Exam Code: HIT-001 (Practice Exam Latest Test Questions VCE PDF)
Exam Name: CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Exam
Certification Provider: CompTIA
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Identify the VGA/SVGA connector in the image given below.
VGA or SVGA is a 15-pin, three-row female connector on the back of a CPU box. It is used to connect to a monitor.
Q322. An 80 year old man is dissatisfied with several aspects of his hospital stay, which of the following pieces of legislation allows him to file a formal complaint?
D. Patient Bill of Rights
Explanation: Patient Bill of Rights. Patient Bill of Rights is correct as this legislation requires health care providers inform all patients of their rights as patients receiving medical treatment. There are eight rights every patient has as a recipient of medical care and one of those rights is the ability to file a complaint against the health plan, physician, hospitals and other health care personnel. Answer: A is incorrect. MIPPA is as this as this legislation is designed used to adjust Medicare reimbursement to certain facilities. Answer: C is incorrect. EMTALA is as this legislation legally obligates health care facilities to provide emergent care regardless of citizenship, legal status or ability to pay Answer: B is incorrect. HIPPA is as this legislation is designed to insure the privacy and security of personal health information.
Q323. You have been hired to design a TCP/IP-based network that will contain both Unix and Windows computers. You are planning a name resolution strategy. Which of the following services will best suit the requirements of the network?
Explanation: You should plan to install DNS to fulfill the requirements of the network.
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Q324. You are asked to install an information system in the Nuclear Medicine department in order to record the use of radioisotopes. Which type of information system would you install for this purpose?
A. Enterprise System
B. Intradepartmental System
C. External System
D. Departmental System
Explanation: A departmental information system is a system that is that is limited and serves the purposes of one department or domain. Examples are dose management systems that are used by pharmacies. Answer: A is incorrect. Enterprise system is incorrect as this type of system is designed for use for all departments that encompass a large health system including hospitals, clinics and nursing homes. Answer: C is incorrect. External system is incorrect as this type of system is shared by many health organizations to report information required by regulatory agencies or as an information exchange for regional health information networks. Answer: B is incorrect. Intradepartmental system is incorrect as this type of system is primarily used by one department but shares functions and information with other departments.
Q325. You are fortunate to have a health care plan that allows you to seek care from whichever facility or health care provider you choose. Which of the following types of healthcare plans do you subscribe to?
A. Point of Service
D. Indemnity Plan
Explanation: An indemnity plan allows you to visit any doctor, any hospital and direct your own care. Answer: B is incorrect. HMO is incorrect as this offers healthcare services for a prepaid fixed amount of reimbursement. In an HMO, providers and subscribers voluntarily enroll and the HMO assumes responsibility and financial risks. Answer: A is incorrect. Point of Service (POS) is an agreement where a patient is permitted to choose a provider each time healthcare service is required. Answer: C is incorrect. PPO is incorrect as this is a network of physicians or healthcare organizations who provide healthcare at a discounted rate in return for higher patient volume.
Q326. As a healthcare IT specialist, you are asked to ensure that all images obtained from an echocardiography unit are automatically transmitted to a remote area for interpretation. Which of the following tasks are you being asked to perform?
A. Device Capture
B. Document Archiving
C. Document Imaging
D. Clinical Imaging
Explanation: Device capture is the act of transmitting medical information directly from a medical device such as electrocardiogram. All medical information transmitted via device capture must be review and validated by a physician. Answer: C is incorrect. Document imaging is incorrect as this action involves involves prepping, scanning, indexing and performing quality control on paper documents that are entered into a computerized system. Answer: D is incorrect. Clinical imaging refers to medical information that is obtained by the use of photographs or other medical imaging devices that need to be a part of the patient's permanent medical record. Answer: B is incorrect. Document archiving is the act of ensuring the documents of a patient's medical record are sufficiently stored for the appropriate length of time in a private location.
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Q327. You are asked to install an entirely new information system for your facility. Your superiors inquire about your plan action for this project. You construct a table illustrating your timeline and division of duties for the project based on the table shown below. What type of project management tool have you created for your project?
A. Critical Path
B. Gantt Chart
C. Venn Diagram
D. PERT Diagram
Explanation: A Gantt Chart is a table that contains horizontal time lines and vertical indicators of project components, with bars indicating when and by whom tasks are to be completed. Answer: C is incorrect. Venn Diagram is incorrect as this diagram is diagram used in mathematics that are used to show all possible logical relations between a finite collection of sets. Answer: D is incorrect. PERT diagram is incorrect as this is a diagram which represent the steps or component parts of a project as circles connected by lines to indicated the sequence of events. Answer: A is incorrect. Critical path is incorrect as this is not a diagram, however, it is a tool used to indicate the overall time frame a project should take to complete.
Q328. Which of the following titles of HIPAA is known as the Administrative Simplification (AS) provisions, and requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers?
A. Title II
B. Title IV
C. Title III
D. Title I
Explanation: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 was enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1996. According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Website, Title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs. Title II of HIPAA, known as the Administrative Simplification (AS) provisions, requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers. This is intended to help people keep their information private, though in practice it is normal for providers and health insurance plans to require the waiver of HIPAA rights as a condition of service. The Administration Simplification provisions also address the security and privacy of health data. The standards are meant to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the nation's health care system by encouraging the widespread use of electronic data interchange in the U.S. health care system. Answer: B, C are incorrect. These are not the valid titles of HIPAA.
Q329. Which of the following are the countermeasures against WEP cracking?Each correct answer represents a part of the solution. Choose all that apply.
A. Using the longest key supported by hardware
B. Using a non-obvious key
C. Using a 16 bit SSID
D. Changing keys often
Explanation: A user can use some countermeasures to prevent WEP cracking. Although WEP is least secure, it should not be used. However, a user can use the following methods to mitigate WEP cracking. Use a non-obvious key. Use the longest key supported by hardware. Change keys often.Use WEP in combination with other security features, such as rapid WEP key rotation and dynamic keying using 802.1x. Consider WEP a deterrent, not a guarantee. Answer: C is incorrect. SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. It is used to identify a wireless network. SSIDs are case sensitive text strings and have a maximum length of 32 characters. All wireless devices on a wireless network must have the same SSID in order to communicate with each other. The SSID on computers and the devices in WLAN can be set manually and automatically. Configuring the same SSID as that of the other Wireless Access Points (WAPs) of other networks will create a conflict. A network administrator often uses a public SSID that is set on the access point. The access point broadcasts SSID to all wireless devices within its range. Some newer wireless access points have the ability to disable the automatic SSID broadcast feature in order to improve network security.
Q330. Your computer is not connected to the UPS. What can happen in an event of power failure?
A. CMOS battery failure.
B. Damage of components.
C. Distorted display.
D. BIOS configuration is reset.
Explanation: If your computer is not connected to the UPS, power failure may cause damage to peripheral components. You can avoid such problems by using UPS and surge protector.
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