INFO 305 Quiz 1

INFO 305 Quiz 1 Liberty University

  1. What is the primary difference between an open and closed system?
  2. Knowing when and how to use knowledge is referred to as:
  3. Health informatics is both a ___________ as well as a(n) ____________.
  4. The chapter makes the argument for increased automation for such things as managing supplies, because studies have shown that ______________________________.
  5. The historical roots of computer science can be traced to:
  6. On its own, the number 190 is an example of:
  7. Which statement related to certification in health informatics is correct?
  8. The primary characteristics used to analyze an open system include:
  9. Which technical development created a tension between centralized and decentralized computer management in healthcare?
  10. Which statement describes the measurement of information as defined by the Shannon and Weaver model?
  11. Which group will test out new technology but are not usually seen as leaders within an organization?
  12. James, in studying patient safety in U.S. hospitals, found that the number of preventable adverse events leading to serious harm fell in the approximate range of ____________ to _____________ cases per year.
  13. Which of the following statements about EHRs is false?
  14. The top three uses of the U.S. Army’s telehealth network include all of the following EXCEPT ________________.
  15. What was the first professional association to express interest in accreditation for health informatics–related educational programs?
  16. You have altered the menu of food items served to your patients. However, the change has greatly expanded the number of refrigerated items needed on hand. You need to buy a new refrigerator, but the electric circuit in the kitchen cannot handle the extra load and needs to be upgraded at significant expense. This set of unintended consequences down the line, produced by an initial change, is called:
  17. The “butterfly effect” describes a situation in which a minor change in input (eg, a butterfly flapping its wings in one part of the world) can have a major effect on output (eg, a windstorm developing in another part of the world). This aspect of chaotic systems illustrates their property of:
  18. The ________ is one of the oldest—and still widely used—methods for building and implementing software applications in IT arena.
  19. Which statement concerning educational programs in health informatics is correct?
  20. The historical roots of information science can be traced to:
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