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  Health Care USA- Understanding Its Organization and Delivery- 8th Edition by Harry A. Sultz -Kristina M. Young-test bank

 

 

Multiple Choice

 

 

 

  1. The technological and clinical advances that allow many surgical procedures to be safely performed on an ambulatory basis had what corollary effect on hospitals?

 

  1. New joint-business relationships with physicians rapidly developed
  2. Physicians became competitors with hospitals for the same lines of business
  3. Hospitals sold their ambulatory services to physician groups
  4. Hospital outpatient service volume and revenues increased

 

Ans.: B

Page: 165

 

 

 

  1. The primary organizational mode of medical care in the United States, in terms of volume of services delivered, is:

 

  1. hospital ambulatory clinics
  2. private practice physicians’ offices
  3. community-based clinics run by voluntary agencies
  4. government-operated health clinics.

 

Ans.:  B

Page:  167

 

 

 

  1. Which of the following is not a principle of a patient-centered medical home practice?

 

  1. providing for all of a patient’s health care needs or appropriately arranging care with other qualified professionals.
  2. The personal physician leads a team of individuals in the practice who take responsibility for the ongoing care of patients.
  3. Care is coordinated and integrated across all elements of the delivery system (subspecialty, hospital, home, nursing home), facilitated by electronic record registries
  4. Appointment systems adhere to strictly enforced, advance scheduling.

 

Ans.:  D

Page:  174

 

 

 

  1. In today’s hospitals, outpatient clinics frequently provide:

 

  1. care for those without private physicians
  2. teaching sites for medical residents
  3. primary-care services organized similarly to private physician offices
  4. all of the above

 

Ans.:  D

Page:  179

 

 

 

  1. A significant advance in the provision of hospital emergency department services occurred with the introduction of:

 

  1. physician assistants
  2. board-certified emergency medicine physicians
  3. MRI diagnostic equipment
  4. electronic health records

 

Ans.: B

Page:  185

 

 

 

  1. “Urgent Care” is best described as care:

 

  1. provided on a walk-in, extended hour basis for acute illness and injury that is either beyond the scope of or availability of a primary care practice or retail clinic
  2. providing a service alternative to crowded emergency departments
  3. that does not require the services of a physician
  4. for fast treatment of easy-to-diagnose conditions

 

Ans.: A

Page: 186

 

 

 

  1. The predominant services of local public health departments today are:

 

  1. specialty services for high-risk pregnant women
  2. school-based pediatric medical care
  3. chronic disease screening
  4. child and adult immunizations

 

Ans.: D

Page: 197

 

 

 

  1. The primary owners of community-based ambulatory surgical centers are:

 

  1. hospital corporations
  2. shareholders of publicly-traded companies
  3. physicians
  4. physician specialty societies

 

Ans.:  C

Page: 191

 

 

 

  1. In addition to providing primary and preventive care, federally qualified community health centers also:

 

  1. provide leadership for housing renewal in inner-cities.
  2. offer a broad array of high-tech, medical specialty services
  3. help patients link with other supportive programs and services such as welfare, Medicaid, the Women, Infants and Children supplemental nutrition program (WIC) and the Child Health Insurance Program.
  4. advocate politically for health insurance for low-income individuals.

 

Ans.: C

Page:  193