NURS 6565N Week 3 Board Vitals Exam with Answers

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NURS 6565N Week 3 Board Vitals Exam

  1. A nurse practitioner enters a contract with a physician. What type of law governs this type of interaction?
  2. A young nursing student is interviewing a nurse practitioner about her profession. Which of the following is true?
  3. A nurse practitioner enters a contract with a physician. What branch of law governs this type of transaction?
  4. What was the major impetus for the creation of the nurse practitioner role?
  5. Who started the first nurse practitioner program?
  6. When the NP is paid directly by the patient’s payer who agrees to pay the NP for providing care for a specific population, this is called a:
  7. Which of the following practices constitutes a barrier to safe and effective healthcare
  8. An established patient agrees to pay the nurse practitioner directly for providing a specific service which is a
  9. A nurse practitioner is seeing patients in a clinic. Which of the following requirements must the NP meet to satisfy Medicare’s coverage requirements
  10. When advocating for the profession of nursing, a nurse practitioner knows that responsibility for interrupting scope of practice parameters rests with which of the following
  11. The NP knows that his or her legal right to practice is derive from nurs 6565n week 3
  12. Your nursing license may be in jeopardy if
  13. The NP delegates a task to an unlicensed person. The person(s) responsible for outcomes in this case is
  14. According to the institute of medicine which of the following defines healthcare performance
  15. Which of the following is true of advanced practice registered nurses
  16. Nonmaleficence is a principal ethic in nursing is best define as
  17. Which of the following characterizes the professional role of a nurse practitioner
  18. The health insurance portability and accountability act
  19. Which of the following scenarios is generally consider unethical
  20. Which of the following is true of the title “nurse practitioner?”

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