Chapter 4: Professional Knowledge in Health Informatics | Crossword


3.formal statement of expected ethical behaviors; describes the standards of conduct expected of members of the profession. available for clients who have been diagnosed with a terminal disease and generally have less than six months to live.
11.verbal defamation.
12.a government-provided health insurance program that provides coverage for people 65 years of age and older; helps with the cost of healthcare, but doesn't pay for all medical expenses or long-term care.
13.the monthly fees individuals pay into a shared money pool to receive insurance coverage.
14.private health insurance policies that individuals must purchase to cover costs not paid by Medicare.
16.placement on an official list, or registry, of qualified workers.
18.a term used to describe issues that are defined by laws that are enforced by the government.
19.the branch of law that establishes rules for business relationships between people or between individuals and businesses.
20.the factor of a system that refers to how the system processes or uses the inputs.


1.written defamation.
2.a system that limits access to and use of healthcare to control costs.
4.a term used to describe an action that fits with someone's personal morals or professional rules of conduct.
5.a term that means the terms are spelled out in detail. organized structure composed of many parts that work together and depend on each other to carry out a set of functions.
7.the factor of a system that involves responses to the functions that are used to keep the system going.
8.the branch of law that aims to protect individuals and society by defining certain actions as crimes, or offenses against society.
9.the minimum amount a patient must pay out-of-pocket before the insurance company will pay for healthcare.
12.a government-provided health insurance program that provides hospital and medical insurance for people with low incomes, children in low-income families, and those who are disabled and cannot work.
15.the factor of a system that refers to the results produced by the system's functioning.
17.the factor of a system that includes the population being served and why they need or want service through this system; also includes the resources the system needs to function, such as workers, equipment, and financial resources.

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