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Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care 6th Edition by Arlene M. Adler – Test Bank

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Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care 6th Edition by Arlene M. Adler – Test Bank

Chapter 06: Radiology Administration
Adler: Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care, 6th Edition

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. The health care industry is a significant part of the U.S. economy. Hospitals, clinics, imaging centers, rehabilitation centers, and other institutions all make up a sizeable network of this country’s health care delivery system. The complexities of a hospital and all of its departments, professions, infrastructure and design can be likened to
a. communities within a community.
b. isolated enterprises that operate with complete independence.
c. simple businesses with a single product or service to offer its customers.
d. a family-run business with only a few employees.

ANS: A
The complexity of a hospital can be compared to that of a town or city in which people work together in mutually supportive functions.

REF: pp. 53-54

2. A document that guides a hospital as to its purpose and role in the community it serves is called a
a. constitution.
b. set of bylaws.
c. mission statement.
d. master plan.

ANS: C
The mission statement summarizes the hospital’s intent to provide service in terms of the intended recipients of service, the type of care or services, and the level of quality and cost expected. It is the defining and guiding force that outlines the reason for existence and its purpose.

REF: p. 54

3. A typical organizational structure of a hospital will have the hospital’s chief executive officer (CEO) or president reporting to the
a. chief financial officer (CFO).
b. board of directors.
c. city council.
d. medical staff chief.

ANS: B
The organizational chart of a hospital demonstrates how managers and employees carry out the functions within the institution in an organized and logical manner. Typically, the hospital CEO will report to a governing board of directors.

REF: p. 54

4. A formal document that outlines the departmental structure of a hospital by showing lines of authority, reporting structures, and the interrelationships of departments is a(n):
a. organizational chart.
b. PACS network diagram.
c. flowchart.
d. decision matrix.

ANS: A
The organizational chart of a hospital demonstrates how managers and employees carry out the functions within the institution in an organized and logical manner. In its basic definition, it demonstrates who reports to whom in the organization.

REF: pp. 54-56

5. All of the physicians practicing medicine within a hospital comprise the hospital’s
a. board of trustees.
b. continuous quality improvement (CQI) group.
c. regulatory council.
d. medical staff.

ANS: D
The medical staff is the formal organized structure of physicians within a hospital with authorized privileges, bylaws, elected officers, committees, and organized activities.

REF: p. 54

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