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Medical Staff Skills Tests

Here's what's new in skills testing for Medical Office Staff!

AUS-NZ Medical Spelling

The Medical Spelling test is in a text editing format. The test taker is required to identify whether words are spelled correctly. If necessary, the test taker uses the mouse and keyboard to edit misspelled words. This test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to spell medical terms accurately.

AUS-NZ Medical Terminology - General

The Medical Terminology - General test consists of questions designed to measure knowledge of general medical terms and vocabulary. This test is appropriate for medical office personnel and assistants who need to be able to understand general medical terminology.

AUS-NZ Typing - Medical

The Medical Typing test measures the speed and accuracy of a user's typing. The test presents the user with a medical field related passage which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as he/she can. This test should be given to anyone whose typing speed needs to be measured.

Bloodborne Pathogens - Infection Control

This test covers the various details regarding OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Title 29 CFR 1910.1030. It reviews information and steps necessary to protect workers whose jobs put them at a reasonable risk of coming into contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). This test applies to all employees whom may be exposed to blood or OPIM as part of their job duties.

Canadian Medical Spelling

The Medical Spelling test is in a text editing format. The test taker is required to identify whether words are spelled correctly. If necessary, the test taker uses the mouse and keyboard to edit misspelled words. This test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to spell medical terms accurately.

Cultural Diversity

The Cultural Diversity assessment is designed to evaluate the level of cultural awareness that administrators, nurses, doctors, and all other healthcare workers should posses. JCAHO standards require healthcare organizations to include cultural diversity and sensitivity training as part of employee orientation and as an on-going basis to meet the needs of their patient populations served. A wide variety of cultures are covered from across the world to provide a broad perspective. The particular areas of relevance covered are birth rituals, family participation in care delivery, dietary beliefs, alternative healthcare practices, death and dying beliefs, and traditional customs.

Dental Assistant

A Dental Assistant assists with a variety of treatment procedures, patient care, using dental instruments, taking and processing x-rays, and prepares and sterilizes instruments and equipment. This assessment covers topical areas such as Dental Anatomy, Dental Procedures, Dental Assistant Role, Dental Terminology, Dental Equipment Knowledge, and General Knowledge Dental.

Dental Hygienist

The Dental Hygienist test is based on dental hygiene process of care and should be administered to established Dental Hygienists. This assessment covers topical areas such as Oral Infections, Dental Equipment Knowledge, Proper Diagnosis, Therapies, and scenario-based Problem Solving.

Dosage Calculation

The Dosage Calculation test assesses the skill level of the test taker by targeting such skill areas as the ability to calculate drug conversions, knowledge of clinical procedures in context of medications, knowledge of Pharmacology, as well as definitions and terminology related to the medical profession. There is also an element of medical laboratory knowledge and medical abbreviations.

French Canadian Medical Spelling

Le test d’orthographe médical est présenté dans le format d’édition de texte. La personne testée doit identifier si un mot est écrit correctement ou non. Au besoin, elle doit utiliser la souris et le clavier pour corriger les fautes d’orthographe. Ce test est conçu pour le personnel médical et le personnel de soutien qui doivent être capable d’épeler correctement le vocabulaire médical.

French Canadian Medical Terminology - General

The Medical Terminology - General test consists of questions designed to measure knowledge of general medical terms and vocabulary in French (Canada). This test is appropriate for medical office personnel and assistants who need to be able to understand general medical terminology.

General Pharmaceutical Knowledge

The General Pharmaceutical Knowledge test is aimed at assessing the various areas of knowledge of pharmacists working within the field. This test covers patient records, pharmacy mathematics, drug interactions, patient counseling, drug measurements, and drug side effects. The test is intended to be administered to those with at least one year of pharmaceutical experience in a community, hospital, nursing home, and/or LTC environment.

Healthcare Industry Terminology

This Healthcare Industry Terminology assessment tests the ability of a health care worker with at least one year's experience to recognize and identify abbreviations and terms used frequently in the health care field. Such topics covered in the exam are basic drug groups, common diseases, medical abbreviations, medical terminology, diseases, diagnosis, physical examinations, therapy, and various fields of medicine.

HIPAA Administration

HIPAA laws are far reaching and affect just about every American citizen. HIPAA laws were created to, among other things, protect private health information of patients, ensure an employee's ability to switch health insurance carriers, and standardize electronic code sets used to transfer private health information electronically.  The HIPAA Administration test covers knowledge of a variety of general topics that are regulated under HIPAA Law. Topics include HIPAA Definitions, HIPAA background, Electronic Standards, HIPAA compliance requirements, HIPAA Documentation, Penalties for HIPAA Violations, and HIPAA security.  This test covers a wide range of HIPAA topics associated with Human Resources Departments, Medical Practitioner's Offices, Hospital Administration, Medical Billing Departments, Insurance Plans, and other HIPAA Professionals.

HIPAA - Clinical Staff

The HIPAA - Clinical Staff test was created for those that work in the clinical healthcare setting. The test supports such topics as HIPAA regulations, medical records, legal aspects of HIPAA, violations of HIPAA, patient's rights, electronic transmission and job safety.  This test is appropriate to administer to Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs), Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and Nursing Assistants.

JCAHO

The JCAHO test is designed to assess the level of knowledge of administrators, clinicians, and/or managers involved in the accreditation process within a healthcare organization that are currently accredited or are actively seeking accreditation. The level of difficulty is dependent upon the question, and involves information related to the understanding of the components of JCAHO; what the survey process consists of, risk management strategies, and governance issues. The accreditation process is complex, therefore, this test will not only focus on basic knowledge necessary to aid a successful survey, but will include intermediate and advanced knowledge-based questions relevant for a variety of participants.

LPN/LVN

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs), or licensed vocational nurses (LVNs), care for the sick, injured, convalescent, and disabled under the direction of physicians and registered nurses. This assessment covers topical areas, such as HIPAA regulations, clinical procedures, infection control and pharmacology.

Medical Assistant - Advanced

This Medical Assistant - Advanced test is meant for test takers that have a higher understanding of medical issues and procedures. The test includes such topics as HIPAA regulations, clinical procedures, medical records, infection control, and pharmacology. This assessment is appropriate for Medical Assistants with more than one year of experience.

Medical Assistant - Basic

This is a basic medical assistant test designed for a person that works in a doctor's office or is a medical assistant. It is a test of basic knowledge of phone skills, universal precautions, taking of vital signs as well as HIPAA. The test taker with one year's experience should be able to answer the majority of questions.

Medical Billing (CMS-1500)

This is a test that covers several different areas of CMS form knowledge, HIPPA, billing terminology, billing procedures, and collections. The questions are meant to generally apply to any office, hospital, or facility environment. This assessment is appropriate to administer to a test takers from a few months to several years experience. The CMS-1500 form is not required to complete this test, but that is up to the discretion of the test administrator.

Medical Billing (UB-04)

This Medical Billing (UB-04) test covers several different areas of UB-04 form knowledge as well as billing terminology, procedures, and general insurance knowledge. The questions are meant to generally apply to any office, hospital, or facility environment. This assessment is appropriate to administer to test takers with a few months' to several years' experience.

Medical Billing Knowledge

The Medical Billing Knowledge test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge of medical billing procedures. The questions focus on several broad categories: general knowledge, registration, claims management, payment management, denial management and managed care. Most questions are based on real-life situations often presented in medical practices.

Medical Claims Processing

This test covers a wide array of practical knowledge for today's medical examiner. It is appropriate to administer to medical examiners as well as people working in call centers in a medical setting. Included are such skills as paying or denying claims, ICD9 and CPT knowledge, workers compensation rules, hospital standards, and medical terminology.

Medical Collections

The Medical Collections test addresses such issues as co-payments, co-insurance, claim denial and general collections. It is appropriate to administer to individuals that have worked in the field for at least one year.

Medical Office Personnel Skills

The Medical Office Personnel Skills assessment is designed to give an overall assessment of a candidate applying for a Medical Office Personnel position. The candidate will be tested on their knowledge of the skills primarily used in a medical office setting. It covers current issues in the medical field such as HIPAA regulations and OSHA compliance. Professional conduct, patient assistance, general office duties, billing, and insurance knowledge are also topics that are tested.

Medical Receptionist

The Medical Receptionist test measures skills often required of medical receptionists such as knowledge of general medical terminology, insurance types and patient management. This test is designed for entry-level medical receptionists, secretaries and clerical personnel.

Medical Records Coding (CPT)

This test is based on the 2009 CPT Standard Edition code book and covers some of the basic parameters of CPT coding, both in a doctor's office environment and hospital setting. The test also covers the use of the CPT coding book to look up information and how to use the appendices and glossary to find answers. It also deals with some of the Medicare codes with modifiers that are used in billing today.

Medical Records Coding (ICD-9)

The Medical Records Coding [ICD-9]assessment measures a medical record coder's ability to consistently and accurately apply the proper diagnosis codes (ICD-9) to a specific condition, disease, or injury. This test focuses on several basic areas of the ICD-9-CM Book, Physician Coding, Supplemental Classifications - V & E Codes, Coding from Health Records, and ICD-9 Procedure Codes.  In order to code to highest level of specificity and accuracy an ICD-9-CM book is recommended to complete this test. For additional information regarding possible resources see the Center for Disease Control (CDC) at http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/icd9.htm

Medical Records Legal Issues

The Medical Records Legal Issues test is designed to assess a test taker's knowledge of the American legal system and its impact on the delivery of healthcare, specifically as it relates to Medical Record issues. This test is appropriate to administer to those who work in the medical records department, as a medical office administrator, or as a medical biller/coder and have a strong legal background that goes beyond HIPAA regulations.

Medical Spelling

The Medical Spelling test is in a text-editing format. The test taker is required to identify whether words are spelled correctly. If necessary, the test taker uses the mouse and keyboard to edit misspelled words. This test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to spell medical terms accurately.

Medical Terminal Digit Filing

The Medical Terminal Digit Filing test is designed to assess the test taker’s knowledge of the general filing systems of terminal digit that is utilized in many Medical Record Departments as well as other health care settings. This test is appropriate to administered to applicants for positions in medical records departments.

Medical Terminology - Abbreviations

The Medical Terminology - Abbreviations test measures the knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. The test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - Cardiovascular System

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - Dental

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - ER

This test measures the ability to recognize and understand typical terminology that may be encountered by an ER staff in various positions with approximately one year of experience. These positions include medical coders, billers, claims processors, examiners, various clerical and administrative positions, as well as nurses, doctors, interns, etc. Such topics covered in the test are definitions of terms, abbreviations, laboratory analysis, cardiology, hematology, and various conditions and diseases.

Medical Terminology - Gastrointestinal

This Medical Terminology - Gastrointestinal test is designed to evaluate nurses, medical assistants, medical administrative assistants, and other medical professionals on their knowledge of basic gastrointestinal system concepts and terminology. This exam assumes the test taker has a basic working knowledge of gastrointestinal system terms and concepts.

Medical Terminology - General

The Medical Terminology - General test consists of questions designed to measure knowledge of general medical terms and vocabulary. This test is appropriate for medical office personnel and assistants who need to be able to understand general medical terminology.

Medical Terminology - Integumentary System

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - Musculoskeletal

This musculoskeletal medical terminology test measures the knowledge of test takers concerning medical terms and vocabulary associated with the musculoskeletal system. These tests are designed for medical office personnel including, nurses, medical assistants, medical coders and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand musculoskeletal medical terms. This test was written with the assumption that the test taker has a working knowledge of musculoskeletal terminology.

Medical Terminology - Nervous System

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - Oncology

This test measures the ability to recognize and understand typical terminology that may be encountered by oncology staff in various positions with approximately one year of experience. These positions include medical coders, billers, claims processors, examiners, various clerical and administrative positions, as well as nurses, doctors, interns, etc. Such topics covered in the test are definitions of terms, evaluations of treatments, tests, and various symptoms and diseases.

Medical Terminology - Opthamology

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - Pediatrics

This Medical Terminology - Pediatrics test measures the ability to recognize and understand typical terminology that may be encountered by pediatrics staff in various positions with approximately one year of experience. These positions include medical coders, billers, claims processors, examiners, and various clerical and administrative positions.

Medical Terminology - Pharmacology

This test is designed to evaluate nurses, pharmacy technicians, and other medical professionals on their knowledge of pharmacologic concepts and terminology. This exam assumes the test taker has a basic working knowledge of pharmacology terms and concepts.

Medical Terminology - Psychiatry

The Psychiatry Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with the practice of psychiatry. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and medical assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area. This exam assumes the test taker has a basic working knowledge of psychiatric terms and concepts.

Medical Terminology - Reproduction

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Terminology - Respiratory

The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area.

Medical Typing Test

The Medical Typing test measures the speed and accuracy of a user's typing. The test presents the user with a medical field related passage, which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as he/she can. This test should be given to anyone whose typing speed needs to be measured.

Nursing Assistant

This test is aimed at assessing the skill level of CNA's, certified nursing assistants. It addresses such topical areas as HIPAA regulations, clinical procedures, infection control, job safety and patient's rights.

Nurse Practitioner

A nurse practitioner should be able to compile medical history, physical exam data, and laboratory or test information to form a differential diagnosis on a given patient's health complaint (for common, well-defined, disease entities). Using this information, the nurse practitioner is equipped to treat those disease states with up-to-date therapies. Beyond that, the nurse practitioner is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the nursing profession as a whole, and must possess an understanding of the regulatory bodies that govern the profession, an understanding of the business of providing excellent care, and an understanding of research processes which foster continuous quality improvement.  The Nurse Practitioner assessment is designed to test the level of understanding a nurse practitioner has of these aspects of professional practice, and to differentiate those with only a basic understanding from those with more in-depth clinical and scientific acumen. Topics include anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, regulatory issues, professional practice, and research.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy promotes independent functioning in individuals who may otherwise require institutionalization or other long-term care. It can prevent injury or the worsening of existing conditions or disabilities. The Occupational therapy profession helps people to build, regain, and develop skills that are important for independent functioning, well-being, security, and quality of life.   This test assesses the occupational therapist with at least one year of experience in various areas, including diseases, diagnosis, physical examination, and therapy.   Such topics covered in the exam are identifying anatomical movements, assessing patients, normal and pathological anatomy, diagnosing conditions, identifying abnormalities, and basic medical terminology.

OSHA

This test is intended to examine the ability of the test taker to comprehend the regulations and standards set by OSHA. This test covers such topical areas as Bloodborne Pathogens, Occupational Safety and Health Act, Emergency Exit Procedures, Hazard Communication, Occupational Noise Exposure, and Control of Hazardous Energy.

Pharmaceutical Terminology

The Pharmaceutical Terminology test aims at assessing the terminological knowledge of pharmacists working within the field. It covers commonly used pharmaceutical terminology including drug nomenclature and classification, pharmaceutical calculations, pharmacy law, pharmacokinetics, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. The test is intended to be administered to those with at least one year of pharmaceutical, biotech, healthcare or related experience.

Phlebotomy

The Phlebotomy test was designed to measure the knowledge of general phlebotomy vocabulary and skills. This test is appropriate for phlebotomists who need to be able to comprehend basic phlebotomy skills. The need to maintain patient and staff safety and proper technique is vital to phlebotomists and is included in this assessment.

Physical Therapy

The Physical Therapy assessment measures the test taker's ability with the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of disease and disability through physical means. Primary topics include Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, Geriatric Physical Therapy, Neurological Physical Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy, and Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy. Questions pertaining to the initial evaluation, Integumentary Physical Therapy, and Oncologic Physical Therapy are also addressed as well.

Physician Assistant

Physician Assistants conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive health care, and assist in surgery. While some Physician Assistants practice medicine in a specialty field, the majority are educated and practice in the primary care role model. The Physician Assistant assessment focuses on the typical patient situations seen in a primary care office, emergency room, and in the most common specialties a PA may be utilized.

Radiologic Technologist

A Radiologic Technologist performs diagnostic medical imaging examinations on patients. In order to do this capably and safely, the Radiologic Technologist must have knowledge, experience and skills in the areas of patient care and management, equipment maintenance and operation, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, and image production and evaluation. This examination is intended to demonstrate and evaluate proficiency levels in these areas. It is appropriate to administer to x-ray personnel.

Registered Nurse

This Registered Nurse (RN) test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge of diverse fields of nursing including maternity, psychiatric, pharmacology, pediatrics, and generic med-surg that will require the Registered Nurse to utilize all aspects of nursing skills and critical thinking abilities. This assessment is appropriate for registered nurses with a year or more experience, but may also be applicable for test taker's currently studying to become a Registered Nurse.

Respiratory Therapy

The Respiratory Therapy assessment measures general knowledge of cardiopulmonary pathologies, diagnostic tests, arterial blood gases, ventilator management, emergency care, and special pulmonary related procedures relating to patients from infants to adults. This test is appropriate for someone that has graduated from an accredited respiratory therapy program and has achieved licensure and at least a CRT (certified respiratory therapist) credential.

Spanish Medical Terminology

The Spanish version of the Medical Terminology - General test consists of questions designed to measure knowledge of general medical terms and vocabulary. This test is appropriate for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand general medical terminology.

Spanish OSHA

The OSHA assessment is intended for a test taker who is well-versed in OSHA regulations and the test taker's ability to comprehend and evaluate the standards set by OSHA in Spanish. This test covers such topical areas as Bloodborne Pathogens, Occupational Safety and Health Act, Emergency Exit Procedures, Hazard Communication, Occupational Noise Exposure, and Control of Hazardous Energy.

U.K. Medical Spelling

The U.K. Medical Spelling test is in a text editing format. The test taker is required to identify whether words are spelled correctly. If necessary, the test taker uses the mouse and keyboard to edit misspelled words. This test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to spell medical terms accurately.

U.K. Medical Terminology - General

The U.K. Medical Terminology - General test consists of questions designed to measure knowledge of general medical terms and vocabulary. This test is appropriate for medical office personnel and assistants who need to be able to understand general medical terminology.

U.K. Typing - Medical

The U.K. Medical Typing test measures the speed and accuracy of a user's typing. The test presents the user with a medical field related passage which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as he/she can. This test should be given to anyone whose typing speed needs to be measured.

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Medical Staff Test Pack
  • Bloodborne Pathogens - Infection Control
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Dental Assistant
  • Dental Hygienist
  • Dosage Calculation
  • General Pharmaceutical Knowledge
  • Healthcare Industry Terminology
  • HIPAA Administration
  • HIPAA - Clinical Staff
  • JCAHO
  • LPN/LVN
  • Medical Assistant-Advanced
  • Medical Assistant-Basic
  • Medical Billing (CMS-1500)
  • Medical Billing (UB-04)
  • Medical Billing Knowledge
  • Medical Claims Processing
  • Medical Collections
  • Medical Office Personnel Skills
  • Medical Receptionists
  • Medical Records Coding (CPT)
  • Medical Records Coding (ICD -9)
  • Medical Records Legal Issues
  • Medical Spelling
  • Medical Terminal Digit Filing
  • Medical Terminology - Abbreviations
  • Medical Terminology - Cardiovascular
  • Medical Terminology - Dental
  • Medical Terminology - ER
  • Medical Terminology - Gastrointestinal
  • Medical Terminology - General
  • Medical Terminology - Integumentary
  • Medical Terminology - Musculoskeletal
  • Medical Terminology - Nervous System
  • Medical Terminology - Oncology
  • Medical Terminology - Ophthalmology
  • Medical Terminology - Pediatrics
  • Medical Terminology - Pharmacology
  • Medical Terminology - Psychiatry
  • Medical Terminology - Reproduction
  • Medical Terminology - Respiratory
  • Medical Typing Test
  • Nursing Assistant
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Occupational Therapy
  • OSHA
  • Pharmaceutical Terminology
  • Phlebotomy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Physician Assistant
  • Radiologic Technologist
  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Respiratory Therapy
 
 
 
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