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6. The U.S. Supreme Court case that applied the right to privacy

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6. The U.S. Supreme Court case that applied the right to privacy to abortion is
A. Griswold v. Connecticut.
B. Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health.
C. Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey.
D. Roe v. Wade.
7. The type of advance medical directive that the AMA recommends is
A. a living will.
B. an undue burden test.
C. a durable power of attorney.
D. euthanasia.
8. According to the AAMA Code of Ethics, members of the AAMA should always
A. help terminally ill patients terminate their lives.
B. render service with full respect for the dignity of humanity.
C. ensure compliance with state law concerning advance medical directives.
D. dress professionally manner and be polite to other medical professionals.
9. Which of the following statements about privilege is true?
A. Privilege can never be waived by either the patient or the doctor.
B. Privilege can be waived only by the patient.
C. Privilege can be waived by the doctor with notice to the patient.
D. Privilege can be waived by the doctor and patient together.
10. When someone uses a person’s name or other parts of his or her identity without the
person’s consent, it’s called
A. breach of confidentiality. C. medical identity theft.
B. wrongful life tort. D. advance medical directives11. The Patient Self-Determination Act requires all hospitals that receive Medicare and
Medicaid funding to
A. assist in the suicides of terminally ill patients with chronic pain.
B. document whether a patient has an advance medical directive.
C. encourage all terminal patients to file a living will with the state.
D. seek consent from family members to discontinue treatment.
12. Ethical theories attempt to
A. recommend concepts of right and wrong.
B. prescribe religious beliefs for all people.
C. describe specific, polite behaviors.
D. define punishments for violations of laws.
13. A formulary is a list of
A. approved drugs for which the insurance company pays.
B. procedural steps to resolve ethical conflicts in a medical office.
C. employees covered by an employer’s health insurance plan.
D. proper behaviors and manners for a certain community.
14. Which type of normative ethics theory describes developing good character habits
and traits?
A. Virtue theory C. Consequentialist theory
B. Duty theory D. Confidentiality theory
15. Which of the following acts states “An individual who has sustained either
(1) irreversible cessation of circulatory and respiratory functions, or (2) irreversible
cessation of all functions of the entire brain, including the brain stem, is dead”?
A. Uniform Anatomical Gifts Act
B. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
C. Uniform Determination of Death Act
D. Patient Self-Determination Act
16. Which of the following statements about the Uniform Anatomical Gifts Act is true?
A. The gift can’t be made by relatives after the donor’s death.
B. The gift must be made by a donor who is at least 18 years old.
C. The gift isn’t restricted to any certain purposes.
D. The gift can’t be revoked during the donor’s lifetime.
17. The Nuremburg Code forbids
A. parents from permitting children to participate in nontherapeutical research.
B. trauma researchers from conducting research in emergency situations.
C. people who are under 18 years old from donating their organs.
D. doctors from performing medical experiments on humans without consent.18. Statistical data stripped of individual identifiers that isn’t covered by HIPAA’s privacy
rule is called
A. a medical record. C. de-identified information.
B. protected health information. D. a limited data set.
19. Taking away a patient’s power to consent and giving it to medical personnel or the
government is called
A. medical paternalism.
B. patient autonomy.
C. advance medical directives.
D. exception for informed consent.
20. The undue burden test prevents states from passing laws that
A. restrict abortion before a fetus is viable.
B. restrict abortion after a fetus is viable.
C. limit artificial reproductive technologies.
D. limit a patient’s right to assisted suicide
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