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1. The amount of risk an organization is willing to accept is known as:

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2. What type of proactive risk analysis allows the risk manager to not only analyze the current process but to also identify potential impact of any process improvement changes?

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3. Which of the following is an exception to the requirements of informed consent?

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4. If a health insurance company paid $40,000 for medical care for a plaintiff, the plaintiff's lawyer could negotiate a much smaller amount, such as $10,000, to reimburse the health insurer is known as:

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5. Human subjects enrolled in a research project or trials are under the supervision of:

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6. Medical Staff Credentialing is governed mainly by:

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7. In virtual health care (telemedicine, e-visits and m-health), asynchronous services are commonly used for:

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8. An organization fails to monitor the entrance for a slippery floor during inclement weather. A patient's family member pushing the patient into the facility via wheelchair slips and falls, sustaining moderate injuries. What type of captive funded risk is this an example of:

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9. Segregation of loss exposures is a:

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10. After a patient was admitted from the emergency department to the intensive care unit, it was discovered that their belongings were misplaced and the patient personal items checklist was not completed. Consequently, there is no record of the patient's belongings from the emergency department. This event would be identified as what type of claim?

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