the physician presentat the site at all times that the physician assistant is authorized to prescribe
    (3) only if the physician assistant is acting under continuous physician supervision, but constant physical presenceof the physician is not required
    (4) only as specifically authorized for each patient by the treating physician.





    C.
  42. Which of the following are true? At any authorized practice site, the physician may delegate prescribing authorityto a physician assistant:

    (1) as authorized through a physician’s order, a standing medical order, a standing delegation order or anotherorder or protocol as defined by the Medical Board
    (2) by a common understanding between the physician and the physician assistant of the scope of prescribingauthority delegated to the physician assistant;
    (3) but only if the physician assistant is acting under adequate physician supervision as prescribed by law for theparticular practice site
    (4) but only if the physician has been the supervising physician for the physician assistant for no less than five years.





    A.
  43. A physician's authority to delegate the carrying out or signing of a prescription drug order at the physician’sprimary practice site is limited to which of the following?

    (1) a combined number of four physician assistants or advanced practice nurses or their full-time equivalentspracticing at the physician’s primary practice site or at an alternate practice site
    (2) a combined number of five physician assistants or advanced practice nurses or their full-time equivalentspracticing at the physician’s primary practice site or at an alternate practice site
    (3) the patients with whom the physician has established or will establish a physician-patient relationship.





    B.
  44. A physician's authority to supervise a physician assistant (without regard to the physician's authority to delegateprescription authority) is limited to which of the following?





    C.
  45. How many supervising physicians may a physician assistant have at any one time?





    A.
  46. With respect to physician supervision of the carrying out and signing of prescription drug orders at the physician’sprimary practice site, which of the following is true? The supervision

    (1) must conform to what a reasonable, prudent physician would find consistent with sound medical judgment
    (2) may vary with the education and experience of the particular physician assistant
    (3) may not vary with the education and experience of the particular physician assistant.



    A.
  47. Under which of the following is physician supervision adequate for purposes of delegating prescription authority atan alternate practice site? If the delegating physician:

    (1) is on-site with the physician assistant at least 10 percent of the time
    (2) is on-site with the physician assistant at least 20 percent of the time
    (3) reviews at least 10 percent of the medical charts at the site
    (4) is available through direct telecommunication for consultation, patient referral, or assistance with a medicalemergency.





    C.
  48. Under which of the following is physician supervision adequate for purposes of delegating prescription authority ata site serving a medically underserved population?





    C.
  49. Under which of the following is physician supervision adequate for purposes of delegating prescription authority ata facility-based practice site?





    C.
  50. If a delegating physician will be unavailable to supervise the physician assistant as required by law, arrangementsshall be made for another physician to provide that supervision on a temporary basis. With respect to thealternate or substitute physician, which of the following is NOT true?





    A.
  51. Regarding the protocol that may be used to delegate prescriptive authority to a physician assistant, as describedby Medical Board rules, which of the following are true? The protocol:

    (1) may authorize diagnosis of the patient’s condition and treatment, but cannot authorize the exercise ofindependent medical judgment by the physician assistant
    (2) may state the types or categories of medications that may be prescribed or the types or categories ofmedications that may not be prescribed by the physician assistant
    (3) must be documented in writing and maintained as a permanent record
    (4) does not change the fact that a physician assistant remains professionally responsible for acts performedunder the scope and authority of his or her own license.





    D.
  52. A physician assistant shall:





    C.
  53. A physician assistant:





    B.
  54. Each physician assistant and the physician assistant's supervising physician are required to ensure which of the following?

    (1) that the physician assistant's scope of function is identified
    (2) that delegation of medical tasks is appropriate to the physician assistant's level of competence
    (3) that the hours of practice of the physician assistant are posted at the practice site at least one week in advance.





    C.
  55. Each physician assistant and the physician assistant's supervising physician are required to ensure which of thefollowing?

    (1) that the hours of practice of the physician assistant are agreed to by the physician and the physician assistant,subject to emergencies or other designated situations
    (2) that the relationship between the physician assistant and the supervising physician and the access of thephysician assistant to the supervising physician are defined
    (3) that a process is established for evaluating the physician assistant's performance.





    D.
  56. A physician assistant shall report relevant information to the Physician Assistant Board related to the acts ofanother physician assistant in this state:





    D.
  57. With regard to patient billing, which of the following are true?





    B.
  58. In relation to a physician assistant's patient care activities, which of the following is true?

    (1) the physician assistant is legally responsible for his or her patient care activities and the supervising physicianis not legally responsible for these activities
    (2) each supervising physician retains legal responsibility for a physician assistant's patient care activities,including the provision of care and treatment to a patient in a health care facility
    (3) if a physician assistant is employed by an entity, including a health care facility, the entity shares the legalresponsibility for the physician assistant's acts or omissions with the physician assistant's supervising physician.





    C.
  59. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant who does which of the following?

    (1) fraudulently or deceptively uses a license
    (2) falsely represents that the person is a physician
    (3) acts in an unprofessional or dishonorable manner that is likely to deceive, defraud, or injure the public.





    E.
  60. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant who is or does which of the following?

    (1) is related in the second degree of consanguinity or affinity to a Board or staff member and does not report thisto the Board
    (2) has a physical or mental condition, even if this condition does not affect his or her ability to practice as aphysician assistant
    (3) acts in an unprofessional or dishonorable manner that is likely to deceive, defraud, or injure the public.





    B.
  61. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant who is or does which of thefollowing?

    (1) is rude and inconsiderate in dealing with colleagues and co-workers
    (2) violates any state law
    (3) violates the Physician Assistant Act or any rule adopted under that Act
    (4) is fired from his or her position by his or her supervising physician.





    D.
  62. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant who is or does which of the following?

    (1) is fired from his or her position by his or her supervising physician
    (2) writes a false or fictitious prescription for a dangerous drug
    (3) has had disciplinary action taken by another state regarding practice as a physician assistant.





    E.
  63. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant who does which of the following?

    (1) fraudulently alters a physician assistant license, certificate, or diploma; uses a physician assistant license,certificate, or diploma that has been fraudulently purchased, issued, or counterfeited or that has been materiallyaltered
    (2) directly or indirectly aids or abets a person not licensed to practice as a physician assistant in practicing as aphysician assistant
    (3) unlawfully advertises in a false, misleading, or deceptive manner.





    D.
  64. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant or an applicant for a physicianassistant license who is or does which of the following?

    (1) violates the Physician Assistant Act or a rule adopted under that act
    (2) is convicted of a felony, placed on deferred adjudication, or placed in a pretrial diversion program
    (3) violates state law if the violation is connected with practice as a physician assistant.





    E.
  65. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant or an applicant for a physicianassistant license who does which of the following?

    (1) violates state law if the violation is connected with practice as a physician assistant
    (2) fails to keep complete and accurate records of the purchase and disposal of drugs as required by Chapter 483,Health and Safety Code, or any subsequent rules
    (3) represents that he or she is a physician
    (4) habitually uses drugs or intoxicating liqueurs to the extent that, in the opinion of the Board, the person cannot safely perform as a physician assistant.





    E.
  66. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant or an applicant for a physician assistant license who has or has done which of the following?

    (1) has a mental or physical condition that renders the person unable to safely perform as a physician assistant;
    (2) has committed an act of moral turpitude
    (3) has failed to practice as a physician assistant in an acceptable manner consistent with public health and welfare
    (4) prescribes, dispenses, or administers a drug or treatment that is nontherapeutic in nature or nontherapeutic inthe manner the drug or treatment is prescribed, dispensed, or administered.





    B.
  67. The Physician Assistant Board may take action against a physician assistant who meets which of the followingcriteria?

    (1) has had the person's license or other authorization to practice as a physician assistant suspended, revoked, orrestricted or who has had other disciplinary action taken by another state regarding practice as a physicianassistant;
    (2) has repeated or recurring meritorious health care liability claims that in the opinion of the board evidenceprofessional incompetence likely to harm the public;
    (3) through his or her practice as a physician assistant sexually abuses or exploits another person;
    (4) is removed or suspended or has disciplinary action taken by his or her peers in any professional association orsociety, or is being disciplined by a licensed hospital or medical staff of a hospital if that action, in the opinion ofthe Board, was based on unprofessional conduct or professional incompetence that was likely to harm the public.





    B.
  68. If a physician assistant, or an applicant for a physician assistant license, is found to have committed an act that issubject to disciplinary action, the Physician Assistant Board may take which of the following actions?

    (1) deny the person's application for a license or license renewal or revoke the person's license or otherauthorization;
    (2) require the person to complete additional training;
    (3) suspend, limit, or restrict the person's license;
    (4) assess an administrative penalty.





    D.
  69. If a physician assistant, or an applicant for a physician assistant license, is found to have committed an act that issubject to disciplinary action, the Physician Assistant Board may take which of the following actions?

    (1) limit the practice of the physician assistant to one or more specified activities or exclude from the practice ofthe physician assistant one or more specified activities;
    (2) require the person to submit to the care, counseling, or treatment of a health care practitioner designated bythe Physician Assistant Board
    (3) order the person to perform public service
    (4) administer a public reprimand.





    B.
  70. The Board shall provide a physician assistant who is the subject of a formal complaint with access to allinformation in its possession subject to certain exceptions. The Board is not required to provide which of the following?

    (1) any information deemed to be too sensitive to be in the public domain
    (2) Board investigative reports
    (3) the identity of the complainant, if they are not going to testify at the hearing.




    D (1), (2) and (3)
    E. None of the above.
    B.
  71. A physician assistant has a duty to report relevant information to the Board related to the acts of another physicianassistant in this state in which of the following situations?





    C.
  72. Which of the following is true regarding the disciplinary actions that may be taken by the Board against aphysician assistant? The disciplinary action:





    C.
  73. The Board may impose an administrative penalty against a physician assistant who violates the Physician Assistant Act or a Board rule adopted under the Act. The amount of the penalty:





    D.
  74. The Board may temporarily suspend the license of a physician assistant:





    D.
  75. In addition to or in place of an administrative penalty imposed by the Board against a physician assistant whoviolates the Physician Assistant Act or a Board rule adopted under the Act, the Board may:





    A.
  76. A person working in a physician's office may be called a physician assistant only if:





    C.
  77. If a person holds himself or herself out as a physician assistant, acts as a physician assistant or uses somecombination or abbreviation of the term "physician assistant" without meeting the legal requirements for the use ofthat term, which of the following are true? The person:

    (1) may be subject to discipline by the Board of Nurse Examiners if he or she has a nursing license;
    (2) commits a misdemeanor punishable by a fine;
    (3) commits a felony of the third degree.





    C.
  78. In determining whether a physician assistant has committed an act subject to disciplinary action, the Board will dowhich of the following?

    (1) the Board will conduct a preliminary investigation of a complaint filed with the Board
    (2) on completion of the preliminary investigation, the Board will determine whether to officially proceed on thecomplaint
    (3) the Board will keep the complaint and the investigation file confidential.





    D.
  79. If, following an investigation, the Board determines to officially proceed on a complaint, which of the following aretrue?

    (1) a panel consisting of at least two Board representatives will conduct an informal meeting or hearing, aftergiving the physician assistant at least 30 days notice, to consider whether an act subject to disciplinary action hasbeen committed
    (2) the physician assistant will be allowed to be present at the hearing and to be heard, but will not be allowed tohave an attorney or other representative at the hearing
    (3) both the physician assistant and the complainant will be provided an opportunity to be heard at the hearing
    (4) after the conclusion of the informal proceeding, the panel will attempt to mediate the disputed matters andmake a recommendation regarding the disposition of the case without proceeding to a formal, contested casehearing.





    C.
  80. A physician assistant who has cause to believe that a resident of a nursing home or similar institution has been ormay be adversely affected by abuse or neglect:





    D.
  81. A physician assistant who treats a person for injuries that he or she has reason to believe were caused by familyviolence is required to do which of the following?

    (1) counsel the person on ways to avoid provoking violence
    (2) advise the patient that you are going to report the injury to the police
    (3) immediately provide the person with information regarding the nearest family violence shelter and documentthis in the person’s medical record
    (4) document in the person’s medical record the reasons for the belief the person’s injuries were caused by familyviolence and provide to the person the notice, in the form specified in the Texas Family Code, regarding theirrights and how they may be protected from family violence.





    D.
  82. If a physician assistant has cause to believe that a child has been abused or neglected or may be abused orneglected, which of the following is true?





    A.
  83. Which of the following entities is not an appropriate place for a physician assistant to report suspected childabuse?





    A.
  84. "Abuse" of a child, as defined by law, includes which of the following?

    (1) causing, permitting, encouraging, engaging in, or allowing the photographing, filming, or depicting of the child ifthe person knew or should have known that the resulting photograph, film, or depiction of the child is obscene orpornographic
    (2) failure to make a reasonable effort to prevent an action by another person that results in physical injury thatresults in substantial harm to the child
    (3) mental or emotional injury to a child that results in an observable and material impairment in the child’s growth,development, or psychological functioning
    (4) the current use by a person of a controlled substance in a manner or to the extent that the use results inphysical, mental or emotional injury to a child.





    A.
  85. Which of the following persons may not consent to medical treatment of a child when the person having the right to consent as provided by law cannot be contacted?





    B.
  86. Which of the following persons may consent to medical treatment of a child when the person having the right toconsent as provided by law cannot be contacted?

    (1) an adult first cousin of the child
    (2) a peace officer who has lawfully taken custody of the child, if the peace officer has reasonable grounds tobelieve the child is in need of immediate medical treatment
    (3) an adult aunt or uncle of the child
    (4) an adult who has actual care, control, and possession of the child and has written authorization to consentfrom a person having the right to consent.





    B.
  87. "Neglect" of a child, as defined by law, includes which of the following?

    (1) the failure to seek, obtain, or follow through with medical care for a child, with the failure resulting in orpresenting a substantial risk of death, disfigurement, or bodily injury or with the failure resulting in an observableand material impairment to the growth, development, or functioning of the child
    (2) the failure to provide a child with food, clothing, or shelter necessary to enable the child to participate in schooland other functions and activities at a level equal to the average of other children in the lowest economic quartile
    (3) the failure to provide a child with food, clothing, or shelter necessary to sustain the life or health of the child,excluding failure caused primarily by financial inability unless relief services had been offered and refused.





    C.
  88. If a person has cause to believe that an elderly person (65 years of age or older) or a disabled person is in a stateof abuse, neglect, or exploitation, which of the following is true?





    C.
  89. Given that a communication between a physician and a patient, relative to or in connection with any professionalservices as a physician to the patient, is confidential and privileged and may not be disclosed except in certaincircumstances, which of the following is true regarding a record of the identity, diagnosis, evaluation, or treatmentof a patient by a physician that is created or maintained by a physician?





    D.
  90. HIPAA is the acronym for a federal act relating to limitations on the use and disclosure of a patient’s healthinformation. HIPAA stands for:





    C.
  91. Under HIPAA, or HIPPA, which of the following is true? A patient's protected health information cannot be disclosed:





    D.
  92. If an adult patient in a hospital or nursing home is comatose, incapacitated, or otherwise mentally or physicallyincapable of communication, certain adults may act as a surrogate for the patient in order to give consent tomedical treatment. Under state law, who of the following has the first priority for consenting to medical treatment, if available?





    D.
  93. Consent for emergency care of an individual is not required under which of the following situations?

    (1) the individual is unable to communicate because of an injury, accident, or illness or is unconscious, and issuffering from what reasonably appears to be a life-threatening injury or illness
    (2) a court of record orders the treatment of an individual who is in an imminent emergency to prevent the individual’s serious bodily injury or loss of life
    (3) the individual is a minor who is suffering from what reasonably appears to be a life-threatening injury or illnessand whose parents, managing or possessory conservator, or guardian is not present.





    D.
  94. "Neglect" of an elderly person (age 65 and older) or a disabled person, as defined by law, includes which of the following?

    (1) failure of a caretaker to provide to the elderly or disabled person the goods or services, including medicalservices, that are necessary to avoid physical or emotional harm or pain
    (2) failure of the elderly or disabled person to provide for him- or herself the goods or services, including medicalservices, that are necessary to avoid physical or emotional harm or pain
    (3) failure of a caretaker to provide to the elderly or disabled person the goods or services, excluding medicalservices, that are necessary to avoid physical or emotional harm or pain.





    B.
  95. Using the resources of an elderly person (age 65 and older) or disabled person, as defined by law, for monetaryor personal benefit, profit, or gain constitutes "exploitation" if which of the following are true?

    (1) if the person using the resources of the elderly or disabled person has received benefits, profits or gains thatare more than "insignificant" as determined by a court of law
    (2) if the person using the resources of the elderly or disabled person is the natural heir of the elderly or disabledperson
    (3) if the person using the resources of the elderly or disabled person is a caretaker, family member or otherindividual who has an ongoing relationship with the elderly or disabled person
    (4) if the person using the resources did not obtain the informed consent of the elderly or disabled person.





    A.
  96. following?

    (1) injury, unreasonable confinement, intimidation or cruel punishment inflicted on the elderly or disabled personby the person’s caretaker
    (2) injury, unreasonable confinement, intimidation or cruel punishment inflicted on the elderly or disabled personby a family member or other individual who has an ongoing relationship with the person
    (3) sexual abuse of the elderly or disabled person, including any involuntary or nonconsensual sexual conduct,committed by the person’s caretaker
    (4) sexual abuse of the elderly or disabled person, including any involuntary or nonconsensual sexual conduct,committed by a family member or other individual who has an ongoing relationship with the person.





    B.
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