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The purpose of an interdisciplinary team per OBRA is to?
a. determine whether or not the resident is safe to self-administer medications
b. required to be asked if they wish to self-administer medications
c. input from all disciplines [assesses needs, etc]
d. best determine residents needs
C. Input from all disciplines [assesses needs, etc.]
*
A cognitive femaile resident tells her regular NCA about a sexual encounter with a male resident. To whom must the NCA report this information?
a. charge nurse
b. no one
c. administrator
d the daughter of the resident
A. Charge nurse
*
Dinner is served at 4:30 PM and breakfast was served at 7:15 am the following day What should the surveyor cite in the observations and recommendations portion of the survey?
a. nothing all is ok
b. change 7:15 am to 7:30 am
c. more than 14 hrs have elapsed between meals
d. offer a nutritious snack at 8:30 pm
C. More than 14 hurs have elapsed between meals.
Who is the one person responsible for implementation and development of care policy?
a. the medical director
b. the administrator
c. the DON
d. the board of directors
A. The Medical director
*
Physician assessments, which have not been performed prior to admission, must occur within?
a. 24
b. 48
c. 60
d. 72 hrs
D. 72 Hours
The written fire safety plan must include?
a. evacuation chart
b. fire containment
c. how to use alarm devices
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
*
A CNA works 50 hours in one week for $5.00 per hour. She has a $50.00 payroll deduction. What is her gross pay? (Pay rate x reg. hrs) + (Overtime rate x Overtime hrs.) = gross pay
a. $225.00
b. $275.00
c. $200.00
d. $175.00
B. $275.00
*
An Administrator has decided to purchase a piece of physical therapy equipment which costs $65000.00 and has a useful life of 5 years. He decided to amortize the piece of equipment at 8% over 7 years. Ising straight-line depreciation, what is the annual depreciation?
Historical cost/Useful life = Annual Depreciation Expense
a. $13000
b. $5200
c. $18000
d. $12000
A. $13000
According to OSHA regulations facilities must do all of the following except?
a. post the OSHA work hazard poster
b. inform and educate employees on its contents
c. keep log of all accidents and injuries
d. punish employees for willful violations of OSHA requirements
D. Punish employees for willful violations of OSHA requirements
*
Which one is considered an ADL?
a. dressing
b. exercise
c. reading
d. running
A. Dressing
What is the best way to avoid stiffening of hand joints?
a. splinting
b. range of motion exercises
c. hydrotherapy
d. physical therapy
B. Range of motion exercises
**
What is the first step in determination of a resident's rehab. potential?
a. assess the residents needs
b. admit they have a problem
c. financial assessment of payer
d. none of the above
A. Assess the residents needs
With regard to ADL's what should be the focus of the facility?
a. don't let them decile
b. increase strenuous exercise
c. encourage weight gains
d. daily showers
A. Don't let them decline
A common misconception abut the aging process?
a. memory loss due to decreased brain mass
b. hearing loss
c. loss of sight
d. loss of bodily function
A. Memory loss due to decreased brain mass
*
Surveyors assess the focus of the dietary department based on?
a. therapeutic diets only
b. appearance and taste of foods
c. caloric value
d. temperatures only
B. Appearance and taste of foods
**
CNA's must be certified and registered?
a in every state in which they work
b. every two years
c. at their discretion
d. quarterly
A. In every state in which they work
*
Every resident has rights which include?
a. access to their medical records at all times
b. private closet space
c. copies of records at their expense within 24 hours
d. change rooms at their convenience
Access to their medical records at al times
**
What is true about the MDS?
a. must be coordinated by a LVN/LPN
b. it is a functional too ussed in the assessment and care of the resident
c. must be completed within 14 days of admission
d. must be coordinated by RN and signed by any LVN
C. Must be completed within 14 days of admission
*
In order to receve reimbursement for rehab serviced under Medicare, how many days a week must treatment be provided?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 5
D. 5
*
Using the LIFO system which supply should be used first?
SUPPLY PURCHASED
a. -A 1-12-98
b. -B 1-12-97
c. -C 2-12-96
d. -D 1-13-98
B. -B 1-12-97
*
An administrator is cited for having vents on common area bathroom doors, which contain porcelain toilets, sinks and fire resistant trash cans. What shuld he/she do?
a. contest the citing
b. install 1-1 1/2 hour fire doors
c. puff the fire alarmk
d. remove the trash cans
B. Install 1-1 1/2 hour fire doors
*
With regard to resident rights?
a. 160 sw. ft. i a semi-private dwellling
b. extra closet space by sharing with roommate
c. choice of roommate
d. choice of any vacant room in the facility
A 160 sq. ft. in a semi private dwelling
*
Which formula is a true representation of owner's equity?
a. total assets minus total liablilities
b. assets/liabilities
c. net income/net sales
d. cash on hand
A. Total assets minus Total liabilities
**
The vacility empoys 6 personnel for a specific funtion. Two of the empyees work 2080 hrs per year each and the other four each work 1040 hrs per year. How many FTE's does the facility employ for this function?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 5
C. 4
*
A facility must have administrative coverage from 8-8 Monday -Friday and weekends. What is the proper ratio for the dertermination of FTE's? [More than one person]
a. 84/40
b. 40/84
c. 50/34
d. 60/70
A. 84/40
**
With regard to physicians' assessment of the resident, he must visit how often?
a. once every 30 days for the first 90, then once every 60 thereafter.
b. once every 90 days
c. every 30 days
d. quarterly
A. once every 30 days for the first 90, then once every 60 thereafter
An at risk employee who initially decines the Hep B vaccination now requests immunization. Who pays for it?
a. employee
b. facility
c. employee 50%
d. texas department of health
B. facility
****
An administrator hires a nurse consultant and permits her to discipline the nursing staff, and assess their work performance. The Administrator's promary concern when using this staff position along with a permenant DON involves?
a. role ambiguity
b. limited opportunity for that person to advance
c. scope of authority is lost
d. payroll
A. Role ambiguity
*
A satisfactory employee leaves most often for thies reason?
a. underused feels under appreciated
b. bad supervisor
c. underpaid
d. personal reasons
D personal reasons
What is the purpose of an internal control in relation to Risk Management?
a. imporve interpersonal relations among staff
b. Secure items, maintain finances, ensure accurate accounting procedures are followed
c. build cohesionin staff
d. imporve your preventive maintenance program
B. secure items, maintain finances, ensure accurate accounting procedures are followed
*
A new resident moves in to your vaciity with a lot of personal belongings. Two items of furniture, which the family refuses to part with, are crammed into the room and protrude into the walk space. That evening the room,ate of the new resident trips and is injured by the furniture. The administrator's primary concern should be?
a. safety
b. resident rights
c. wuality of care
d. disciplining the family
A. Safety
**
The administrator should do what?
a. have a CNA move the two pieces of furniture into storage
b. Contact the family and require them to remove one or both pieces
c. move the new resident to a bigger room
d. discharge the new resident
B. contact the family and require them to remove one or both pieces
*
A medication error ocurs. The Administrator's primary focus should be?
a. Effect on resident
b. counseling the CMA
c. Counseling the DON
d. Notification of the attending physician
A. Effect on resident
*
With regard to resident rights, a resident has the right to do what?
a. pick their own roommate
b. clean environment
c. decorate and hang pictures in room
d. have additional closet space
C. decorate and hang pictures in room
A resident with TB has the right to?
a. move rooms at will
b. leave the facility
c. eat in the regular dining area with healthy residents
d. participate in facility activities
D. participate in facility activities
*
Worker's compenstation insurance accounts for?
a. a percentage of lost wages due to accident or illness and related medical expenses
b. medical bills only
c. vacation time
d. retirement
A. a percentage of lost wages due to accident or illness, and related medical expenses.
With regard to worker's compensation?
a. standards are individualized by states
b. negligent employers pay higher premiums
c. death benefits are paid to the workers family
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
**
A family memeber has a complaint about a patient care issue. She should first contat what person, station/unit?
a. the administrator
b. the nursing staff
c. ombusdsman
d. the DON
B. The nursing staff
**
An infection that is acquired in healthcare facility?
a. nasopharangial
b. external
c. internal
d. nosocomial
D nosocomial
*
The primary cause of malnutrition in a nursing facility is?
a. calcium deficiency
b/ poor dentition
c. bad food
d. resident refuses to eat
B. poor dentition
*
A resident who historically has had defficulty swallowing must have the consistency of his food evaluated by?
a. physical therapy
b. occupational therapy
c. the dietary supervisor
d. speech therapy
D. Speech therapy
**
An attending physician wishes to prescribe a therapeutic diet At a minimum it must include?
a. daily recording of weight
b. diagnostic laboratory tests
c. type and consistency of diet
d. serum protein level
C. type and consistency of diet
The surveyor has made observations in the dietary department that the meat is stored frozen at -5 F, the milk is at 50 F refridgerated, and the cereal is at 50 F in dry storage. What's the problem? [Know temps]
a. milk and cereal
b. milk
c. meat
d. meat and milk
D. meat and milk
*
A CNA overhears a charge nurse discussing information of a sexual nature about one of the residents. The charge nurse is again overheard on a second occasion by the same CNA and this time in the presence of the DON. The CNA files a complaint, with the administrator. What should the administrator do?
a. counsel the CNA about making allegations
b. investigate the incident
c. reprimand the charge nurse
d. reprimand the DON
B. investigate the incident
*
With regard to the DON, the administrator should at a minimum require the DON to?
a. give an in-service to the department concerning this issue
b. reprimand the CNA
c. fire the charge nurse
d. resignation
A. give an inservice to the department concerning this issue
MSDS training posters must include everything except?
a. proper wear and use of PPE
b. compounds included in each chemical
c. where to store a place chemicals
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
*
A facility is about to implement a competency-training program; the first step is to?
a. hire extra staff
b. assess employee needs
c. increase budget for more inservice training
d. hire enough competent licensed staff to train non-professionals
B. assess employee needs
OSHA requirements do not have to be followed if?
a. previous 12 months accident free
b. federal standards are exceeded
c. OSHA 200 log is kept
d. A+B only
B. federal standards are exceeded
The following is true concerning the provision of lab services?
a. a written contract must exist
b. a memorandum of understanding must be in place
c. labs must be run in the facility
d. no contract is necessary
A. a written contract must exist
*
Medicare requires a financial statement to be filed at the end of the year
a. uniform cost erport
b. patient status report
c. balance sheet
d. income statement
A. Uniform cost report
**
Who may dispense drugs?
a. registered pharmacist
b. DON
c. LVN
d. CMA
A. registered pharmacist
*
A common eye problem which involves clouding lens?
a. cataract
b. pink eye
c. conjunctivitis
d. glaucoma
A. cataract
The quality assurance committee is primarily concerned with?
a. monitoring administration fo medication passes
b. identifying and solving compliance issues
c. ensuring quality resident care
d. ensuring facility policies and procedures are followed
C. ensuring quality resident care
*
every 12 months the dietary department must be given inservice training on? [local code]
a infection control
b. therapeutic diets
c. food handling
d. sanitation
C. food handling
*
The most important principle in Universal Precaustions is?
a. hand washing
b. wearing gloves
c. weaing gowns
d. uniform scrubs
A. hand washing
*
The best form of protection against blood brone pathogens?
a latex gloves
b. vaccination
c. inoculation
d emancipation
A. latex gloves
*
With regard to infection control:
a. treat all bodily substances containing blood as potentially infectious
b. all facilities must have an infection control committee
c. sharps' containers are not required in smaller faciilties
d. A+B only
D. A+B only
**
The most cost and time efficient method of passing medications for the nursing staff is to use the:
a unit-dose method
b. pre-poured method
c. medication codes
d. medication cart
A. unit-dose method
*
Power must be restored by the emergency generator within:
a. 5 minutes
b. 10 seconds
c. 15 seconds
d. 20 seconds
B. 10 seconds
When emergency power is activated what must be powered:
a. alarm systems
b. emergency exits
c. nursing call lights
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
*
Which is an example of redundant cueing
a. braile on elevator and elevator bells
b. photo of food and olfactory stimulation
c. audible nursing signal and a visible call light
d. lighted exits and audible alarms on the door
C. audible nurising sigbal and a visible call light
The purpose of a formal grievance process is to afford employees:
a. direct acess to the board of directors
b. to approach the next higher level of management
c. access tot he administrator
d.. none of the above
B. to approach the next higher level of management
Which is not a fringe benefit?
a. worker's compensation
b. sick leave
c. vacation time
d. shift differential
B. sick leave
Which question cannot be asked in an interview?
a. name
b. place of last employment
c. how long at last job
d. place of birth
D. place of birth
*
What temperature range must a facility maintain in all common areas?
a. 71-81
b. 60-70
c. 81-91
d. none of the above
A. 71-81
A surey team concerned with focusing on outcomes would be more interested in:
a. resident quality of life issues
b. financials of residents
c. OSHA
d. addministrator's CEU's
A. resident quality of life issues
Who is authorized to receive medical records?
a. 3rd party insuring company
b. 3rd party payer
c. next of kin
d. documented legal representative
D. documented legal representative
How can a resident be removed from a room without concent?
a. dr. OK's order to move
b. administrator approval
c. family memeber requests
d. protection of other residents
D. protection of other residents
What is not shown on a blance sheet?
a. # of days in AR
b. assets
c. O/E
d. liabilities
A. # of days in AR
The primary purpose of risk management is to protect:
a. employees
b. coporation
c. administrator
d. facility
A. employees
*
The purposeof a preventative maintenance program is:
a. to ensure safe operation of equipment
b. ensure equipment is cleaned
c. know when to do toutine placement due to useful life
d. ensure all employees know voltage requeirements
A. to ensure safe operation fo equipment
*
According to the Safe Medical Devices Act, incidents reportable to the FDA and manufacturer are:
a. minor injuries
b. minor illnesses
c. serious injuries or illnesses no later than 10 days after the incident
d. injuries causing lost time and wages
C. Serious injuries or illnesses no later than 10 days after the incedent
**
Determine the turnover ratio for the quearter, 198 employees on staff in October, 196 employees on staff in November, 200 employees in December. Over the 3-month spand, 20 employees were hired, fired or laid-off.
a. 5%
b. 20%
c. 10%
d. 50%
C. 10%
The facility is required to report resident's financial status on accounts:
a. annually
b. quarterly
c. monthly
d. semi-annually
B. quarterly
*
with regard to means of egress:
a. everyone must have a window on every door
b. all rooms must have a window on every wall
c. residents door must open to a corridor with access to an exit
d. residents must have a door with a window opening to the north
C. residents door must open to a corridor with access to an exit
*
Which is considered a revenue center?
a. in-house pharmacy
b. administrative services
c. dietary
d. maintenance
A. in-house pharmacy
*
Which is a staff position?
a. controller
b. administrator
c. DON
d. maintenance supervisor
A. controller
A medicare.medicaid certified facility implements a health status rejection policy barring admission fo certain medical conditions:
a. as long as services are uniform for both plans and non-plan-member
b. as long as the exception rule is follwed as established by HCFA
c. board of directors determines standards
d. the administrator sets standards
A. as long as services are uniform for both plan and non-plan-members
*
In the absence of State requirements, medical records must be maintained for a period of:
a. 5 years
b. 10 years
c. 1 year after the death of the resident
d. 1 year after the 21st year of life
A. 5 years
With regard to Medical repords: [storage]
a. must be stored in flame resistant cabinets
b. Dr. is the only one who can write opinions of medical conditions
c. must be uniform in appearance
d. none of the above
A. must be stored in flame resistant cabinets
*
Which is true concerning bedsores?
a. they are completely preventable
b. stage IV should be inn isolation
c. keep resident in bed
d. bed sores are sometimes nonpreventable in certain disease states
D. bed sores are sometimes nonpreventable in certain disease states
**
Which describes the relationship between resident and physician
a. open
b. closed
c. informed consent
d none of the above
C. informed consent
*
Volunteer workers in the recreation department may:
a. assess resident's congnitive abilities
b. handout mail
c. make notes in care plans
d. give shots
B. handout mail
*
Use of outside volunteers:
a. is more trouble than it is worth
b. is not legal
c. shows active community involvement
d. should be used to supplement talents of fall time staff
C. shows active community involvement
The primary gocus of a facility's public relations program should be to:
a. foster community relations
b. attract new residents
c. please everyone all the time
d. make staff happy
A. foster community relations
*
With regard to OSHA, which incidents are reportable:
a. treated with first aid no lost time from work
b. death
c. accident requiring medical treatment
d. B+C only
D. B+C only
*
The key components of a risk management program:
a. preventive measures and case management
b. liability control
c. both A+B
d. none of the above
A. preventive measures and case management
**
The Wagner Act provides for:
a. unionization
b. prosecution of violators who seek to stop establishment
c. none of the above
d. all of the above
A. unionization
*
The Wagner Act of 1935 was established under:
a. SSA
b. NLRA
c. OBRA
d. OSHA
B. NLRA
*
cash on hand $50000
acct. rec $45000
Equipment $50000
acct pay$75000

How much is working capital?

What is the current Ratio?
$20000 or 1.27:1
*
Case-mix management involves:
a. continuity of care according to need and cost of service
b. inventory control
c. risk management
d. none of the above
A. continutiy of care according to need and cost of service
The key person involved in the resolution of individual employee concerns:
a. administrator
b first line supervisor
c. personnel director
d. department head
B. first line supervisor
Condition associated with aging that involves hallucinations and confusion:
a. drug abuse
b. dementia
c. grave's disease
d. cushing's symdrome
B. dementia
**
the number fire drills required each year per shift are:
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
D. 4
*
In the event of an error in the administration of a medication, 1st action is to:
a. report to the attending physician
b. report any adverse reaction to the resident
c. report to DON
d. report to the administrator
A. report to the attending physician
In the nursing facility, the principle goal served by proper medication procedures is:
a. inventory control
b. preven the illicit use of drugs
c. compliance with federal regulations
d. resident safety
D. residents safety
List the primary ethical issues that need to be restored in Long term care:
initial gocus on methods to increase autonomy
policies related to quality medical treatment
policies that promote autonomy
policies for outlining the responsibiilties of surrogates.
*
The primary purpose of encouraging one-on-one reatinships with residents, such as using volunteers is to:
a. protect staff time for resident care
b. enhance family acceptabce fo facility
c. improve the image of the facility in the community
d. promote a sense of self-worth and dignity
D. promote a sense of self-worth and dignity
What are the steps involved in creating a marketing plan?
indentify potential customers and develop a marketing action program
analyze organizations strengths and weaknesses
identify marketing opportunities
understand uncontrollable environmental factors
Marketing must be viewd as a and . It is not just something to do , but a way to be.
a. game, played
b. process, phiosophy
c. practice, essentially
d. chore, burden
B. process, philosophy
*
Which is not an ADL?
a. eating
b. transfer and ambulation
c. bathing dressing and grooming
d. watching TV
D. watching tv
*
A major factor in malnutrition is:
a. food tates bad
b. poor dentition
c. melas are served too early
d. mean nurses
B. poor dentition
*
It is strongly recommended that residents have the following items at admission:
a. a radio
b a VCR
c. living will and POA
d. medications from home
C. living will and POA
The primary goal of OBRA with regard to restraints:
a. retraingt-free environment
b. everyone should be retrained at night
c. at least 5% of the resident population shuld be sedated
d. no more than 50% retraint-free environment
A. retraint-free environment
**
How often should MDS's be updated?
a. no later than 14 days after admission
b. after a significant change
c. once a year
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
*
The premise that any incoming resident on psycho-tropic drugs must be screened is accomplished how?
a. MSDS
b. PASARR
c. MDS
d. MAR
B. PASARR
Therapeutic diets are prescribed by physician and approved by the dietician
True
False
True
*
Exceptions to the 30 day transfer and discharge notice include all but one of the following:
a. when a resident has not resided in the facility for more than 30 days
b. there is endangerment to the safety of others in the facility
c. when a resident's health improves to allow immediate discharge
d. when the administrator ask nicely
D. when the administrator asks nicely
*
With regard to notice before transfer, which procedure(s) is/are necessary?
a. advance notice
b. record the reason for transfer in the clinical record
c. notify resident and family member
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
Before transferring a resident to the hosptial the facility is required to provide:
a. written information concerning bed-hold to the hospital social worker
b. written information of bed-hold to the resident, family memeber, and/or legal representative
c. written information concerning bed-hold to the dietary staff
d. wirttten information of bed-hold to the housekeeping staff
B. written information of bed-hold to the resident, family member, and/or legal representative
*
When questioning the absence of a "home-like environment" the surveyor's focus is on:
a. absence of resident's personcal belongings is a function of facility practice or resident choice.
b. absence of resident's personal belongings is a function of dementia
c. absence of resident's personal belongings is a function of good housekeeping
d. absence of resident's personal belongings is a function of suspicious family members
A. absence of resident's personal belongings is a function of facility practice or resident choice
*
levels of suitable to the tasks of residents and staff are required.
a. low, noise
b. high, light
c. adequate, illumination
d. comfortable, lighting
C. adequate, illumination
Which is true of the provision of dental services?
a. facility must refer residents with lost or damaged dentures to a dentist.
b. facility must recommend the local dentist of choice to all new residents
c. anyone on mechanically altered diets must see a dentist monthly
d. anyone on a mchanically altered diet must see a dentist quearterly
A. facility must refer residents with lost or damaged dentures to a dentist
*
Routine dental services include:
a. root canals
b. broken or damaged teeth
c .pain in gums or palate
d. annual inspection of of the oral cavity
D. annual inspection of the oral cavity
*
The facility must, if necessary, assist the resident with:
a. maing appointments with the dentist
b. transportation to the mall after their dental appointment
c. occasionally report lost or damaged dentures
d. ask a family member or legal guardian to make appointments
A. makeing appointments with the dentist
*
The examination or analysis of materials derived from the human body for diagnosis of desease is performed by:
a. radionogy
b. pharmacology
c. microbiology
d. laboratory
D. laboratory
The facility must provide laboratory test when ordered by:
a. the administrator
b. the attending physician
c. the social worker
d the dietician
B. the attending physician
**
The committee responsible for investigation control and prevention of infectionin a facility is:
a. nursing
b. diteary
c. infection control
d. quaility control
C. infection control
*
"Seperately locked" when referring to Schedule II drug means:
a. a separate key must be used to gain access to the Schedule II drugs and another key is used to gain access to non-Schedule II drugs
b. a separate rooom in the facility is recommended for Schedule II drugs
c. Schedule II drugs are not allowed in the facility
d. only the DON can secure Schedule II drugs
A. a sparate key must be used to gain access to the Schedule II drugs and another key is used to gain access to non-Schedule II drugs
The definition of medication error involves:
a. a discrepancy in which the DON and Charge nurse disagree on who administers drugs
b. the observed administration of drugs does not comply with physician orders
c. the dietician thinks a resident needs more orally administered potassium
d. the administrator passes the medications
B. the observed administration of drugs does not comply with physician orders
Restoril is used for:
a. sleep induction
b. bowel control
c. dietary supplement
d. increased energy
A. sleep induction
Haldol is a(n) blank drug:
a. continence
b. antipsychotic
c. antidepressant
d laxative
B. Antipsychotic
*
The correct formula for the assessment of Medication Error Rate (MER) is:
a. MER= # of errors observed divided by the # of opportunities for error c 100
b. MER= # of errors divided by 5 x 100
c. MER= # of opportunities for error divided by the # of errors x 100
d. MER= 100 x .05 aways
A. MER= # of errors observed divided by the # of opportunities for error x 100
The accidental passing of a diuretic to a dehydrated resident would be considered:
a. non-fatal errors
b. insignificant errors
c. acceptable as long as no more fluids are given
d. significant errors
D. significant errors
Antipsychotic drugs shuld be used:
a. only when a specific clinical condition exists
b. to quiet noisy residents
c. to help residents sleep
d. to comfort a resident's stomach pain
A. only when a specific cinical condition exists
Who determins if the practice of sef-administration of medication is safe?
a. the administrator
b. the DON
c. the resident
d. the interdisciplinary team
D. the interdisciplinary team
The location of the storage of drugs for residts who self-administer is dertermined by:
a. the interdisciplinary team
b. the resident
c. the administrator
d. the social worker
A. the interdisciplary team
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A resident loses 10% of their total body weight in 6 months, this is considered:
a. severe
b. significant
B. significant
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A resident gains 5 pounds in 1 month, this is considered:
a. significant
b. insignificant
B. insignificant
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A resident loses 8% of their total body weight in three months, this is considered:
a. severe
b. insiginificant
A. severe
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A resident requests clinical records for personal observation on a saturday, before a monday holiday:
a. the facility must privide records no later than wednesday
b. the facility must privide reords on tuesday
c. the facility must provide records on monday
d. the facility must provide records by close of business sunday
A. the facility must provide records no later than wednesday
Immediate access to the resident must be granted to:
a. the state's ombudsman
b. any representative of the state
c. the resident's individual physicain
d. all of the above
D. all of the above
A written disaster plan must be reviewed:
a. periodically
b. daily
c. weekly
d. never
A. periodically
A facility must provide written notice the State agency responsible for licensing the facility upon a change of owners.
True
False
True
The facility must maintain clinical records in such a way that they are:
a. readily acessible, ealsiy read, and color coded
b. accurately documented, readily accessible, and systematically orangized
c. oraganized, computerized, and copied in triplicate
d. all of the above
B. accurately, documented, readily accessible, and systemicatically organized
Items of information included in the clinical record are:
a. sufficient information to identify the resident, a record of the residents assessments, a plan of care, and progress notes
b. sufficient information to identify the resident, a record of the resident's will a plan of care and progress notes
c. sufficient information to identify the resident, a record of the residents assessments, a plan of care and financial information
d. sufficient information to identify the reside, a record of the residets religious affiliation a plan of care and favorite books
A. sufficient information to identify the resident, a record of the resident's assessments, a plan of care, and progress notes
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A resident may work in and for the facility when:
a. the resident agrees to work for free
b the pay is less than minimum wage
c. desire for work is dcumented int he residents care plan
d. none of the above
C desire for work is documented in the residents care plan
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It is not necessary to provide privacy to residents while making a phone call.
True
False
False
Staff or visitors may attend family group meetins with the groups invitation.
True
False
True