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The insurance plan called ______________ is designed to provide health insurance for low-income people.
What type of medical care is provided in a patient-centered medical home (PCMH)?
Coordinated primary care
What examination must a physician pass in order to obtain a state license to practice medicine?
United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE)
Which of the following occurs first when a patient is seen in the medical office?
Examination by the physician
Which of the following best describes family medicine?
Provides general medical care of children, adolescents, and adults
What is it called when a physician receives one monthly fee from the insurance company for each subscriber in his or her practice?
Which of the following might be studied scientifically by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
Why should doorways in the medical office be at least three feet wide?
This is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act so that patients in wheelchairs have access.
If the office uses paper medical records, where are medical records of patients who have been seen within the past year usually stored?
In a medical records area near the reception area
Which of the following health professionals can manage routine patient care?
Treatment of the internal organs of adults by other than surgical means
!Family medicine Treats adults and children for routine care and complaints
Osteopathy Branch of medical practice that seeks to balance the structure and function of the body through manipulation of muscles and joints; given all privileges of those with MD degr
Dermatology Specializes in conditions of the skin
Correct!Podiatry Treat disorders of the feet and ankles
Correct!Anesthesiology Provides anesthesia during surgery and other procedures
Correct!Pediatrics Provides general medical care of children and adolescents
Correct!Chiropractic Utilizes manipulations to treat spinal subluxations, affecting the spine and related neural structures
Correct!Gastroenterology Performs surgical treatment of the large intestine and rectum
When a patient comes to the office for care and then leaves and goes home, what type of care has the patient received?
Which type of primary care seeks to balance the structure and function of the body through manipulation of muscles and joints?
Which activities occur at the patient check-in window or counter?
Patients hand in new patient information forms and health insurance cards.
Which of the following was included in the original model for health maintenance organizations (HMOs)?
Full-service clinics in which the physicians were employees
Why is Hippocrates often called the father of Western Medicine?
He believed that disease was caused by physical and environmental factors that could be studied.
When does a physician participate in a residency program?
After completing medical school
What type of health care encourages regular checkups, immunizations, and well-child visits?
Where is patient billing usually performed?
Billing may be done in an individual office, in a centralized location for several offices, or by a private billing service
What trend in modern medicine encourages patients to become more responsible for their own care?
Coaching patients to make dietary changes, stop smoking, and exercise
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