1. The nasal cavity (nose), pharynx, and larynx are all located in the:
    • Upper respiratory tract
    • (from Unit 11)
  2. The inflammation of the main air passages (bronchi) to the lungs is also known as:
    • Bronchitis
    • (from Unit 11)
  3. A sudden blockage in a lung artery is also known as:
    • Pulmonary embolism (abbrv: PE)
    • (from Unit 11)
  4. High blood pressure in the arteries to your lungs is also known as:
    • Pulmonary hypertension
    • (from Unit 11)
  5. An infection in the urinary bladder is also known as?
    • Cystitis
    • (from Unit 12)
  6. The second most common type of infection in the body:
    • Urinary tract infection (abbrv: UTI)
    • (from Unit 12)
  7. Kidney diseases are referred to as?
    • Renal diseases
    • (from Unit 12)
  8. End stage kidney disease is also called:
    • Renal Failure
    • (from Unit 12)
  9. The type of renal dialysis that uses a machine to ride the body of harmful waste:
    • Hemodialysis
    • (from Unit 12)
  10. The general condition of the body or mind, especially in terms of the presence or absence of illnesses, injuries, or impairment is also known as:
    • Health
    • (from Unit 13)
  11. A strategy that seeks to eliminate or reduce exposures to harmful factors by modifying human behaviors is also known as:
    • Promotion
    • (from Unit 13)
  12. The number of deaths that occur at a specific time, in a specific group, or from a specific cause is also known as:
    • Mortality or mortality rate
    • (from Unit 14)
  13. What federal program seeks to improve American health care delivery and patient care through an unprecedented investment in health information technology?
    • HITECH
    • (from Unit 14)
  14. A process where the management of electronic health data is created or received for legal or business purposes is known as:
    • EHR Management
    • (from Unit 14)
  15. A computer application that allows a physician's orders for diagnostic, and treatment services (such as medications, laboratory, and other tests) to be entered electronically instead of being recorded on order sheets or prescription pads known as:
    • Computerized provider order entry (abbr: CPOE)
    • (from Unit 14)
  16. What organization was formed to coordinate health IT activities among the more than 20 federal agencies that provide health and healthcare services to citizens?
    • Federal Health Architecture (abbv: FHA)
    • (from Unit 14)

  17. List three functions of a Health Record:
    • 1. Document patient care
    • 2. Financial & legal record
    • 3. Provide communication among healthcare team members
    • 4. Repository of the clinical thought processes
    • 5. Research & continuous quality improvement
    • 6. Single point at which all clinical data are archived for long-term use

    • Note: Test question will be "Choose the one that doesn't match"
    • (from Unit 15)
  18. What are the 5 'Rights' of information?
    • 1. Right amount
    • 2. Right info
    • 3. Right person
    • 4. Right place
    • 5. Right time

    • NOTE: Test question will be "Choose the one that doesn't match"
    • (from Unit 15)
  19. An Internet-based set of tools that allows people to access and coordinate their lifelong health information and make appropriate parts of it available to those who need it is also called a:
    • Personal health record
    • (from Unit 16)
  20. Components of the Electronic Health Record include:
    • 1. Admission/ Discharge/ Transfer systems (abbr A/D/T)
    • 2. Billing Systems
    • 3. Clinical Systems
    • 4. Laborary systems
    • 5. Pharmacy systems

    • NOTE: Test question will be "choose the one that doesn't match"
    • (from Unit 16)
  21. The right of individuals to protect their information or records and refers to the situation of establishing a relationship and sharing private information is also known as:
    • Confidentiality
    • (from Unit 16)
  22. Protection of information from accidental or intentional access by unauthorized people, unauthorized modification, or unauthorized accidental or intentional destruction is also known as an
    • Security
    • (from Unit 16)
  23. _____set national standards for the security of electronic protected health information and the Patient Safety Rule protects indentifiable information when being used to analyze patient safety events and improve patient safety.
    • HIPPA
    • (from Unit 16)
  24. _____refers to the highst level of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) terminology model for exchange of information between information systems.
    • HL7
    • (from Unit 17)
  25. ______ of the Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine and Clinical Terms. This language is really only a compilation of many of the healthcare terminologies organized together in one terminology structure, including commonly used medical and nursing languages.
    • (from Unit 17)
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HITECH Redesign - Terminology in Health Care TEST 2