Which group has little impact on quality in healthcare?

QUESTION 1

1. Which group has little impact on quality in healthcare?

Payers and purchasers
Individual patients
Regulators
Professional organizations

1.5 points   

QUESTION 2

1. In recent years, what factor has made the focus on quality improvement efforts in ambulatory care easier?

Laws requiring a focus on ambulatory care settings

Uptake of electronic health records (EHR) in the ambulatory care setting
Openness to quality from staff
Value-based purchasing arrangements

1.5 points   

QUESTION 3

1. Why have health systems been slow to adopt electronic health records (EHR) despite their value in improving healthcare quality?

Professional disagreement on their value
Skepticism on the impact on quality
Cost and complexity
Lack of technical expertise

1.5 points   

QUESTION 4

1. Why have nursing homes been a significant focus of quality improvement efforts?

The frailty and vulnerability of the population
Historic improvement in outcomes from prior efforts
Uptake of electronic health records (EHR) in the nursing home setting
Easy of access by quality improvement agencies

1.5 points   

QUESTION 5

1. Quality measures have four primary uses. Identify the one that falls outside one of these uses.

Internal quality monitoring and improvement
Organizational marketing plans
Basis for incentive payments to improve care
Public reporting and accreditation

1.5 points   

QUESTION 6

1. FMEA is a tool that has been applied in healthcare settings. What does it stand for?

Failed modality end analysis
Failure mode and effects analysis
Failed medical ending analysis
Failure modules and error analysis

1.5 points   

QUESTION 7

1. Which of the following has not been identified by researchers as a barrier to reporting errors?

Lack of familiarity with reporting process
Uncertainty of what should be reported
Avoidance of the administrative hassle
Fear of punitive action

1.5 points   

QUESTION 8

1. When is punitive action not necessarily appropriate?

When a person knowingly takes an action that could cause harm
When the result of the behavior leads to patient death
When the behavior is considered criminal or negligent
When a person knowingly violates an established procedure

1.5 points   

QUESTION 9

1. What field of medicine has a low reporting rate of errors despite being a large portion of medical care delivered?

Hospitals
Pharmacies
Primary care
Cardiologists

1.5 points   

QUESTION 10

1. What is an execution error?

Putting the patient at risk through a lack of planning
The execution of a plan is carried out
When a treatment plan is prepared incorrectly
When a plan is correct but not carried out as intended

1.5 points   

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