Health Care Quiz
Long-term care centers only provide care to frail older persons.
Nursing assistants work under the supervision of
A. the doctor.
B. other nursing assistants.
C. licensed nurses.
D. the administrator.
An agency or program for persons who are dying is:
A. managed care
C. case management
D. a preferred provider orgaization
An illness from which a person will not likely recover is
A. a terminal illness.
B. a hospice illness.
C. an acute illness.
D. a chronic illness.
Persons who perform delegated tasks under the supervision of licensed nurses are
A. licensed practical nurses
B. the health care team
C. nursing assistants
D. case managers
Persons are expected to recover from an acute illness.
The nursing team involves the doctor, RNs, and physical therapists.
Primary care nursing is a nursing care pattern focusing on tasks and jobs.
A federal health insurance program providing benefits for persons 65 year of age and older and for some younger people with certain disabilities is
A. a diagnosis-related group.
C. private insurance.
A physical therapist assists persons with musculo-skeletal problems.
The goal of the health care team is to
A. make money.
B. assign tasks and responsibilities.
C. provide case management.
D. provide quality care.
The health team is focused on writing agency policies and procedures.
Assisted living residences provide skilled nursing care to persons no longer able to live in their own homes.
Your role in the survey process includes the following except
A. providing quality care.
B. helping keep the agency clean.
C. following agency policy and procedures.
D. interviewing the family.
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