Summer CME 2022 July 18 Quiz

SPC2022 July 18 Quiz

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention – Providing Sound Advice to Patients- Carmine D'Amico, D.O.(Required)
According to the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), for which of the following patients would the initiation of low-dose aspirin (81 mg PO daily) for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) be most appropriate? NOTE: None of the patients listed are at increased bleeding risk or have any other contraindication to aspirin therapy, and none of the patients listed have known CVD.
Managing Low Back Pain – Anthony Ferretti, D.O.(Required)
A 52 y/o male patient presents with low back pain after bending over to lift a full can of paint three days prior. He describes his low back pain as achy and occasionally sharp with lumbar extension. He denies f/c, numbness/tingling, radiating pain. On physical exam, SILT and motor 5/5 in the BLE’s. DP and PT 2+. There is TTP along the right lumbar paraspinal musculature. No lumbar spinous process TTP or step-off appreciated. When is the optimal time to first pursue imaging for this patient?
Smart Case Review: A Method for Efficient and Effective Medical Management and Education – Jean Storm, D.O.(Required)
All of the following are true regarding the smart case review process except:
GERD and its Complications – Brian Viviano, D.O.(Required)
28-year-old morbidly obese male presents with the complaints of heartburn on a daily basis. Patient reports after most meals he experiences substernal burning that lasts about one hour. He reports symptoms being worse at night. He denies exertional chest pain or shortness of breath. He denies difficulty swallowing food or weight loss. He takes no medications, drinks occasional ETOH and is a 20-pack/year smoker. What is appropriate first step?
GERD and its Complications – Brian Viviano, D.O.(Required)
A 38-year-old woman has had heartburn for five years. Two years ago she began treating herself with over-the-counter omeprazole 20 mg daily, which helped her considerably. For the past several months, the heartburn has increased in frequency and intensity. Two weeks ago, she doubled her dose of omeprazole but she continues to experience frequent heartburn. She denies weight loss, anorexia, and dysphasia. Her BMI is 28; physical exam is otherwise normal. A CBC is normal. What is the next best management option?
Medical Compliance Review: HIPAA, HITECH, ET. AL.*, ** – Rich Ferretti, J.D.; Aaron Susmarski, J.D.(Required)
Which of the following are definitions of a Business Associate?