Type
Quiz
Book Title
Handbook of Informatics for Nurses & Healthcare Professionals 5th Edition
ISBN 13
978-0132574952

978-0132574952 Chapter 22 Part 3

August 31, 2019
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Communication and Documentation
Learning Outcome:
Question 21
Type: MCSA
The HIPAA security rule requires continuity planning and disaster recovery processes. In response, all health care
organizations must have which of the following?
1. A data backup and a recovery plan
2. A data backup plan, a recovery plan, an emergency mode of operation plan, and testing and evaluation
procedures
3. An emergency mode of operation plan and testing and evaluation procedures
4. A data backup plan
Question 22
Type: MCSA
Post-disaster recovery expenses usually exceed anticipated costs, leading to changes in recovery strategies that
can be used for future disasters. What can planners do to minimize the budget variations?
1. Hold mock disasters.
2. Increase the budget line in anticipation of a disaster.
3. Set aside funds to supplement the budget.
4. Complete the grant writing process to supplement the existing budget.
Question 23
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Type: MCSA
Post-disaster feedback is crucial to the design and implementation of a better continuity plan for future health care
agency use. Which of the following supports this statement?
1. The feedback should be used to identify what worked and what did not. Plans that looked good before a disaster
may not look so good after one.
2. Feedback collected after disasters (or mock disasters) is not useful since the staff had no other options during
the disaster.
3. Feedback collected after disasters (or mock disasters) is not necessarily accurate.
4. Feedback collected after disasters (or mock disasters) provides data for change in a limited number of areas.
Question 24
Type: MCSA
Which of the following is not a benefit of an effective disaster plan?
1. Limits the loss of data
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2. Increase in the budget line to prepare for future disasters
3. Limits loss of equipment
4. Offers a logical system to employ during an unforeseen disaster
Question 25
Type: FIB
____________________________ is broadly defined as the process that seeks to ensure organizations are capable
of withstanding any disruption to normal functioning
Standard Text:
Correct Answer: Business continuity management
Rationale : Business continuity management is broadly defined as the process that seeks to ensure organizations
are capable of withstanding any disruption to normal functioning
Global Rationale:
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Cognitive Level: Understanding
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Client Need Sub: Management of Care
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Learning Outcome:
Question 26
Type: MCSA
Business continuity planning (BCP) is not a one-step or one-time activity but is a set of successive stages that are
repeated periodically. It is best characterized as a life cycle. Which of the following supports continuity planning?
1. Lost or corrupted data are costly to re-create and threaten the survival of a business or health care delivery
system in a highly competitive environment.
2. Business continuity planning is done after the implementation process.
3. Business continuity planning is associated with the cost incurred by vendors.
4. Located data after a disaster is generally corrupted.
Question 27
Type: MCMA
Which of the following are advantages of continuity planning?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Identifies strategies for correction of vulnerabilities within the organization
2. Provides a reasonable amount of protection against interruption in services, downtime, and data loss
3. Allows time for restoration of equipment, the facility, and services
4. Helps to ensure compliance with HIPAA legislation and requirements of the Joint Commission
5. Expedites reporting of diagnostic tests
Question 28
Type: MCSA
Which law authorized development of a national, near-real-time information network to coordinate federal and
state response to public health emergencies?
1. HIPAA
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2. The Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA)
3. Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002
4. The Federal Information Privacy and Security Act of 2002
109th Congressional session (Goedert, 2007). The purpose of this law was to improve the nation’s public health
and medical preparedness and response capabilities for emergencies, whether deliberate, accidental, or natural.
This law authorized development of a national, near-real-time information network to coordinate federal and state
response to public health emergencies within two years of enactment.
Rationale 2: The Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA) was enacted in 2006 at the end of the
109th Congressional session (Goedert, 2007). The purpose of this law was to improve the nation’s public health
and medical preparedness and response capabilities for emergencies, whether deliberate, accidental, or natural.
This law authorized development of a national, near-real-time information network to coordinate federal and state
response to public health emergencies within two years of enactment.
Rationale 3: The Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 was enacted by the federal government as a means to legislate
corporate accountability and responsibility. While it only applied to publicly traded corporations, Sarbanes–Oxley
impacts the health care industry by increasing the demand for fiscal responsibility, accountability and accurate
financial reporting and disclosure.
Rationale 4: The Federal Information Privacy and Security Act of 2002 established a minimum standard of
performance for the protection of information and information systems managed by federal agencies, their
contractors, and other agencies acting on their behalf, and required the institution of continuity plans for
information systems supporting the operations of the agency (Collmann, 2007).
Global Rationale:
Cognitive Level: Evaluating
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Client Need Sub: Management of Care
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Learning Outcome:
Question 29
Type: MCMA
Which of the following are stages of the continuity life cycle?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Organizational structure and objectives
2. Analysis
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3. Implementation
4. Solution design
5. Testing and acceptance
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