Chapter 7: Fundamental Skills in Therapeutic Services | Crossword


1.the use of electronic health records that follows a series of stages with sets of objectives for healthcare providers to meet in each stage.
3.a substance or mixture of substances that have been proven through research to have a clear value in the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of diseases.
9.variations among people that arise from nationality, ethnicity, race, and family backgrounds and which affect beliefs, practices, behavior, and expectations.
10.a term that refers to mobile health apps.
11.a method that helps healthcare workers communicate with each other more clearly by using a standardized communication format for reporting changes in a patient’s status; stands for Situation, Background, Assessment, and Recommendation. individual who translates for a patient with limited English proficiency to ensure that the patient’s needs are being met. give legal authority to.
15.a note that is added to correct an error, explains the new or corrected information, and gives a reason for the change.


1.the decimal measurement system based on the meter, liter, and gram as its primary units of length, volume, and weight or mass respectively.
2.a group of online communication tools that allow people to share information and resources via the Internet.
4.a term that describes how much of a drug is in a specific volume of liquid. instrument for measuring angles.
6.part of a patient’s electronic health record that shows contact information, insurance information, and medical history; also called the summary screen.
7.the total quantity of medicine that is to be administered.
8.applications; software that is accessed through the Internet and runs on a computer, smartphone, tablet, or other mobile device.
13.the portion of medicine to be administered at one time.

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