EXERCISES, LESSON 3, SECTION II
It is recommended that you work the following exercises before beginning the next
section of the lesson. After you have completed the exercises, check your answers
against the solutions following the exercises. For any answer missed, reread the
material referenced in the solution.
MULTIPLE-CHOICE. Select the ONE response that BEST completes the statement or
BEST answers the question.
All matters relating to treatment become a matter of record available to:
Those with a legitimate need-to-know.
Individuals having an interest in the patient's condition.
Inquiry from any source.
Privacy laws ensure that the hospital will not release information of a personal
nature or allow photographs without the written consent of the:
Health care team.
Patient and attending physician.
Hospital ethics committee.
The right of privacy is limited by the public's legitimate interest in noteworthy
events, victims of unusual occurrences, and the activities or character of:
Diagnostic and therapeutic information learned within the context of the health
care provider-patient relationship is protected by the right of: