Here is our third free PTCB practice test. These tests are designed with challenging questions similar to those found on the PTCE. Working through PTCB practice questions is the best way to review for your exam. Detailed explanations are provided after you answer each question.
PPO plans often require members to select a primary care physician (PCP) who acts as a 'gatekeeper' to direct access to medical services.
PPO members are not reimbursed for using medical care providers outside of their network of designated doctors and hospitals.
PPO membership provides a substantial discount below the regular rates of the medical professionals who are in the network.
PPO plans usually have lower premiums than HMO plans.
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
Ominibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.
The first 4–5 digits.
The product code.
The second segment.
The last 1–2 digits.
100/3 = 525/x
Cross multiply to solve for x:
100x = 1575
x = 15.75 mL.
The answer asks for liters so divide by 1000:
15.75/1000 = 0.01575 L
parOXETINE — fluOXETINE
PAROXetine — FLUOXetine
PARoxetine — FLUoxetine
paroxeTINE — fluoxeTINE
Coordination of Benefits
Pharmacy Claim Transmittal
Medicare Part C
Medicare Part B
Medicare Part A
Medicare Part D
Disposal of controlled substances.
Ordering Schedule II medications.
Theft or loss of controlled substances.
Reporting inventory levels of controlled substances.
Kefauver Harris Amendment
Pure Food and Drug Act
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970
Exposure to wet surfaces and potential slip and falls.
Exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Exposure to hazardous chemicals.
All of these potential hazards are addressed by OSHA regulations.
manage controlled substances.
fill prescriptions more accurately.
monitor medication adherence rates.
prevent medication errors in healthcare settings.
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