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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
The fixed payment plan offers subscribers (members):


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Question 2.
Of the following, which one is NOT a type of Managed Care Organization (MCO)?


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Question 3.
Which of the following statements is TRUE concerning Medicare and Medicaid?


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Question 4.
Hospitals receive a preset sum for treatment of an illness category, regardless of the actual number of "bed days" of care used by the patient.


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Question 5.
A specialty board seeks to:


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Question 6.
A type of managed care plan is available in which a range of health care services are available to plan members for a predetermined fee. This predetermined fee is known as:


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Question 7.
PPOs differ from HMOs in that PPOs:


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Question 8.
In the 1960s, state legislatures passed laws allowing professionals to incorporate. This type of medical practice is then run by a board of directors.


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Question 9.
A new managed care concept that is a combination of HMO and PPO concepts.


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Question 10.
A type of solo practice where a physician may employ another physician and pay them a salary.


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