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Introduction to Health Care in a Flash An Interactive Flash Card Approach by Turner RN CMA (AAMA) MA – Test Bank

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Introduction to Health Care in a Flash An Interactive Flash Card Approach by Turner RN CMA (AAMA) MA – Test Bank

Chapter 9: Role of Government Agencies in Healthcare

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____ 1. Which insurance company started in Dallas at Baylor Hospital during the Great Depression to help bridge the gap of rising healthcare costs and Americans’ decreasing ability to pay for medical services?
A. Blue Cross
B. Blue Shield
C. Medicare
D. Champus

____ 2. How did insurance companies guarantee they would make a profit?
A. By charging high fees
B. By choosing which patients and which treatments they would insure
C. By covering only the basic medical care
D. By increasing their rates frequently

____ 3. In the early days of insurance, what did the government offer to employers for supplying healthcare benefits to employees?
A. Free office space
B. Subsidized employees
C. Matching funds
D. Tax breaks

____ 4. Which of the following organizations started out as nonprofits in an attempt to control healthcare costs, but eventually evolved into for-profit organizations?
A. PPOs
B. HMOs
C. Tricare
D. BCBS

____ 5. Someone who purchases an insurance policy is the:
A. Dependent
B. Payer
C. Subscriber
D. Benefiter

____ 6. An insurance plan that is partially funded by an employer is a(n):
A. Group policy
B. Individual policy
C. Employer policy
D. Subscribed policy

____ 7. The yearly preset amount before the insurance company pays their portion is the:
A. Premium
B. Deductible
C. Copay
D. Coinsurance

____ 8. The federal agency that administers Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP is:
A. CLIA
B. CMS
C. DOJ
D. OSHA

____ 9. The government program that provides health insurance for citizens age 65 and older, those younger than 65 with certain disabilities, and all citizens with end-stage renal disease requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant is:
A. Medicaid
B. Tricare
C. Champus
D. Medicare

____ 10. The government program managed independently by each state to provide health care and medications for low-income families that meet certain criteria is:
A. Medicaid
B. Tricare
C. Champus
D. Medicare

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