Symptom Management and Approach to Care 3

1. Privacy notices may include a statement regarding the right of affected individuals to be notified following a data breach and must describe certain uses and disclosures of PHI that require patient authorization related to psychotherapy notes, marketing, and the sale of PHI.
2. Fundraising communications must provide recipients with a clear opportunity to opt out and the method provided for the opt out may not cause undue burden or more than nominal costs.
3. Hospice QAPI programs must meet every 14 days per CMS CoPs.
4. Hospice QAPI programs should have multi-disciplinary representation.
5. Respite services include a ten-day patient stay often at an SNF or ALF. True or false?
6. All of the following are hospice levels of care except:
7. All of the following are routinely covered by hospice care, except:
8. All of the following are true regarding hospice QAPI (quality assurance and performance improvement), except:
9. Which of the following is correct regarding hospice reimbursement?
10. Which of the following is not an acceptable diagnosis for a certificate of terminal illness?
11. Opioid rotation should be considered when?
12. Which of the following is correct regarding the WHO analgesic ladder?
13. Which of the following most accurately reflects high-dose opioid therapy?
14. One milligram of intravenous Hydromorphone is equivalent to how many milligrams of oral morphine?
15. Which of the following regarding methadone is not true?
16. Which of the following regarding methadone is not true?
17. Which of the following regarding methadone is not true?
18. Codeine is a pro-drug of which of the following?
19. Which of the following is safe in the setting of a true morphine allergy?
20. 78-year-old male with history of CHF presents to ED with “funny feeling” in his chest. Patient found to have third-degree heart block in ED with digoxin level of 2.5 ug/mL. Patient is DNR/DNI. Most appropriate admission area would be: