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Health Information Management Week Crossword Puzzle

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The process of assigning numeric classifications to diagnostic statements Coding
A record that is made of paper and electronic information is called Hybrid
A legal and ethical concept that establishes the healtcare provider's responsibility in protecting PHI Confidentiality
A means to convey permission to administer care Consent
The process that MMRA does Release
When a doctor is non-compliant with paperwork Suspensionlist
We like to celebrate anything in our department Potluck
Another name for Health Information Management Medicalrecords
What is another word we use for chief Teamleader
Information that is on a facesheet Demographics
What an analyst does with paperwork before it is scanned Prepping
What is the next step after paperwork is scanned Analyze
The process of extracting information from a document abstracting
The act of transferring PHI between care providers is called Exchange

HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT WEEK CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

A MEANS TO CONVEY PERMISSION TO ADMINISTER CARE CONSENT
WHEN THE DOCTORS CALL AND ARE ANGRY SPUSPENSIONLIST
ANOTHER WORD FOR CHIEF TEAMLEADS
THE WAY WE CELEBRATE ANYTHING IN OUR DEPARTMENT POTLUCK
A LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONCEPT THAT ESTABLISHES THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER'S RESPONSIBILITY IN PROTECTING PHI CONFIDENTIALITY
WHAT AN ANALYST DOES WITH PAPERWORK BEFORE IT IS SCANNED PREPPING
INFORMATION ON A FACESHEET DEMOGRAPHICS
THE PROCESS OF ASSIGNING NUMERIC CLASSIFICATIONS TO DIAGNOSTIC STATEMENTS CODING
THE PROCESS OF EXTRACTING INFORMATION FROM A DOCUMENT ABSTRACTING
A RECORD THAT IS MADE OF PAPER AND ELECTRONIC INFORMATION IS CALLED HYBRID
THE PROCESS THAT MMRA DOES RELEASE
ANOTHER NAME FOR HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT MEDICALRECORDS
WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP WHEN PAPERWORK IS SCANNED ANALYZE
THE NUMBER ASSIGNED TO EACH CASE IN A CANCER REGISTRY ACCESSION
THE ACT OF TRANSFERRING PHI BETWEEN CARE PROVIDERS EXCHANGE

Legal Terms Crossword

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Description

A relationship between harm to a patient and a health care provider’s negligence, such that the harm would not have occurred but for the provider’s negligence Causation
A procedure that takes place during discovery wherein a witness, a court reporter, and at least two attorneys meet, and the witness provides sworn answers to the attorneys’ questions. Deposition
A health care provider’s obligation to provide a quality of care that other health care providers would provide under similar circumstances. Duty of Care
The requirement that a doctor or other health care provider inform the patient about treatment options, risks associated with a certain procedure, and other important medical information related to their care Informed Consent
The processes of using the court system to solve a conflict between a doctor and a patient Litigation
Negligent provision of health care. Malpractice
The initial documents filed in a lawsuit, including the patient’s complaint and the health care provider’s answer. Pleadings
Money paid by a health care provider to a patient victimized by medical malpractice, designed to punish the health care provider for conduct that is considered particularly egregious. Punitive Damages
When a defendant doctor (usually through an insurance carrier) agrees to pay the plaintiff patient an amount of money in exchange for the plaintiff’s agreement to release the doctor from liability in a malpractice case Settlement
The quality of care that a health care provider should have provided, measured by the level of care that a reasonably skilled health care professional would have provided in similar circumstances. Standard of care
Period of time during which a patient must go to court to file a medical malpractice lawsuit, or lose the right to file. Statue of Limitations
The state of being legally responsible for the harm one causes another person. Liability
The failure to use ordinary or reasonable care - care that persons would normally exercise to avoid injury to themselves or to others under similar circumstances. negligence
are legal wrongs committed against a person or the property of another. tort
 The athlete understands the dangers associated with participating in a particular sport, and participates voluntarily knowing of the exposed dangers. Assumption of risk

Health Information Professionals Week Word Search

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RECORDS
FILE
AUDIT
DISCHARGE
CHART
QUALITY DATA
AWARENESS
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
HEALTHCARE
ACCURATE
RELIABILITY
EXPERTS
PRIVACY
CONFIDENTIAL
RELEASE OF INFORMATION

HEALTH INFORMATION Word Search

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RELEASE OF INFORMATION
ABSTRACTIING
HIPAA
MEDICAL RECORD
AAPC
HEALTH INFORMATION
MEDICAL NECESSITY
CHART
RHIA
AUDIT
DATA
PRIVACY
CODING
RHIT
COMPLIANCE
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SECURITY
FILE
REGISTRATION
EHR
PHI
CHART ASSEMBLY
TRANSCRIPTION
AHIMA
KHIMA
PROVIDER
CODER
ICD10

HIP Week 2019 Crossword

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Authorization for Disclosure of Protected Health Information Release of Information
HIM acronym Health Information Management
Central location for viewing all electronic patient information. Meditech
Basic Patient information Demographics
Party responsible for payment of patient account Guarantor
MRN Medical Record Number
EMR Electronic Medical Record
PPMH is short for_______________. Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital
Phoebe North Medical Center acronym PNMC
Phoebe Sumpter Medical Center acronym PSMC
Phoebe Worth Medical Center PWMC
FES stands for________________. Front End Scanning
Paper documents are __________into Meditech. Scanned
Location ___________ are prefixed by the facility. Mnemonics
Discharge Disposition Mapping Code 5 Home
Language Mapping Code 4 Spanish
Also known as Legal Chart EChart
Patient Care Assessment PCS
Patient Portal MNemonic Portal
Access to minors portal information requires a ______________. Proxy
Lab results not available on the Portal. Pathology
Must be signed prior to Portal access. Agreement

The Total Health Care Team Crossword

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Description

position requires employee to have goo medical terminology and administrative skills admissions clerk
with addition training in the ophthalmic field medical assitant can become a COT
provides basic nursing care to patients in nursing and retirement homes CNA
lab tech who specializes in the formation,structure and function of cells cytologist
clerical and chairside assistant of dentists dental assistant
provides special training to perform dental services including radiology, apply meds and patient education dental hygientist
skilled in performing EKGs in clinic/hospital settings EKG Technician
also know n as a medical technologist works under the supervision of a pathologist Lab Technician
trained to work in physician offices on both th clinical and admin side CMA
professional nurse who completed a nursing program and passed examination RN
professional nurse with extensive training in labor and delivery Nurse Midwife
Registered nurse with a masters degree who works under the supervison of a physician Nurse practitioner
has basic nursing skills and commonly work in hospitals and nursing homes LPN
specialized training in nutritional management dietitian
has associate degree and works under the supervision of a Registered Occupational Therapist OTA
assist licensed pharmacist in preparing medications Pharmacy Technician
extensive training in drawing blood from veins phlebotomist
trained in certain aspects of the practice to provide assistance; under direct supervision of physician PA
training in radiology procedures; assist radiologist Xray Tech
performs routine clerical, communication and reception tasks in a hospital setting Unit Clerk

Nurse Aid 1 Word Search

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CHAIN OF COMMAND
CHARGE NURSE
CHRONIC
CITE
CONSCIENTIOUS
CONTINUITY OF CARE
COURTEOUS
DELEGATION
DEMENTIA
DIAGNOSIS
EMPATHETIC
FIRST IMPRESSION
FUNCTIONAL NURSING
HOLISTIC
HOME HEALTH CARE
HOSPICE CARE
INTERGENERATIONAL-CARE
JOINT COMMISSION
LENGTH OF STAY
LIABILITY
LONG-TERM CARE
LPN
NA/CNA
OUTPATIENT CARE
PET THERAPY
POLICY
PRIMARY NURSING
PROCEDURE
PROFESSIONALISM
REHABILITATION
RESIDENT
RESIDENT-FOCUSED CARE
RN
SANDWICH GENERATION
SKILLED WORKER
SUBACUTE CARE
TEAM LEADER
TEAM NURSING
TRUSTWORTHY

Chapter seven -Health information Functions Crossword

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Description

Is the process of identifying the source of health record entries by attaching a handwritten signature, the author's initials, or electronic signature. Aunthentication
The act of breaking down the components of a health record into pieces that can no longer be recognized as parts of the original record. Destruction
A list or database created and maintained by a healthcare facility to record the name and identification number of every patient who has ever been admitted or treated in the facility Master patient index
The process of extracting information from a document to create a brief summary of a patient's illness, treatment, and outcome Abstracting
A computer software program designed to prevent unauthorized use of an information resource. Access control
The process whereby inactive health records are stored and made available for future use in compliance with state and federal requirements. Retention
The removal of a document from standard view within an electronic document management system. Retraction
An official designation indicating that a healthcare facility is in compliance with the Medicare Condition of Paticipation. Deemed Status
A list of the operations and surgical procedures performed ina health care facility that is sequenced according to the code numbers of the classification system in use. Operation index
Situation in which a patient is issued a medical record number that has been previously issued to a different patient. Overlay
Situation in which a patient is issued more than one medical record number from an organization with multiple facilities. Overlap
Patient health records that have been removed from the active file area. Purged records
A system of health record identification and storage that uses a combination of alphabetic letters( usually the first two letters of the patient's last name) and numbers to identify individual records. Alphanumeric filling system
A health record that includes both paper and electronic elements Hybrid Record
An organized list of specific data that serves to guide, indicate, or other facilitate reference to the data. Index
Specialty software used to facilitate the assignment of diagnostic and procedural codes according to the rules of the coding system Encoder
The granting of permission to disclose confidential information for purposes other than treatment, payment, or healthcare operations.. Authorization
Governing principles trhat describe how a department or an organization is supposed to handle a specific situation. Policies
The steps taken to implement a policy. Procedures
A plan in which health information is shared among providers. Health information exchange
A unique numeric or alphanumeric identifier assigned to each patient's record upon admission to a healthcare facility. Health record number
Health information management function that takes place outside of a traditional office setting. Virtual HIM

CNA Word Search

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name tag
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light duty
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draw sheet
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marissa lift
ez stand
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