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Direction: Circle TRUE or FALSE to the 30 following questions.

1. Financing is necessary to obtain health insurance or to pay for health care services.

 

a. True b. False

2. United States has an insignificant problem with number of uninsured persons.

 

a. True b. False

3. The US health care system is administratively controlled by an agency or a department of

the government.

a. True b. False

4. For a health care market to be free, unrestrained competition must not occur among

providers based on price and quality.

 

a. True b. False

5. Phantom providers who are not directly involved in care, may bill their services

separately from the primary medical bill.

 

a. True b. False

6. One result of Moral Hazard will be a decrease in the amount of health care that is used in

a set period of time.

 

a. True b. False

7. Delivery of health care services in the US is heavily regulated. Health care managers

must comply with numerous government regulations that protect quality, privacy and

reimbursement systems.

 

a. True b. False

8. Health care administrators do not have to understand how the health care delivery system

works because they will be too busy with patient care tasks to manage other things.

 

a. True b. False

9. Holistic health includes physical, mental and social health but it does not include spiritual

health

 

a. True b. False

10. Occurrence of disease usually involves one single factor that fully defines the disease.

 

a. True b. False

11. Diseases are classified as acute conditions that affect people.

a. True b. False

12. Tertiary prevention refers to interventions that could prevent complications from chronic

conditions and prevent further illness, injury or disability.

 

a. True b. False

13. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS, was an example of a global pandemic.

 

a. True b. False

14. Unintentional injuries, was the leading cause of death of Americans in 2006

 

a. True b. False

15. WHOCSDH determined that the social conditions in which people are born, live and

work are the single most important determinant of one’s health status.

 

a. True b. False

16. Because America has been a champion of capitalism, we have a strong belief that health

care is a public resource and not an economic good.

 

a. True b. False

17. Market Justice does not work well in American health care delivery.

 

a. True b. False

18. One part of Healthy People 2020 strives to decrease spending for health care by

eliminating health insurance companies.

 

a. True b. False

19. Activities of Daily Living (ADL) scale developed by Katz and Akpom includes being

able to dress as a daily necessity.

a. True b. False

20. Larger function of the almshouses was to deliver custodial functions.

 

a. True b. False

21. Clinical practice was always a part of the curriculums of medical training of doctors.

 

a. True b. False

22. Diagnostic imaging was first used in the discovery of X-rays in 1895 by Joseph Lister.

 

a. True b. False

23. Matters related to health care were left to state and local governments and government

left as much as possible to voluntary and private action.

 

a. True b. False

24. The Means Test relegated health care coverage for only people below a predetermined

income level.

 

a. True b. False

25. Contracting with hospitals and independent physicians at a flat fee per worker per month

was referred to as capitation

 

a. True b. False

26. When patients present with numerous serious health problems, this condition is referred

to as, readmissions.

 

a. True b. False

27. If physician mal-distribution is a problem plaguing the nation, then payment incentives

for physicians to move to rural areas should help to improve the mal-distribution.

 

a. True b. False

28. If the 25% or so of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) practicing medicine in the

US returned to their country of origin, American would be better off.

 

a. True b. False

29. Allied health professionals occupy a very different niche in the health profession

compared with physicians and nurses. Therefore, it would be much cheaper for hospital

administrators to contract with a large numbers of allied health professionals to provide

care and services in hospitals.

 

a. True b. False

30. Changing requirements dictating health care administration, call for redesigning

educational programs that adequately train health service managers for emerging needs of

the health care industry.

 

a. True b. False

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