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Course 2B_L3 - Quiz 3

 

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1)
How many problematic documentation 'syndromes' did we address in this lesson, by way of specific examples?
 
7
5
12
10
 
2)
In rehabilitative treatment with persons with Severe Mental Illness (SMI), the therapist primarily works with the consumer to make incremental changes in the KEY COGNITIONS which contribute to the consumer's mental health problems.
 
True False
 
3)
When our treatment records are audited by the managed care company, we will have a more POSITIVE AUDIT OUTCOME if we _________________
 
document as few of our own clinical impressions as possible.
avoid labeling the client through specific diagnosis.
do not describe interactive activities that were the focus of the session.
have REVISED the treatment plan NO MORE THAN once during each 3 month period.
have revised the treatment plan when there is regression or no progress.
 
4)
It is best to avoid labeling the client with a diagnosis because that is a judgmental action unbecoming a professional.
 
True False
 
5)
Once you have been paid for a claim, what you have placed in a client's treatment record is no longer subject to audit review.
 
True False
 
6)
Managed Care companies are going to look for evidence WHICH SUPPORTS THE DIAGNOSIS, primarily by reading the intake assessment.
 
True False
 
7)
Which item below did NOT appear in this lesson, as something which might negatively affect record audit findings?
 
'Cookie cutter' Progress Notes, because of their ?sameness?, may suggest that no progress or movement is occurring.
The Progress Notes reflect that the therapist simply observed, listened, and reflected the thoughts and concerns of the consumer back to him.
The client has more than one diagnosis (e.g., Bipolar and CD), and the therapist or counselor has chosen to address only one of the diagnoses in the treatment plan and progress notes (reason for this is unknown).
The client's inability to pay was a factor in the admission process.
 
8)
This lesson tells us that _________________ is 'deadly'.
 
a small agency trying to do specialized services
leaning toward private practice in a managed care environment
a poorly documented Level of Care
 

 

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