FinalQuiz3_Key - Pam 435 U.S Health Care System Prof Battistella Quiz#2 Name Net ID 10 Questions(2 points each = 20 points(Plus 1 bonus point

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Pam 435 – U.S. Health Care System Name: Prof. Battistella Quiz #2 Net ID: September 28, 2006 10 Questions (2 points each) = 20 points (Plus 1 bonus point possible). Good Luck! 1) Which of the following is not an argument made by optimists of medical technology? a. Alleviation of the problem of the medically underserved b. Improved quality of care c. Administrative payoffs through greater efficiency d. Increasing provider-induced demand 2) Competition for market share leads hospitals and providers to ________ medical technology, resulting in higher unit costs and poorer outcomes. a. Eliminate b. Duplicate c. Share d. All of the above 3) According to Mr. Alan Stoll, which of the following is not a reason why physicians would join group practice? a. Percentage of dollar going to overhead b. Better work-life balance c. Availability of management d. Ability to purchase expensive/modern equipment 4) Why would a patient prefer going to a group practice? a. Strong physician-patient relationship b. One-stop-shopping c. Lower costs to the patient d. None of the above 5)
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2008 for the course PAM 4350 taught by Professor Nicholson during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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FinalQuiz3_Key - Pam 435 U.S Health Care System Prof Battistella Quiz#2 Name Net ID 10 Questions(2 points each = 20 points(Plus 1 bonus point

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