31. ____________ is used to train health care providers to respond quickly and
logically to life-threatening emergencies. The student must beat the clock and
"save" the patient by choosing the right tests and treatments.
a. Dramatic reenactment.
b. "What-if" thinking.
d. The medical information system.
The computerized x-ray request is formatted to encourage the inclusion of
____________which may be helpful to the radiologist in suggesting additional or
alternate x-ray series.
a. A diagnosis.
As soon as the physician orders new same-day x-rays:
a. The x-ray is taken.
b. A bell and light are activated in radiology.
The order is noted on the workload report.
d. A requisition is printed.
Computerized x-ray reporting allows the radiologist the option of:
a. Using standard phrases stored in the computer.
b. Using nonstandard terminology.
Using special codes assigned by the insurance companies.
d. Delegating the report to the radiology secretary.