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HCISPP HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Questions and Answers

Questions 4

A risk assessment report recommends upgrading all perimeter firewalls to mitigate a particular finding. Which of the following BEST supports this recommendation?

Options:

A.

The inherent risk is greater than the residual risk.

B.

The Annualized Loss Expectancy (ALE) approaches zero.

C.

The expected loss from the risk exceeds mitigation costs.

D.

The infrastructure budget can easily cover the upgrade costs.

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Questions 5

Is concised, accurate records of actions taken and decisions made during the meeting.

Options:

A.

Minutes

B.

Agenda

C.

Committees

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Questions 6

Which racial/ethnic group is growing the fastest?

Options:

A.

White

B.

Black or African American

C.

Asian or Pacific Islander

D.

Hispanic

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Questions 7

Lack of insurance can result in:

Options:

A.

Decreased utilization of lower cost preventive services

B.

Increased need for more expensive, emergency health care

C.

The spread of infectious diseases

D.

All of the above

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Questions 8

HIPAA's Administrative Simplification procedures were prompted by the desire to:

Options:

A.

Reduce administrative overhead in provider-payer transactions

B.

Simplify administrative functions such as payroll and benefits

C.

Create multiple forms for various transactions

D.

Add more details to the processing of electronic transactions

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Questions 9

Reviews and verifies medical staff application data.

Options:

A.

Ethics Committee

B.

Joint Conference

C.

Credentials

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Questions 10

___________________ is a physician who has completed their internship in a program of training designed to increase their knowledge of clinical or special fields.

Options:

A.

Resident

B.

Chief Resident

C.

Intern

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Questions 11

In the preindustrial era, _____ often functioned as surgeons.

Options:

A.

butchers

B.

tailors

C.

clergymen

D.

barbers

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Questions 12

Courtesy allows doctors to admit an occasional patient to the hospital.

Options:

A.

True

B.

False

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Questions 13

HIPAA guidelines say employers that sponsor employee group health plans must maintain privacy of which __________________ in secured locations, if kept in the office?

Options:

A.

Information related to lawsuits again employers

B.

Enrollment and claim information

C.

Workman's Compensation claims

D.

Deidentified information

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Questions 14

The First Blue Cross plan was given to teachers at Baylor University allowing them 21 days of hospital care at six dollars a year.

Options:

A.

True

B.

False

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Questions 15

In addition to first contact care, the key task(s) of primary care include.

Options:

A.

Longitudinality, or following a patient over time

B.

Comprehensiveness

C.

Coordination

D.

All of the above

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Questions 16

Which racial/ethnic group is least likely to use mammography?

Options:

A.

White

B.

Black or African American

C.

Asian or Pacific Islander

D.

Hispanic

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Questions 17

A Governing board is also known as the___________.

Options:

A.

Medical Staff

B.

Administration

C.

Board of Trustees

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Questions 18

Initially, what was the primary purpose of private health insurance in the U.S.?

Options:

A.

Prevent national health insurance from taking hold

B.

Provide coverage for major illnesses

C.

Provide comprehensive coverage

D.

Compensate for loss of income during sickness and temporary disability

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Questions 19

Which of the following disaster recovery test plans will be MOST effective while providing minimal risk?

Options:

A.

Read-through

B.

Parallel

C.

Full interruption

D.

Simulation

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Questions 20

Administrative Safeguards on Security Awareness related to electronic Protected Health Information (PHI) and Log-in Monitoring includes all, EXCEPT:

Options:

A.

Review the system's login reports at regular intervals

B.

Prohibit the sharing of passwords among any employees, paid or unpaid

C.

Limit the number of attempts a computer user can make at a log-in attempt

D.

Use of software that locks the user out of the system after a certain number of unsuccessful log-in attempts are made

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Questions 21

What is a crednetial in Health Information Management?

Options:

A.

AAPC

B.

ACMCS

C.

AHIMA

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Questions 22

Max, who has worked all his life for Ford motors, is now 65 years old. He has not yet retired. Max is eligible for:

Options:

A.

Medicare Part A

B.

Medicare Part B

C.

Both A and B

D.

None of the above

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Questions 23

This is for people 65 years or older with disabilities or people with End Stage Renal Disease.

Options:

A.

Medicare

B.

Medicaid

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Questions 24

Which of the following is the BEST reason for the use of security metrics?

Options:

A.

They ensure that the organization meets its security objectives.

B.

They provide an appropriate framework for Information Technology (IT) governance.

C.

They speed up the process of quantitative risk assessment.

D.

They quantify the effectiveness of security processes.

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Questions 25

Who was the first company to give their employees health insurance? What was the health insurance?

Options:

A.

Ford Motor Company/Blue Cross

B.

General Motors/Blue Cross

C.

General Motors/Metropolitan life

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Questions 26

If you suspect someone is violating the facility's privacy policy, you should:

Options:

A.

Say nothing. It's none of your business.

B.

Watch the individual until you have gathered solid evidence against them.

C.

Report your suspicions to your clinical supervisor for further follow-up.

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Questions 27

Which of the following best describes the incentives associated with capitation?

Options:

A.

Physicians have a higher incentive to sign up only healthy patients.

B.

Physicians have more flexibility to deliver effective and efficient services to patients.

C.

It only pays for an in-person visit with a physician.

D.

A and B only

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Questions 28

The Hippocratic Oath was in the Medieval time period.

Options:

A.

True

B.

False

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Questions 29

Hospitals in the United States evolved from

Options:

A.

alms houses

B.

sick homes

C.

pest houses

D.

inns

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Questions 30

The inception of _____ was used as a trial balloon for the idea of government-sponsored universal health insurance.

Options:

A.

workers' compensation

B.

trade unions

C.

public health

D.

health care for the veterans

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Questions 31

Which of the following is the MOST significant benefit to implementing a third-party federated identity architecture?

Options:

A.

Attribute assertions as agencies can request a larger set of attributes to fulfill service delivery

B.

Data decrease related to storing personal information

C.

Reduction in operational costs to the agency

D.

Enable business objectives so departments can focus on mission rather than the business of identity management

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Questions 32

What time period was the Cannon of Medicine in?

Options:

A.

Ancient

B.

Modern

C.

Medieval

D.

Prehistoric

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Questions 33

Is an interpretation of a law that is written by the responsible regulatory agency.

Options:

A.

Joint Conference

B.

Regulations

C.

Licenses

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Questions 34

As health care resources increase:

Options:

A.

Outcomes deteriorate.

B.

Outcomes initially improve and then deteriorate.

C.

Outcomes improve and then level off.

D.

Outcomes are not affected.

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Questions 35

Who is not affected by HIPPA?

Options:

A.

clearing houses

B.

banks

C.

universities

D.

billing agencies

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Questions 36

Which of the following forces remains relatively stable, and major shifts in this area would be necessary to bring about any fundamental change in the US health care delivery system?

Options:

A.

Economic forces

B.

Political change

C.

Beliefs and values

D.

Social forces

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Questions 37

What is a Covered Entity? The term "Covered Entity" is defined in 160.103 of the regulation.

Options:

A.

The definition is complicate and long.

B.

The definition is referred to in the Secure Computing Act

C.

The definition is very detailed.

D.

The definition is deceptively simple and short

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Questions 38

Which of the following types of technologies would be the MOST cost-effective method to provide a reactive control for protecting personnel in public areas?

Options:

A.

Install mantraps at the building entrances

B.

Enclose the personnel entry area with polycarbonate plastic

C.

Supply a duress alarm for personnel exposed to the public

D.

Hire a guard to protect the public area

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Questions 39

A medical intervention lying on a steeper portion of the aggregate cost-benefit curve indicates a major benefit for a relatively modest cost. An example of such an intervention would be:

Options:

A.

childhood immunizations.

B.

lung transplants.

C.

care for an anencephalic infant.

D.

purchasing MRI scanners to supplement CT scanners.

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Questions 40

Some people receive too little health care because.

Options:

A.

They are uninsured

B.

They are inadequately insured

C.

Physicians will not accept their Medicare coverage

D.

All of the above.

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Questions 41

The form of payment that is based specifically on the individual components of health care is.

Options:

A.

Fee-for-service reimbursement.

B.

Per Diem payment.

C.

Reimbursement by episode of illness.

D.

Capitation payment.

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Questions 42

Acts on reports and recommendations from medical staff committees.

Options:

A.

Joint

B.

Credentials

C.

Ethics

D.

Executive

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Questions 43

What administrative safeguard puts into place measures to assure that only authorized persons have access to electronic personal health information?

Options:

A.

Log-in monitoring

B.

Information management

C.

Workforce security

D.

Termination procedures

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Questions 44

HIPPA does not call for:

Options:

A.

Standardization of electronic patient health, administrative and financial data

B.

Unique health identifiers for individuals, employers, health plans, and health care providers.

C.

Common health identifiers for individuals, employers, health plans and health care providers.

D.

Security standards protecting the confidentiality and integrity of "individually identifiable health information," past, present or future.

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Questions 45

Supplier-induced demand is created by:

Options:

A.

Patients

B.

Providers

C.

Health insurance companies

D.

The government

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Exam Code: HCISPP
Exam Name: HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner
Last Update: Apr 19, 2024
Questions: 305
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