10. A difficult aspect of determining occupational exposure to disease is the:a. Confidentiality of the information with company recordsb. Inaccuracy of occupational exposurec. Long latency period between exposure and disease reportingd. Reliance on worker’s recall11. In the following patients who is at most risk for invasive pneumococcal infection?12. Risks associated with chronic hepatitis B include all the following except:
13. How does health policy specifically influence health care practice in the US?14. What specific developments have primarily occurred because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?a. ACA has been appealed and no longer enactedb. Development of patient centered outcomes, use of comparative effectiveness research, quality payment structures that impact APN reimbursementc. Nothing has been changed by the ACA other than Medicaid Expansion and Affordable Health Cared. None of the Above15. The United States Protective and Safety Task Force determines specific screening requirements for age groups in the US – what agency houses the USPSTF?
16. The Affordable Care Act has directed the US Department of Health and Human Services and multiple agencies to develop and disseminate initiatives on meeting the care needs of patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC). What is the primary purpose for this national direction?
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