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Try this certified medical assistant quiz to test your knowledge.
How well do you understand the job of a certified medical assistant? Medical Assistants play an essential role in providing quality healthcare to patients, from caring for patients and their families, recording vitals, and connecting with insurance companies for patient care. Did you know there are two types of medical assistants, administrative and clinical? Each focuses on different aspects of MA work to provide quality care.
If you’re a certified medical assistant you know how hectic a certified medical assistant’s daily life is. Why not take a break and take this quick and fun refresher quiz for certified medical assistants?
Check out our quiz that only a Certified Medical Assistant Can Get 10 out of 10.
Answer: All the above certified medical assistants work in both clinical and administrative roles. Assistants trained to draw blood and assist physicians and medical staff for patient examinations; including preparing patients for examinations. They also schedule appointments and manage billing and coding for medical practices.
Answer: Phlebotomy is drawing blood or Venipuncture. Medical Assistants draw patients’ blood for many reasons, i.e., diagnosing certain medical conditions.
Answer: True, it’s important for medical assistants to communicate with patients regarding their medical care. This allows physicians and staff to properly care for patients, record progress, and more. Communication is a big part of providing quality care.
Answer: False, medicine can be administered through injections, orally, rectally, etc.
Answer: Infarct, injury or death of tissue (as of the heart or lungs) resulting from the inadequate blood supply, especially because of obstruction of the local circulation.
Answer: A ‘covered entity‘ is any person, business, or institution that provides healthcare or keeps medical records on patients.
Answer: 1, Hand hygiene, Safe injection practices, Safe handling of other potentially infectious material (OPIM), Respiratory hygiene, and PPE.
Answer: When inserting an IV, insert the cannula directly above the vein, through the skin at an angle of 10-30º with the bevel facing upwards
Answer: 1&3, Warfarin is a Blood Thinner that is given to prevent stroke, blood clots, and more. It can be given to dialysis patients with comorbid rhythm disturbances such as atrial fibrillation or patients with prosthetic valves and before, during, and after surgery to prevent or treat blood clots.
Answer: True, Certified Medical Assistants must renew their license every five years. Recertification can be done by exam or through continuing education credits.
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