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Apply the flowchart tool to a common HIM process and analyze the process for opportunities to improv
Apply the flowchart tool to a common HIM process and analyze the process for opportunities to improv
Create and Analyze a Process Flowchart

A flowchart is a graphic representation of how a process works. For performance improvement purposes, a flowchart helps people clarify how things are currently working and how they could be improved. In this project you'll create a flow chart for a work process and identify opportunities for improving the efficiency of the proce
Nursing and Clinical   cangyufeiyi   174   Asked 11 months ago
You are the coding manager for a large city hospital. You outsource some overflow coding to a vendor
You are the coding manager for a large city hospital. You outsource some overflow coding to a vendor
You are the coding manager for a large city hospital. You outsource some overflow coding to a vendor. As the contact person for those coders, you sometimes get e-mails asking for discharge dates or dispositions to be entered so the account can be finalized. You would like those coders to be able to enter that information themselves to save you time. Your HIM director has a differing
Nursing and Clinical   cangyufeiyi   324   Asked A year ago
Consider a radiology practice system (as a subsystem of the clinical information systems
Consider a radiology practice system (as a subsystem of the clinical information systems
A4.1 Describe the most typical 5-6 features of a radiology practice system.

A4.2. What criteria would be applicable if you have to choose a particular radiology practice system for a hospital.

A4.3.What physical security means and authentication means would be suitable for a radiology practice system.

Nursing and Clinical   OGPussPounder   87   Asked A year ago
In teams, compare and contrast research, EBP, EBM, and QI. Provide examples for each.
In teams, compare and contrast research, EBP, EBM, and QI. Provide examples for each.
In teams, compare and contrast research, EBP, EBM, and QI. Provide examples for each.
Nursing and Clinical   Nurse Ratched   80   Asked A year ago
Is the organization adaptive, and in what ways? Is it rigid and what effect does this have on its me
Is the organization adaptive, and in what ways? Is it rigid and what effect does this have on its me
Consonant and dissonant cultures can be found in many organizations. It is important to understand the differences between a consonant and a dissonant organization culture to improve an organization’s culture. Select an organization (a hospital unit, home care agency, school, or other clinical site that you have worked in as a student or staff or you might choose your school, other
Nursing and Clinical   Nurse Ratched   75   Asked A year ago
Visit the Transforming Care at the Bedside (TCAB) website. Review the content, e
Visit the Transforming Care at the Bedside (TCAB) website. Review the content, e
Visit the Transforming Care at the Bedside (TCAB) website. Review the content, examples, PowerPoint presentations, and videos on the content. How does this content about TCAB relate to content in this chapter?
Nursing and Clinical   Nurse Ratched   78   Asked A year ago
Several examples of methods that might be used to analyze data are described in Figure 3-4. Find exa
Several examples of methods that might be used to analyze data are described in Figure 3-4. Find exa
Several examples of methods that might be used to analyze data are described in Figure 3-4. Find examples of these methods in the literature or in your clinical setting. Do the methods help to provide a picture of the data? Why or why not? Share your examples.
Nursing and Clinical   Nurse Ratched   61   Asked A year ago
There is general agreement on a postsurgical unit that the admission assessment template that is ...
There is general agreement on a postsurgical unit that the admission assessment template that is ...
There is general agreement on a postsurgical unit that the admission assessment template that is used is lengthy, unwieldy, and includes many parameters that are not relevant to the care of the patient population on the unit.
 
  Which of following aspects of amending the assessment
  template best exemplifies the concept of shared governance?
 
  A) Manag
Nursing and Clinical   Rydilly17   57   Asked A year ago
Dimensions of culture related to how power is used in different societies is an example of which ...
Dimensions of culture related to how power is used in different societies is an example of which ...
Dimensions of culture related to how power is used in different societies is an example of which main component of Liden's servant leadership model?
 
  a. Antecedent conditions
  b. Servant behaviors
  c. Leadership outcomes
  d. Transactional leadership

Question 2

The qualities and disposition of the leader descr
Nursing and Clinical   ladymac07   43   Asked A year ago
I am a leader who carefully watches the complexity of the situation and takes appropriate actions. I ...
I am a leader who carefully watches the complexity of the situation and takes appropriate actions. I ...
I am a leader who carefully watches the complexity of the situation and takes appropriate actions. I am using
 
  a. Requisite variety
  b. Mental modeling
  c. Environmental actions
  d. Social modeling

Question 2

An advantage that effective teams can bring to organizations is
 
  a. Higher-quality lea
Nursing and Clinical   CCashley   42   Asked A year ago
The leader must match appropriate behaviors with a team member's problem. This is similar to the ...
The leader must match appropriate behaviors with a team member's problem. This is similar to the ...
The leader must match appropriate behaviors with a team member's problem. This is similar to the basic concepts in which theory?
 
  a. Leader-member exchange
  b. Situational approach
  c. Authentic leadership
  d. Servant leadership

Question 2

Which of the following is not one of Hackman's six enabling conditions
Nursing and Clinical   roymiana   58   Asked A year ago
Taking executive action that is remedial is
Taking executive action that is remedial is
Taking executive action that is remedial is
 
  a. An internal action
  b. An external action
  c. An external monitoring process
  d. A task or relationship internal action

Question 2

Internal task-oriented leadership actions include
 
  a. Goal focusing
  b. Managing conflict
  c. Networking
Nursing and Clinical   alexaaaaaaa   110   Asked A year ago
Beauchamp and Childress propose focal virtues that are more pivotal than others in characterizing a ...
Beauchamp and Childress propose focal virtues that are more pivotal than others in characterizing a ...
Beauchamp and Childress propose focal virtues that are more pivotal than others in characterizing a virtuous person. These focal virtues include (select all that apply):
Human values development is often referred to as:
 
  a. moral development. c. ethical values.
  b. faith development. d. formal operations development.
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Nursing and Clinical   owjiahao   66   Asked A year ago
A novice nurse is coming to the end of her 12-hour shift. Suddenly, one of the clients who had been ...
A novice nurse is coming to the end of her 12-hour shift. Suddenly, one of the clients who had been ...
A novice nurse is coming to the end of her 12-hour shift. Suddenly, one of the clients who had been progressing well is found unresponsive. Emergency measures are started, but unfortunately this client dies.
 
  As the nurse reviews the client's record with a supervisor, what does the supervisor recognize?
  A) There were subtle laboratory changes the nurse missed
Nursing and Clinical   kenzz8   39   Asked A year ago
A group of nurses are attending a seminar discussing the impact of the socialization of women ...
A group of nurses are attending a seminar discussing the impact of the socialization of women ...
A group of nurses are attending a seminar discussing the impact of the socialization of women including nurses on nursing's power base. The speaker determines that the seminar was successful when the nurses identify which point as most accurate?
 
  A) Nurses work together cooperatively to speak in a united voice.
  B) Nurses view power and politics negatively.
Nursing and Clinical   karankhosla   48   Asked A year ago
While conducting a family assessment, the nurse determines that a particular family's structure is ...
While conducting a family assessment, the nurse determines that a particular family's structure is ...
While conducting a family assessment, the nurse determines that a particular family's structure is binuclear. Some potential challenges inherently faced by binuclear families include:
 
  1. Challenges related to co-parenting and joint custody, including negotiation and compromise between the parents about childrearing decisions.
  2. Issues related to both parents b
Nursing and Clinical   andi   30   Asked A year ago
Which statement regarding acronyms in nutrition is accurate?
Which statement regarding acronyms in nutrition is accurate?
Which statement regarding acronyms in nutrition is accurate?
 
  a. Dietary reference intakes (DRIs) consist of recommended dietary allowances (RDAs), adequate intakes (AIs), and upper limits (ULs).
  b. RDAs are the same as ULs except with better data.
  c. AIs offer guidelines for avoiding excessive amounts of nutrients.
  d. They all refer to green leafy
Nursing and Clinical   shirinnyy   49   Asked A year ago
An 18-year-old pregnant woman, gravida 1, is admitted to the labor and birth unit with moderate ...
An 18-year-old pregnant woman, gravida 1, is admitted to the labor and birth unit with moderate ...
An 18-year-old pregnant woman, gravida 1, is admitted to the labor and birth unit with moderate contractions every 5 minutes that last 40 seconds.
 
  The woman states, My contractions are so strong that I don't know what to do with myself. The nurse should:
  a. Assess for fetal well-being.
  b. Encourage the woman to lie on her side.
  c. Disturb the woma
Nursing and Clinical   MZ   47   Asked A year ago
The most important instruction to include in a teaching plan for a client in early pregnancy that ...
The most important instruction to include in a teaching plan for a client in early pregnancy that ...
The most important instruction to include in a teaching plan for a client in early pregnancy that has class I heart disease is that she:
 
  a. Must report any nausea or vomiting.
  b. May experience mild fatigue in early pregnancy.
  c. Must report any chest discomfort or productive cough.
  d. Should plan to increase her daily exercise gradually throughou
Nursing and Clinical   shirinnyy   48   Asked A year ago
The baseline fetal heart rate (FHR) is the average rate during a 10-minute segment. Changes in FHR ...
The baseline fetal heart rate (FHR) is the average rate during a 10-minute segment. Changes in FHR ...
The baseline fetal heart rate (FHR) is the average rate during a 10-minute segment. Changes in FHR are categorized as periodic or episodic. These patterns include both accelerations and decelerations.
 
  The labor nurse is evaluating the patient's most recent 10-minute segment on the monitor strip and notes a late deceleration. This is likely to be caused by which physio
Nursing and Clinical   brwneyedhottie   38   Asked A year ago
The standard of care for obstetrics dictates that an internal version might be used to manipulate ...
The standard of care for obstetrics dictates that an internal version might be used to manipulate ...
The standard of care for obstetrics dictates that an internal version might be used to manipulate the
 
  a. Fetus from a breech to a cephalic presentation before labor begins
  b. Fetus from a transverse lie to a longitudinal lie before cesarean birth
  c. Second twin from an oblique lie to a transverse lie before labor begins
  d. Second twin from a trans
Nursing and Clinical   miya123   32   Asked A year ago
The nurse is caring for a woman in labor at 39 weeks and 5 days of gestation. Her labor progress has ...
The nurse is caring for a woman in labor at 39 weeks and 5 days of gestation. Her labor progress has ...
The nurse is caring for a woman in labor at 39 weeks and 5 days of gestation. Her labor progress has slowed due to poor contractions.
 
  After discussion with the provider, a decision has been made that she is a good candidate for ___________ of labor. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
Nursing and Clinical   JamiLC   34   Asked A year ago
A coffee cup holds 180 mL. How many milliliters are documented when the client drinks 2 cups of ...
A coffee cup holds 180 mL. How many milliliters are documented when the client drinks 2 cups of ...
A coffee cup holds 180 mL. How many milliliters are documented when the client drinks 2 cups of coffee?
 
  A) 360
  B) 420
  C) 510
  D) 600
Nursing and Clinical   Hems271   31   Asked A year ago
Which antibody commonly causes delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions?
Which antibody commonly causes delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions?
Which antibody commonly causes delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions?
 
  a. Anti-A,B
  b. Anti-Jka
  c. Anti-K
  d. Anti-Lea
Nursing and Clinical   Fat   51   Asked A year ago
Pyruvate kinase is responsible for the conversion of:
Pyruvate kinase is responsible for the conversion of:
Pyruvate kinase is responsible for the conversion of:
 
  a. NADPH to ATP
  b. Glucose to glucose 6 phosphate
  c. PEP (phosphoenol pyruvate) to pyruvic acid
  d. Pyruvic acid to lactic acid
Nursing and Clinical   Katty2   36   Asked A year ago
A laboratician is scanning a cytospin and notices a few solid-staining wrinkled bodies on the ...
A laboratician is scanning a cytospin and notices a few solid-staining wrinkled bodies on the ...
A laboratician is scanning a cytospin and notices a few solid-staining wrinkled bodies on the cytospin prep. What is the most likely identification of this?
 
  a. Histoplasma infiltration
  b. Cryptococcus infiltration
  c. Candidiasis
  d. Bacterial contaminationCorrect Answer: B
Nursing and Clinical   daniellelady   41   Asked A year ago
Where is the largest percentage of iron in the body located?
Where is the largest percentage of iron in the body located?
Where is the largest percentage of iron in the body located?
 
  a. Stored in the bone marrow
  b. Stored in the liver
  c. Attached to hemoglobin in erythrocytes
  d. In the cytoplasm of macrophages
Nursing and Clinical   jazzy23   41   Asked A year ago
An example of quality assessment would be checking for multiple venipunctures on the same patient. ...
An example of quality assessment would be checking for multiple venipunctures on the same patient. ...
An example of quality assessment would be checking for multiple venipunctures on the same patient.
 
  Indicate whether this statement is true or false.
Nursing and Clinical   nc2012   36   Asked A year ago
When hemoglobin is released from RBCs and serum becomes tinged as pink or red, this condition is ...
When hemoglobin is released from RBCs and serum becomes tinged as pink or red, this condition is ...
When hemoglobin is released from RBCs and serum becomes tinged as pink or red, this condition is referred to as:
Nursing and Clinical   lynch1234   27   Asked A year ago
The signs and symptoms of glaucoma are not noticed until vision loss occurs. (True or false?)
The signs and symptoms of glaucoma are not noticed until vision loss occurs. (True or false?)
The signs and symptoms of glaucoma are not noticed until vision loss occurs.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
Nursing and Clinical   cmsx27   46   Asked A year ago
A nurse is caring for a client with iron deficiency anemia who is receiving iron supplements. What ...
A nurse is caring for a client with iron deficiency anemia who is receiving iron supplements. What ...
A nurse is caring for a client with iron deficiency anemia who is receiving iron supplements. What information should the nurse include in the teaching plan for this client?
 
  A) Frequency of urination will increase.
  B) Soreness of throat might occur.
  C) Itching of throat might occur.
  D) Color of stools will become darker.
Nursing and Clinical   rriueiei   42   Asked A year ago
A client is prescribed sargramostim (Leukine). Before administering the drug, the nurse would inform ...
A client is prescribed sargramostim (Leukine). Before administering the drug, the nurse would inform ...
A client is prescribed sargramostim (Leukine). Before administering the drug, the nurse would inform the client that which of the following may occur with this drug? Select all that apply.
 
  A) Bone pain
  B) Anemia
  C) Infection
  D) Nausea
  E) Rash
Nursing and Clinical   jshuo   29   Asked A year ago
Which of the following are factors that could be part of a person's cultural identity? (Select all ...
Which of the following are factors that could be part of a person's cultural identity? (Select all ...
Which of the following are factors that could be part of a person's cultural identity? (Select all that apply.)
 
  A) Common family customs
  B) Common language
  C) Common stressors
  D) Gender
  E) Adaptive resources
Nursing and Clinical   johnyyyman3   31   Asked A year ago
A person has a nasogastric tube. To prevent the tube from irritating the nose, the tube is secured to the:
A person has a nasogastric tube. To prevent the tube from irritating the nose, the tube is secured to the:
A person has a nasogastric tube. To prevent the tube from irritating the nose, the tube is secured to the:
Nursing and Clinical   cagops007   51   Asked A year ago
After a cardiac catheterization, an infant is diagnosed with a malformation of the mitral valve. The ...
After a cardiac catheterization, an infant is diagnosed with a malformation of the mitral valve. The ...
After a cardiac catheterization, an infant is diagnosed with a malformation of the mitral valve. The nurse will monitor the client for the development of a problem associated with the delivery of
 
  1. oxygenated blood to the body.
  2. deoxygenated blood to the lung.
  3. oxygenated blood to the right atrium.
  4. deoxygenated blo
Nursing and Clinical   ktrcathy   45   Asked A year ago
The nurse is preparing to perform a health assessment of the abdomen. What is the correct order to ...
The nurse is preparing to perform a health assessment of the abdomen. What is the correct order to ...
The nurse is preparing to perform a health assessment of the abdomen. What is the correct order to perform the assessment?
 
  1. Auscultate, percuss, palpate, inspect
  2. Inspect, auscultate, palpate, percuss
  3. Inspect, auscultate, percuss, palpate
  4. Palpate, percuss, auscultate, inspect
Nursing and Clinical   albert123445   53   Asked A year ago
The nurse is reviewing information available through the state board of nursing. Which of the ...
The nurse is reviewing information available through the state board of nursing. Which of the ...
The nurse is reviewing information available through the state board of nursing. Which of the following would be considered as part of this information?
 
  a. Approve educational programs that prepare individuals for taking the NCLEX-RN examination in another state
  b. Explain how the state board of nursing is a federal organization
  c. Di
Nursing and Clinical   Uyentrinh21   41   Asked A year ago
An elderly Caucasian female patient tells a male nurse that she does not want him to be her nurse. ...
An elderly Caucasian female patient tells a male nurse that she does not want him to be her nurse. ...
An elderly Caucasian female patient tells a male nurse that she does not want him to be her nurse. An appropriate initial response by the nurse would be to say:
 
  1. You are not comfortable with a male nurse?
  2. You need to calm down.
  3. Discriminating against me may affect the care you receive.
  4. I'll stay with you until y
Nursing and Clinical   posiodensgurl   31   Asked A year ago
The dbridement of your client's wound is done using scissors that remove the necrotic tissue. Which ...
The dbridement of your client's wound is done using scissors that remove the necrotic tissue. Which ...
The dbridement of your client's wound is done using scissors that remove the necrotic tissue. Which type of dbridement is this?
 
  1. mechanical
  2. enzymatic
  3. autolytic
  4. sharp
Nursing and Clinical   lesh0402   23   Asked A year ago
An elderly hospitalized man develops severe diarrhea from gram-negative rods that compromised the ...
An elderly hospitalized man develops severe diarrhea from gram-negative rods that compromised the ...
An elderly hospitalized man develops severe diarrhea from gram-negative rods that compromised the normal flora of the bowel. What is the cause of the infection?
 
  A) Helminth
  B) Protozoa
  C) Nosocomial
  D) Virus
Nursing and Clinical   Sbermudez   22   Asked A year ago
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