RBT Documentation and Reporting Test #4

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Working from home is a BCBA. Several of the BCBA's housemates are also close friends. The BCBA delivers a client's report home one evening, which contains confidential information. The BCBA invoices her time to the client's insurance company after a few hours of work, places the report on her desk, and goes to bed. What is the issue with this BCBA's behavior?

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When a member of the clinical team is not using it, all client personal information should be locked away. If someone broke into this BCBA's home and saw the material, or, more likely, if the roommates passed by the BCBA's desk and saw the document, it would be a breach of confidentially.

When is sharing protected health information (PHI) appropriate, legal, and ethical?

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Because the client's BCaBA or BCBA is in charge of the case, PHI can be shared with them. Before client consent is given, or even when the school contacts you, PHI should not be shared with individuals from other workplaces. To share information to outside parties, such as the client's school, the parent must sign a release of information form.

Which communications or materials need to be protected in order to maintain confidentiality?

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To avoid unauthorized access, all information must be appropriately stored.

In class, an RBT is assigned to present on a clinical case. Because not all of the students work for the same company, the RBT must ensure that her clients' privacy is protected. What kind of information would be a breach of the client's privacy?

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PHI is personal health information that must always be kept private. This information contains things like the client's name, address, diagnosis, and treatment. PHI is any information that can be used to identify a specific person. In this situation, extremely detailed descriptions of a client's physical appearance can be utilized to identify them. The RBT can share graphs as long as they don't contain any personal health information (PHI).

A therapist may reveal protected health information if__________

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If a judge orders the disclosure of confidential information, it may be made public. Otherwise, before to exposing confidential information, the client and/or the client's caregivers must provide written and verbal agreement. If there is a suspicion of abuse or neglect, confidential information may be revealed.

What is meant by confidentiality?

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You cannot, for instance, discuss a customer while in the grocery shop. Any information about the client that the family would not want shared should never be heard by someone they may know.

A therapist delivers a confidential report to a client's residence. Because the therapist usually drives to the client's house without incident, he leaves the private paper unlocked in the passenger seat. Sadly, the therapist is engaged in a car accident while driving that was not his fault. When the emergency services arrive, they come across the confidential document. Which of the following statements about this scenario is correct?

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Confidential documents should always be secured in a locked container when being transported. Even though the therapist was not at fault in the vehicle accident, confidentiality was breached when the emergency services were given access to the paper. Only the client's BCBA and preapproved persons should have access to confidential client information.

Behavioral treatment practitioners must keep record of services for at least ____ years, according to the BACB.

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Client documentation and data must be kept for at least seven years by behavior analysts.

In terms of client confidentiality and law enforcement, which of the following statements is correct?

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This material is suited to U.S. HIPAA regulations. If the information is useful in locating a victim, suspect, or perpetrator, confidential information may be shared with law police. It may also be made public if the information helps to identify the site of a crime or if a judge orders it.

Joshua once required hand-over-hand assistance in order to demonstrate the cracker sign. He observed you making the sign for a cookie the following day. On the third day, you taught him the sign for "cookie," and he did it on his own. What sort of example is that?

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He is becoming more independent as he watches you make the sign. Even though you might not have a manding sheet in front of you, you are still moving up the ladder.

RBTs are required to protect data by

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As an RBT, you have a significant role to play and must take the accuracy of all data seriously. Except for the parties immediately concerned, secure data is none of the other people's business.

A client's insurance pays for a BCBA and RBT to teach the client how to communicate via an image exchange communication system. The RBT uses facilitated communication without the BCBA's permission one day, a practice that is neither evidence-based nor behavior-analytic. In reality, this strategy has resulted in clients being exploited. ABA services were offered throughout her whole session, according to the RBT's session notes. What is the issue with this RBT's response?

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In all of these ways, the RBT's response is unsatisfactory. Only behavior-analytic services are permitted for RBTs. This person cannot sell herself as an RBT and use non-behavior-analytic tactics at the same time.

Which of the following does not constitute protected health information (PHI)?

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Personal health information (PHI) should always be kept private. Many ABA companies generate a unique, random client code to ensure secrecy. When referring to a client, the code might be used to protect the client's identity.

A token economy is what?

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To try and encourage (raise) the frequency of a particular behavior, such as eye contact, a token economy system is utilized. When the desired conduct is carried out, the individual receives the tokens or symbols. The child can then trade the tokens for other forms of reinforcement, such as bubbles or treats. A reinforcement technique known as token economy involves trading backup reinforcers for generalized reinforcers.

The acronym PHI stands for _____.

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PHI is personal health information that must always be kept private. This information contains things like the client's name, address, diagnosis, and treatment. PHI is any information that can be used to identify a specific person.

It is crucial to ask those questions on a regular basis after your client satisfies the prerequisites. What is this known as?

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Maintaining the criteria aids your customer in recalling and recognizing the abilities they learned months earlier.

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