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Prevention of Medical Errors, 2 CE

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Prevention Of Medical Errors, 2 CE

NCBTMB Approved Massage Continuing Education

Since Medical Errors impact the health care system and the high cost of health care insurance, it is imperative that all massage therapists understand the effects of medical errors in order to reduce their rate of occurrence and to protect the general public.

Course Information

  • Unlimited Test Taking
  • MARKING COMPLETE at the end of each lesson will progress you through the course to the exam
  • Review and download a copy of the exam questions before you read the course (optional)
  • Answers to the exam questions are in BOLD throughout the course
  • Exam answers are multiple choice
  • Certificate is emailed to you when you pass the exam with 70%
  • Courses are pass/fail. No grades appear on your certification
  • All courses are NCBTMB Approved (#450015-06)
  • Massage CE Learning Tree has been a trusted massage continuing education provider for state and NCBTMB courses since 2015
  • You can view our Approvals and Instructions on the menu of our home page

Navigating The Course

  • Once purchased, you will be redirect to “MY ACCOUNT”

  • Scroll down and click directly on the course title

  • MARK COMPLETE at the end of each lesson will progress you through the course

  • Complete the COURSE EVALUATION and proceed to the exam

  • Pass the exam with 70% and your certificate is emailed to you (unlimited test taking)

  • Return to “MY ACCOUNT” to take any additional courses purchased or LOG OUT

  • LOG OUT and/or LOG IN at any point during your studies to continue on with your courses

Prevention of Medical Errors Practice Exam
You can download and print  a copy of the final exam questions HERE
1. According to the publication “To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System”, The Institute of Medicine states that as many as ____________Americans died as a result of medical errors at the time of the report:
A) 44,000
B) 68,000
C) 94,000
D) 98,00
2. Spurred by the above statistics, many U.S. state legislatures advocated a ________________ for every professional regarding ways to prevent medical errors.
A) 1 Hour course
B) 2 Hour course
C) 3 Hour course
D) 4 Hour course
3. The following are all defined as “Sentinel Events” by the Joint Commission (JC) except:
A) An admitted infant or a toddler dies an unexpected death
B) An admitted infant or toddler is not handed to the rightful parents or
guardians
C) A patient administered with wrong blood transfusion leading to serious complications
D) A fall down the stairs in your own home after mixing drugs and alcohol
4. In the case of a “sentinel event”, the JC requires the entire event reenacted within _____ days of the identification of the event.
A) 30
B) 45
C) 90
D) 180
5. According to Florida law, adverse incidents must be reported to the Agency for Healthcare Administration within _________ days of the occurrence.
A) 14
B) 21
C) 27
D) 30
6. JC stated that more than half of the sentinel events culminate either in death or complete loss of function of limb because of delays in:
A) Attending to the patient
B) Phoning the MD
C) Finding transportation to the hospital
D) The arrival of ambulances
7. Incorrect prescriptions or wrong reading of prescriptions accounts for what percentage of cases?
A) .2 to 10%
B) .2 to 15%
C) .2 to 18%
D) .2 to 20%
8. Five diseases or conditions most prone to wrong diagnosis and more likely to lead to deaths are:
A) Cancer, neurological conditions, acute abdomen, surgical complications, depression-related conditions
B) Cancer, neurological conditions, acute abdomen, surgical complications, skin-related conditions
C) Cancer, neurological conditions, acute abdomen, surgical complications, weight-related conditions
D) Cancer, neurological conditions, acute abdomen, surgical complications, pregnancy-related conditions
9. What percentage of cancer patients are either wrongly diagnosed at
different phases of their illness or there is an abnormal amount of time
taken to make the right diagnosis?
A) 10%
B) 12%
C) 15%
D) 20%
10. Ectopic pregnancy accounts for approximately how many pregnancy related deaths?
A) 5 to 8%
B) 9 to 15%
C) 16 to 18%
D) 19 to 20%

6 reviews for Prevention of Medical Errors, 2 CE

  1. Sam

    Good class

  2. Kim

    So much info on medical errors in hospitals

  3. Sandra

    This course really makes you think

  4. kbadger1010

    Practice exam that you can print before looking at curriculum makes it so much easier

  5. anyagratitude

    Love the practice exam upfront that you can print as you review the material. Saves a lot of time.

  6. Tina Stark

    Good info, especially the section on how it relates to massage therapy

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Materials

All courses are completely online. Each course exam is graded instantly and, once you pass the multiple choice exam with 70%, your "Certificate of Completion" is immediately available for printing. All course information is available for one year from the date of purchase. The student has an unlimited number of opportunities to pass the exam.

Exams consist of either 5, 10 or 15 multiple choice questions. The exam may be downloaded and printed in advance for easier studying.

Approvals

All of our courses have NCBTMB approval.