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NHM 114 FINAL
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________________ are related to contaminated food and water, inadequate housing, and sewage disposal.
What is the down side to improved health care and longevity?
Presence of multiple chronic conditions
In the future, physical and cognitive decline associated with_________ will require personal assistance from family or paid caregivers and health services from a variety of health professionals.
Which of the following changes in health care has been the most significant with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act?
An increase in the number of individuals who have access to health care
In history, improved ________________ conditions helped bring the infectious disease epidemics under control.
Which of the following is a direct health service provided by the federal government?
The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA)
Which of the following is an example of a health promotion service?
A local OBGYN office that offers free classes for pregnant women to learn about breastfeeding
On Hwy 7 S, there is a clinic named Oxford Medical Ministries, staffed by volunteer health care professionals on certain nights of the week. To be a patient at the clinic, one must: be a resident of Lafayette county, have worked at least part-time during the past year, and not be eligible for private health insurance. The administrative personnel and the building is funded by several local religious groups, and no fee is charged to the patients. This is an example of:
A privately funded free clinic
Which of the following pieces of legislation established the Medicare program for people 65 years of age or older?
the Social Security Act of 1965
Which of the following statements about the Indian Health Services (IHS) is true?
1. The IHS offers services to American Indians and Alaska Natives who are members of federally-recognized tribes.
2. The IHS provides both hospital and clinic-based services
3. IHS is an example of a direct health service provided by the federal government
Which of the following is an example of capitation?
1. Reimbursing hospitals at a lower rate for readmissions that occur sooner than 30 days after discharge
2. Bundling payments for the hospital charges, home-health charges, and physical therapy charges after knee replacement surgery
The dollar amount paid out of pocket for healthcare services before health insurance will cover the cost
The share of the cost of healthcare services (for example a doctor's visit) not covered by health insurance.
Costs of healthcare services not covered by private health insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare, or Children's Health Insurance Program.
The cost of health insurance covered by an employer, shared with the employee or purchased through a Health Exchange.
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