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Chapter 1.01 Crossword Puzzle

Chapter 1.01 Crossword Puzzle
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An acute illness has a sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
Center for aide regulation and education
Continuing care retirement community
To find a problem though a survey
Civil Money Penalty
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services
Division of Health Service Regulation
Medical conditions determined by a doctor
Assisted individuals with their daily living, provided safety, and comfort
A serious, unexpected, and often dangerous situation immediate action
The collective physical and psychological occurrences of patients surveyed
The study of health, wellness, and disease later in life
Homes for the aged license
Health Care Personnel Registry
Care that is performed at the patients home
Given in facilities or homes for people who have approximately 6 months or less to live
Care that focuses on the care and dignity of a person who is very sick/dying rather on curing him or her
An institution providing medical and surgical treatment and nursing care for sick or injured people
People who need 24 hour skilled care
Pertaining to the science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise and other non-surgical means.
That assists low-income families or individuals in paying for long-term medical and custodial care costs
Federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older or disabled or are ill and cannot work.
Care that is given by specialists to help restore or improve function after an illness or injury
Pertains to the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental operations.
An illness from which the resident is not expected to recover and will die. Residents with terminal illnesses are given

Health Science Unit 1 Terms Crossword

Health Science Unit 1 Terms Crossword
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An illness with sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
Center for aide regulation and education (branch of HCPR)
Continuing care retirement facility (includes skilled nursing)
An illness with slow or gradual onset, for which there is no known cure
The ability to do a task well, measured against a standard
Civil money penalty
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services
Division of Health Service Regulation
Identification of a medical condition as determined by a physician
sudden occurrence of a serious and urgent nature that demands immediate attention
pertaining to the aged or elderly
Homes for the aged
Health care personnel registry (section of DHSR)
provide care in the home for people needing health services, but not hospitalization
a determination by the department that an allegation of resident abuse or neglect has been substantiated
Paraprofessionals who provide frontline care and assistance to individuals with disabilities or impairments
Medical facilities run by several specialists working in cooperation associated with a hospital or medical school that deals with outpatients
to find a problem i a LTC facility through a survey done by an inspection team from the state (DHSR)
Care for persons with mental illness and disorders
A corrective measure for LTCs for noncompliance to federal and state nursing home laws and rules.
Pertaining to the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental operations.
Inspector from the state who visits nursing homes to determine if the nursing home meets federal and state rules
An illness from which the resident is not expected to recover and will die
Treating or fixing a medical or surgical problem
Pertaining to the science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise and other non‐surgical means.

1.01 Puzzle Crossword

1.01 Puzzle Crossword
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Provide care for individuals of all ages with a broad range of health problems.
Fines collected as a result of nursing home violations.
A slow or gradual on set, no cure, the illness can be controlled and complications prevented.
A sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover, typically requires short-term medical treatment.
Continued care retirement community (includes skilled nursing).
Identifying a medical condition or disease that is determined by a physician.
A sudden occurrence of serious and urgent nature that demands immediate attention.
Treating, fixing, or correcting a medical or surgical problem.
The resident is not expected to recover and will die.
The treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental operations.
The science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise and other non-surgical means.
Provide healthcare services for elderly, handicapped/disabled, and people with chronic illness.
Comfort care.
License and inspect homes for the aged.
Given by specialists to restore or improve function after an illness or injury.
For people who have approximately six months or less to live, comfort care.
To find a problem through a survey.
Medical assistance program for low-income people.
A federal agency that runs Medicare and Medicaid.
Displays chain of command, shows line of authority, identify worker's position, and immediate supervisor.
Conduct inspections to find out whether the nursing home meets federal rules.
Penalty for breaking a rule or law.
Substantiated allegation.
A health care center where patients visit a doctor for short term, non-life-threatening care.
An old person, especially one receiving special care.

1.01 Health care facilities crossword puzzle

1.01 Health care facilities crossword puzzle
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identification of a medical condition as determined by a physician.
Pertains to treating, fixing, or correcting a medical or surgical problem.
May range every 9 to 15 months
Inspectors from the state who visit nursing homes to conduct inspections
Federal health insurance program for people 65 & older and people with permanent kidney failure
Personal attendants who assist people with basic ADLs and housekeeping
Paraprofessionals (unlicensed) who provide frontline care and assistance to individuals
Provide care in the home for people needing health services, but not hospitalization
NC Division of Health Service Regulation
Care given in facilities or homes for people with < 6 months to live.
Facilities where 24-hour nursing care is given to residents unable to care for themselves
Smaller facilities, more like a family setting, < 7 people that are not related
Care for people who have been disabled by sickness or injury to recover many of their original abilities & relearn ADL’s.
Care for persons with mental illness and disorders
Pertaining to treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise and other “non-surgical” means
Pertains to the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental
Sudden occurrence of a serious and urgent nature that demands immediate attention
acute illness has a sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
has slow or gradual on set, for which there is no known cure, the illness can be controlled and complications prevented
from which the resident is not expected to recover and will die
Residents with terminal illnesses are given Palliative care (comfort care) instead of curative care.
for developmental disabled adults
Paraprofessionals (unlicensed) who provide frontline care and assistance to individuals

1.01 Terminology Crossword

1.01 Terminology  Crossword
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An illness with sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
Center for aide regulation and education
Continuing care retirement facility
An illness with slow and gradual onset
Medical facilities ran by several specialists
Ability to do a task well
Civil Money Penalty
Center for Medicare and Medicaid services
Department of health science regulations
Identification of a medical condition as determined by a physician
Occurrence of a serious/urgent nature
Determination of a patient abuse or neglect
Pertaining to old/elderly people
Home for the aged
Healthcare personnel registry
Providing healthcare for people in their homes
Caregiving in facilities or homes for people who have less than six months to live
facilities where 24 hour care is given to residents needing a high level of care
Insurance for low income people
Insurance giving for people who are over the age of 65 or or disabled
Care for people with mental illnesses or disorders
Inspector of the state visit nursing homes
Illness from with patient is not expected to recover and will die
Personal attendant who assist people with basic task
Care that helps restore person to the highest possible level of functioning

1.01 terminology Crossword

1.01 terminology  Crossword
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An illness with sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
continuing care retirement facility
sudden occurrence of a serious and urgent nature that demands immediate attention
health care personnel registry
pertaining to the science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise, and other non-surgical means
medical assistance program for low-income people. funded by federal gov and each state.
federal healthcare insurance program established in 1965 for people aged 65 or older and people with permanent kidney failure or certain disabilities
care for persons with mental illness and disorders
care that helps restore a person to the highest possible level of functioning, independence, control and adaption to a disability
A corrective measure of LTCs for noncompliance to federal and state nursing home laws and rules
pertaining to the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental operations
an illness from which the resident is not expected to recover and will die
treating or fixing a medical or surgical problem
homes for the aged license
To find a problem in a LTC facility through a survey done by an inspection team from the state
Medical facilities run by several specialists working in cooperation associated with a hospital or medical school that deals with outpatients.
civil money penalty
centers for medicare and medicaid services
department of health service regulation
Identification of a medical condition as determined by a physician.
a determination by the Department that an allegation of patient abuse or neglect, or misappropriation of patient property has been sustained
Care give in facilities or homes for people who have less than six months to live. Goals are comfort and dignity.
Facilities staffed by physicians, nurses, and support staff who provide inpatient care to those who need close monitoring and treatment and outpatient care for those who need treatment but not close monitoring.
Facilities where 24-hour supervised nursing care is given to residents needing a high level of care for ongoing conditions.
Inspector from the state who visits nursing homes to determine if the nursing home meets federal and state rules.

1.01 Terminology Health Care Facilities and Organizational Structures Crossword

1.01 Terminology Health Care Facilities and Organizational Structures  Crossword
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A Continuing care retirement living community.
A slow or gradual onset, for which there is no know cure, the illness can be controlled and complications prevented.
Division of health service Regulations diagnostic.
Medical facilities run by several specialist working in cooperation associated with a hospital or medical school that deals with out patients.
A private establishment that provide living quarters and care for chronically ill, usually elderly patients.
To find a problem in a LTC facility through a survey done by a inspection team from the state.
Pertaining to the identification of a medical condition or disease as determined by a physician.
Civil money penalty, fines collected as a result of nursing home.
Medical problems with rapid onset, term used to distinguish cases from chronic condition.
The state nursing home review team leaves an exit report after the inspection or survey that outlines deficiencies noted during exception.
Sudden occurrence of a serious and urgent nature that demands immediate attention.
It is used in conjunction with the health care personnel registry
Pertaining to the aged or elderly
Homes for the aged(rest homes assist living).
Health care personnel registry
Care given in facilities or homes for people who have six or loss months to live
Provide Care in home for the patient needing health services, but not hospitalization
Facilities where 24 hour supervised nursing care is given to resident needing a high level of care for ongoing conditions
Pertaining to science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise, and other non surgical means.
Medical assistance program for low income people. Funded government and each state.
Care for person with mental illness and disorders
Care that helps restore a person to the highest possible level, or function, independence, control, and adaption to a disability
Personal attendants who assist people with basic task such as bathing, dressing, eating, grooming.
A diagram or a facility showing how each department fits into the system, identifies lines of authority, and areas of responsibility.
Federal health insurance programs established for people aged 65 and older and people with permanent kidney failure or certain diabetes.

1.01 Terms Crossword

1.01 Terms Crossword
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sudden onset of illness from which a resident is expected to recover
center for aide regulation and education
center for aide regulation and education
slow and gradual onset for only to be controlled and prevented
successful/efficient outcome
civil money penalty
center for medicare and medicaid services
division of health service regulation
identification of a medical disease/condition determined by physician
nurse aides, personal care attendants, and other unlicensed paraprofessionals
elderly/elderly care
homes for the aged
health care personnel registry
provide care for people at home needing health services
a group of people performing specific tasks helping others
treating incurable conditions by minimizing symptoms
provides care for all ages aimed toward treatment for a broad set of health problems
science of treatment, including drugs, exercise, diet, etc
federal health program paying for expenses of people over 65
a public health program funded by taxpayers for medical assistance to low/no income families
an accusation being investigated
treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental means
conduct inspections to find federal rules met in nursing homes
resident is not expected to recover
treating, fixing, or correcting medical/surgical problem

1.01 NF Crossword

1.01 NF Crossword
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An acute illness has a sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
Center for aide regulation and education
Continuing care retirement community (includes skilled nursing)
A disease that persists for a long time. Chronic diseases generally cannot be prevented by vaccines or cured by medication, nor do they just disappear. Chronic diseases tend to become more common with age.
To find a problem though a survey
An establishment or hospital department where outpatients are given medical treatment
The ability to do something successfully
Civil Money Penalty
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services
The surveyors' professional knowledge and interpretation of Medicare and / or Medicaid or Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments requirements
Division of Health Service Regulation
Medical conditions determined by a doctor
Assisted individuals with their daily living, provided safety, and comfort
Direct Care Worker
The collective physical and psychological occurrences of patients surveyed
The study of health, wellness, and disease later in life
Homes for the aged license
Health Care Personnel Registry
Care that is performed at the patients home
A business or organization established to provide a particular service
Given in facilities or homes for people who have approximately 6 months or less to live. Care that focuses on the care and dignity of a person who is very sick/dying rather on curing him or her.
an institution providing medical and surgical treatment and nursing care for sick or injured people.
People who need 24 hour skilled care
Pertaining to the science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise and other non-surgical means.
That assists low-income families or individuals in paying for long-term medical and custodial care costs

1.01 Terminology Crossword

1.01 Terminology  Crossword
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A sudden onset condition with expected recovery.
Continuing Care Retirement Community
Civil Money Penalty
Centers for Medicare/Medicaid services
Division Of Health Services Regulations
A statement of what is wrong with a patient, determined by a physician
Urgent serious care
A branch of medicine dealing with the health car of the elderly
Health Care Personal Registry
Assisted minimal care given at a patients home
Services like; medicines, diet, and nonsurgical treatments
Financial aid on medical needs for the poor
Financial aid/insurance on medical needs for the disabled or blind
A place providing medical, and surgical treatment for the sick or injured
Personal assistant for the handicapped, mentally impaired, elderly, or physically limited patients
Surgery treatment
People who investigate and collect information on places of care and their workers
An illness from which a patient isn’t expected to recover
Services aimed to fix or correct
Care for the mentally ill or impaired
Workers who give assistance to those who need medical help
A place where outpatients receive medical treatment
Center for Aide Regulation and Education
Care seeking to provide comfort to patients with a terminal illness who can’t provide for themselves anymore
A slow/gradual illness, with no cure. Usually takes measures to control the illness to prevent complications.