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Managed care organizations deliver medical care and manage all aspects of patient care by limiting providers of care, discounting payments to providers of care, or limiting access to care.

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Two types of practitioners can hold the degree of Doctor of Medicine. They are:

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Chiropractor and Surgeon
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Physician and Podiatrist
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Physician and Surgeon
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Physician and Osteopath
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While the other choices are "doctors" only physicians and surgeons are Doctors of Medicine.

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Which of the following is a surgical specialty?

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Anesthesiology
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Neurology
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General Practice
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Dental
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Anesthesiology is a surgical specialty.

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Nurse Practitioners often receive advanced training at the Masters level

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Which of the following professionals is not mentioned in this text as requiring licensing by all 50 states? 5

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Physical Therapy
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Occupational Therapy
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Respiratory Therapy
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Health Information Management
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While HIM is licensed, professionals are registered (credentialed) .

 

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Physical Therapists use work and play activities to improve patient's independent functioning, enhance their development, and prevent or decrease their level of disability. run 3

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The correct answer to the description above would be occupational therapists.

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The Social Security Act of 1935 had a healthcare component added by the Republican president , Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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The Social Security Act of 1935 did not have a healthcare component added to it.

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Which of the following persons were intended to be supported by Medicaid in Public Law 89-97 of 1965?

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Single-parent families
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The elderly
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Veterans
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Pregnant Women
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Medicaid was established to support care for persons classified at medically  indigent.

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With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, U>S> states were given the opportunity to expand Medicaid, though not all have done so.

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this is  a true statement

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The average length of stay (LOS) for acute care hospitals is :  

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25 days or less
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The average LOS for acute care hospitals is less than 25 days.

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The board of directors can also be called the board of trustees.

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What is the name given to the privileges assigned to physicians to provide clinical services in a hospital?

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Medical
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Admission
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Health
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Clinical
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Name given for hospital privileges is called clinical privileges.

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Traditionally physicians alone determine the timely and effective interventions in response to a wide range of problems related to a patient's treatment, comfort, and safety. Who else are playing a wider role in this function?

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Nurses
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Physical Therapists
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Utilization Specialists
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Quality Improvement specialists
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Nurses deal with a wide range of problems related to patient treatment.

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Long term care patients are referred to as residents of the healthcare facility administering care.

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What percentage of hospitals offers emergency services?

 

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More than 90%
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More than 90% of hospitals offer emergency services.

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Who is appointed by the President of the United States to provide leadership and science-based recommendations about the public's health?

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Chief Executive Officer of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Surgeon General of the United States
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Secretary of Health and Human Services
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President of the National Istitutes of Health
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While other positions are important, it is the Surgeon General that the public looks to for information about public health issues.

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Long term care is mainly rehabilitative and supportive rather than curative.

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Patients in hospice care are expected to live a maximum of ___days.

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30
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180
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The rule is 6 months, which translates approximately to 6 x 30 days in a month = 180 days


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