MN 561 Advance Practice Nurse Clinical Unit Quiz

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MN 561 Advance Practice Nurse Clinical Unit Quiz

MN 561 Advance Practice Nurse Clinical Unit Quiz

 

Question 1

Clinic hours must be confirmed by your preceptor every:

a)

Two weeks

b)

Every month

c)

At the end of term

d)

Every week

Question 2

True or False: You must arrange three phone call meetings
with the preceptor, faculty and self during the 10 week period you are in
clinic.

a) True

b) False

Question 3

True or False: You can wear scrubs to your clinical
practicum.

a) True

b)
False

Question 4

True or False: It is OK to complete your clinical hours in
the hospital setting.

a) True

b)
False

Question 5

True or False: The student must complete all 160 required
clinical hours no later than the Monday of Week Ten.

a) True

b) False

MN561 Advance
Practice Nurse Clinical

Unit 3 Quiz

Question 1

True or False: The focus of this Seminar was to discuss
medical documentation and coding: ICD-10, CPT codes only. Level of care was not
discussed.

a) True

b)
False

Question 2

Principles of Coding include all except:

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a)

Only provide the level of care that is medically necessary
per clinical judgment.

b)

Always code a lower level of service then you think needed.

c)

Always provide and document services in accordance with the
established best practices.

d)

Always code and document exactly what care was provided.

Question 3

True or False: ICD-10 codes describe what it was done for
the patient.

a) True

b)
False

Question 4

True or False: CPT codes describe WHAT was done for the
patient.

a) True

b) False

Question 5

True or False: When coding for Preventive Care Services it
is mandatory to include the minimum of five components.

Incorrect Response

a) True

Correct Answer

b)
False

MN561 Advance
Practice Nurse Clinical

Unit 7 Quiz

Question 1

The process by which practitioner collects, processes, and
interprets patient information to develop an action plan includes all except:

a) gender and age

b) patient finances and religion

c) season of the year and location

d) ethnicity and time of year

Question 2

True or False: Intuition/gut feelings and biases and
assumptions are the same.

a) True

b)
False

Question 3

True or False: Example patient: The 21-year=old male with
itchy legs had eczema.

1) True

2)
False

Question 4

Use a reasoning strategy: Hypothetical- Deductive reasoning
(deductive vs. inductive) to process the information in the clinical context.
True or False: Hypothetical- Deductive Reasoning: works from specific to
general.

Incorrect Response

a) True

b)
False

Question 5

Select all that apply to history taking and data collection.

a) Have you taken an adequate history of the patient’s
health condition and provided the patient with the opportunity to express his
or her current health concerns?

b) If the patient is unable to provide a history (e.g.,
language barrier, capacity issue, etc.), have you consulted those who may be
able to assist in obtaining the history?

c) Have you adequately assessed any relevant risk factors,
including family history, which might help in diagnosis?

d) Are there any red flag symptoms?

e) Have you
determined what the patient has already done to manage his or her symptoms?

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