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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Health maintenance organizations (HMOs)
  2. Reporting pay
  3. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC)
  4. Long-term disability (LTD) coverage
  5. Nonduplication of benefits
  1. a Pay provided to employees who report for work as scheduled but then find that no work is available
  2. b In health plans, requires a secondary carrier to reimburse only up to the level of reimbursement they would have paid
  3. c Form of health care that provides services for a fixed period on a prepaid basis
  4. d Set up by ERISA to insure payment of benefits in the event that a private-sector defined benefit pension plan terminates with insufficient funds to pay the benefits
  5. e Replaces a portion of an employee's lost income after short-term disability coverage ends

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Social Security Administration program that provides medical care for people after age 65
  2. Plans that allow after-tax contributions to existing 401(k) or 403(b) plans
  3. Retirement plan by which employees can contribute each year to a 401(k) plan or IRA
  4. Type of health-care plan in which the physician is paid on a per capita (per head) basis rather than for actual treatment provided
  5. Organization-wide incentive plans in which funds are made available for incentive awards based on predetermined criteria and standards

5 True/False questions

  1. Stop-loss coverageInsurance policy that protects employers with partially self-funded insurance plans by limiting individual and group-wide claims

          

  2. Unemployment Compensation Amendments (UCA)Form of compensation commonly referred to as benefits

          

  3. Golden parachutesSituation where an employee's pay is below the minimum of the range

          

  4. Factor comparison methodForm of compensation commonly referred to as benefits

          

  5. GatekeeperIndividual, usually a primary-care physician, who is given control of patient access to specialists and services in a managed care organization