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  1. Chapter 16: Consumerism Managed Care Health Professionals Federal Health Care Self-Care $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 FINAL ROUND

  2. Managed Care:$100 Question • Hospitals run by religious or other humanitarian groups that reinvest their earnings in the hospital to improve health care are called • a. health maintenance organizations. • b. for-profit hospitals. • c. outpatient care centers. • d. nonprofit hospitals. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  3. Managed Care:$100 Answer • Hospitals run by religious or other humanitarian groups that reinvest their earnings in the hospital to improve health care are called • a. health maintenance organizations. • b. for-profit hospitals. • c. outpatient care centers. • d. nonprofit hospitals. BACK TO GAME

  4. Managed Care:$200 Question • Which of the following is not true concerning HMO’s? • a. The premiums are the least expensive. • b. There are no or low deductibles. • c. There are no or low coinsurance payments. • d. There are no copayments. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  5. Managed Care:$200 Answer • Which of the following is not true concerning HMO’s? • a. The premiums are the least expensive. • b. There are no or low deductibles. • c. There are no or low coinsurance payments. • d. There are no copayments. BACK TO GAME

  6. Managed Care:$300 Question • Under what type of managed care plan can patients go to providers outside their HMO for care, but they must pay for the extra cost? • a. Health maintenance organization • b. Independent practice association • c. Point of service • d. Preferred provider ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  7. Managed Care:$300 Answer • Under what type of managed care plan can patients go to providers outside their HMO for care, but they must pay for the extra cost? • a. Health maintenance organization • b. Independent practice association • c. Point of service • d. Preferred provider BACK TO GAME

  8. Managed Care:$400 Question • A proprietary hospital is a __________ hospital. • a. teaching • b. for-profit • c. nonprofit • d. ambulatory care ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  9. Managed Care:$400 Answer • A proprietary hospital is a __________ hospital. • a. teaching • b. for-profit • c. nonprofit • d. ambulatory care BACK TO GAME

  10. Health Professionals:$100 Question • A practitioner who works under the supervision of a licensed physician and is legally permitted to prescribe drugs in most states is a • a. physician’s assistant. • b. nurse practitioner. • c. pharmacist. • d. physician’s technician. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  11. Health Professionals:$100 Answer • A practitioner who works under the supervision of a licensed physician and is legally permitted to prescribe drugs in most states is a • a. physician’s assistant. • b. nurse practitioner. • c. pharmacist. • d. physician’s technician. BACK TO GAME

  12. Health Professionals:$200 Question • Jeff has received training similar to a medical doctor’s but puts special emphasis on the skeletal and muscular systems. Jeff is a(n) • a. internist. • b. osteopath. • c. general practitioner. • d. endocrinologist. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  13. Health Professionals:$200 Answer • Jeff has received training similar to a medical doctor’s but puts special emphasis on the skeletal and muscular systems. Jeff is a(n) • a. internist. • b. osteopath. • c. general practitioner. • d. endocrinologist. BACK TO GAME

  14. Health Professionals:$300 Question • An individual who evaluates visual problems and fits glasses but is not a trained physician is an • a. oncologist. • b. optometrist. • c. otolaryngologist. • d. ophthalmologist. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  15. Health Professionals:$300 Answer • An individual who evaluates visual problems and fits glasses but is not a trained physician is an • a. oncologist. • b. optometrist. • c. otolaryngologist. • d. ophthalmologist. BACK TO GAME

  16. Health Professionals:$400 Question • A nurse who has an advanced degree, conducts diagnostic tests, and can prescribe medication in some states is a • a. registered nurse. • b. nurse anesthetist. • c. licensed practical nurse. • d. nurse practitioner. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  17. Health Professionals:$400 Answer • A nurse who has an advanced degree, conducts diagnostic tests, and can prescribe medication in some states is a • a. registered nurse. • b. nurse anesthetist. • c. licensed practical nurse. • d. nurse practitioner. BACK TO GAME

  18. Federal Health Care:$100 Question • Which insurance program covers 99% of adults over 65 years of age as well as all totally and permanently disabled people? • a. Medicaid • b. Social security • c. Medicare • d. HMO ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  19. Federal Health Care:$100 Answer • Which insurance program covers 99% of adults over 65 years of age as well as all totally and permanently disabled people? • a. Medicaid • b. Social security • c. Medicare • d. HMO BACK TO GAME

  20. Federal Health Care:$200 Question • What payment system was created to establish how much a hospital would be reimbursed for a particular patient? • a. Diagnosis-related groups • b. Managed-care health plans • c. Medicaid • d Portability of health insurance benefits ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  21. Federal Health Care:$200 Answer • What payment system was created to establish how much a hospital would be reimbursed for a particular patient? • a. Diagnosis-related groups • b. Managed-care health plans • c. Medicaid • d Portability of health insurance benefits BACK TO GAME

  22. Federal Health Care:$300 Question • Mary is a single parent on welfare. Her medical bills are paid by a federal health insurance program for the poor known as • a. social security. • b. medicaid. • c. medicare. • d. title 19. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  23. Federal Health Care:$300 Answer • Mary is a single parent on welfare. Her medical bills are paid by a federal health insurance program for the poor known as • a. social security. • b. medicaid. • c. medicare. • d. title 19. BACK TO GAME

  24. Federal Health Care:$400 Question • All of the following are true of Medicaid except: • a. It is a federal-state matching welfare program. • b. The state determines income eligibility. • c. It operates the same from state to state. • d. The state determines payments to providers. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  25. Federal Health Care:$400 Answer • All of the following are true of Medicaid except: • a. It is a federal-state matching welfare program. • b. The state determines income eligibility. • c. It operates the same from state to state. • d. The state determines payments to providers. BACK TO GAME

  26. Self-Care:$100 Question • An apparent cure or improved state of health brought about by a product that has no generally recognized therapeutic value is known as a(n) • a. concurrent effect. • b. phantom effect. • c. placebo effect. • d. attribution. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  27. Self-Care:$100 Answer • An apparent cure or improved state of health brought about by a product that has no generally recognized therapeutic value is known as a(n) • a. concurrent effect. • b. phantom effect. • c. placebo effect. • d. attribution. BACK TO GAME

  28. Self-Care:$200 Question • The common cold will improve with time, with or without treatment. This concept relates to • a. capitation. • b. spontaneous remission. • c. the holistic approach. • d. complementary and alternative medicine. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  29. Self-Care:$200 Answer • The common cold will improve with time, with or without treatment. This concept relates to • a. capitation. • b. spontaneous remission. • c. the holistic approach. • d. complementary and alternative medicine. BACK TO GAME

  30. Self-Care:$300 Question • Common forms of self-care include all of the following except: • a. Monthly breast examinations • b. Self-administered flu vaccinations • c. Using a home HIV test kit • d. Checking blood pressure ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  31. Self-Care:$300 Answer • Common forms of self-care include all of the following except: • a. Monthly breast examinations • b. Self-administered flu vaccinations • c. Using a home HIV test kit • d. Checking blood pressure BACK TO GAME

  32. Self-Care:$400 Question • Which of the following would not necessitate consulting a physician? • a. Recurrent diarrhea • b. Adverse reaction to an insect bite • c. Unexplained weight loss • d. A sore throat ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  33. Self-Care:$400 Answer • Which of the following would not necessitate consulting a physician? • a. Recurrent diarrhea • b. Adverse reaction to an insect bite • c. Unexplained weight loss • d. A sore throat BACK TO GAME

  34. FINAL ROUND Question • The percentage of a medical bill one must pay throughout the course of treatment is called the • a. deductible. • b. coinsurance. • c. copayment. • d. point of service. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  35. FINAL ROUND Answer • The percentage of a medical bill one must pay throughout the course of treatment is called the • a. deductible. • b. coinsurance. • c. copayment. • d. point of service. BACK TO GAME