Student/Volunteer/Rotating ResidentNew Workforce Member General Compliance/HIPAATraining & Education Post-Test1. The primary responsibility of the NYC Health Hospitals’ Corporate Compliance & Ethics Program is to:A. Provide guidance on risk management issues, promote the dissemination of best practices and to improve the quality of care delivered and patient safety.B. Promote the prevention, detection and resolution of conduct that does not conform to Federal and State laws and NYC Health Hospitals ethical and business policies.C. Enhance existing computer software and procure new software to improve the quality and safety of patient care at NYC Health Hospitals.D. Inform the public about the excellence and breadth of health care services at NYC Health Hospitals hospitals and clinics.2. All workforce members have an obligation to act in an ethical and legal manner which includes:A. Acting fairly and honestly.B. Complying with all applicable laws including CMS conditions of participation andprivate payor requirements.C. Following applicable industry practice as well as reporting compliance violations.D. All of the above.3. Who is NYC Health Hospitals Chief Corporate Compliance Officer?A. Dr. Mitchell KatzB. Gordon J. CampbellC. Catherine PatsosD. Yvette Villanueva4. The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, or EMTALA as referenced in this course, requires Medicare participating hospitals with dedicated emergency departments to:A. Provide emergency care to any person who comes to a Medicare participating hospital’s dedicated emergency department, regardless of their ability to pay.B. Protect the privacy of patients, hospital staff and vendors. C. Prevent referral fees.D. Support non-retaliation.5. Which activities and infractions may result in an individual or entity being excluded from participation in a Federal health care program?A. Being convicted of health care fraud.B. Being convicted of a misdemeanor.C. Defaulting on a health education student loan. D. All of the above.6. Those who engage in fraud, abuse or other misconduct related to a Federal health care program may be placed on an exclusion list. Which of the following are examples of individuals and entities who can be placed on these lists?A. EmployeesB. Medical staff membersC. VendorsD. All of the above7. The Anti-kickback Statute allows an individual to accept something of value in exchange for a referral of Federal health care program business.True False Student/Volunteer/Rotating ResidentNew Workforce Member General Compliance/HIPAA Training & Education Post-Test8. Under the Federal False Claims Act, or FCA as referenced in this course, an individual may be liable and face substantial penalties for knowingly submitting or causing another to submit a false claim to the government.True False9. Rules governing conflicts of interest such as those surrounding accepting gifts; misuse of position, time and resources; conducting outside businesses and employment; political activities; gifts; and patient referrals can be found in which of the following:A. NYC Conflicts of Interest LawB. NYC Health Hospitals Code of EthicsC. NYC Health Hospitals POPCD. All of the above10. The Principles of Professional Conduct, or POPC as referenced in this course, isa guide that directs all workforce members and business partners to conduct official business in a manner that is both ethical and lawful.True False11. WhichA. Ambulatory facilitiesof the following are covered entities under HIPAA?B. HospitalsC. Nursing homesD. Home health agenciesE. All of the above12. Whichcan protect patient confidentiality?of the following are ways in which NYC Health Hospitals and its workforce membersA. Allow access to patient information only to those with a need to see such information.B. Require workforce members who utilize electronic medical records to log out of suchsystems before they leave their workstations.C. Hold discussions about patient care public/commonly traveled areas.D. A&Bonly.13. Protected Health Information, or PHI as referenced in this course, includes past, present or future patient related information maintained or transmitted by a covered entity and which is in oral, electronic or written format.True False14. You are a workforce member with authorization to view patient information in the electronic medical record. You may use this access in the following manner(s):A. View your own medical record information at your leisure.B. View a family member’s, friend’s or colleague’s medical record information whenasked.C. View the minimal necessary information to perform the work assigned in your role.D. View another patient’s medical record whos condition is of interest. Student/Volunteer/Rotating ResidentNew Workforce Member General Compliance/HIPAA Training & Education Post-Test15. Which of following issues or actions would be violations under Federal or State privacy or confidentiality laws?A. Disclosing confidential patient information without authorization or as allowed under law.B. Allowing one to participate in the treatment being provided without proper credentials or authorization.C. Failing to maintain the security of confidential information by installing unauthorized applications on electronic devices.D. All of the above.16. The goal(s) of an Accountable Care Organization, or ACO as referenced to in this course, is to:A. Ensure that patients are receiving only necessary care and that the Federal government is not paying for care that is not necessary.B. Gain increased patient confidence in their care provider and limit the amount of time the patients need to be seen by their provider.C. Improve patient outcomes and reduce the overall cost of care.D. Minimize reportable patient errors and increase patient safety in today’s health careindustry.17. What does the abbreviation “DSRIP”, as referenced to in this course, stand for?A. Delivery System Reform Incentive PaymentB. Delivery Service Retrospective Increase PaymentC. Determined Service Reform Initiative PaymentD. Delivery Services Reform Increase Plan18. I can lose my job or position if I report a suspected compliance concern in good faith. TrueFalse19. As a NYC Health Hospitals workforce member, if you discover something that you believe violates either the law or NYC Health Hospitals policies, the most appropriate responsewould be to:A. Discuss the matter with co-workers to arrive at a consensus.B. Call the NYC Health Hospitals President’s Office.C. Contact the Office of Corporate Compliance.D. Perform a Google search.20. Workforce members may report a compliance issue or pose a question by:A. Calling NYC Health Hospitals Compliance Helpline at 1-866-HELP-HHC.B. Sending an e-mail to C..E@nychhc.org.C. Emailing, calling or visiting their local compliance officer.D. All of the above.Health ScienceScienceNursing PSYN 254

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