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case-by-case allocation You Answeredmicroallocation first-come, first-served allocation
*macroallocation -Correct answerThe answer can be found in Chapter 8, Section 8.1, The Moral Challenge of ResourceAllocation.Question 241 / 1 ptsAfter Sarah Murnaghan won her suit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the national organization responsible for organ transplant policydenied future requests from transplant subjects younger than 12. renegotiated the age limit of eligibility for all adult organ transplants.*renegotiated the age limit of eligibility for all adult lung transplants.-Correct answerCorrect!decided to allow expert review of any cases similar to Sarah’s. Question 251 / 1 ptsWhat did assessment researcher Avedis Donabedian conclude should be the ultimate consideration when measuring a patient’s quality of care?!
*the impact on a patient’s quality of life -Correct answerhow ethical the practitioners are the medical and technical advances used how much personal interaction occurred Question 261 / 1 ptsWhat does the Stark law prohibit?billing for services that were not rendered !*referring patients for reimbursable services in which the physician has a financial conflict of interest-Correct answersubmitting patients to medical tests that are not necessary initiating a qui tam action based on fraud or errorQuestion 271 / 1 ptsApproximately what percentage of its gross domestic product did the United States spend on health care in 2016?
2% 7%*17% -Correct answer32% Question 281 / 1 ptsThe Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute that has been introduced via the Affordable Care Act is financed by ________________.a percentage of employers’ health insurance contributions a percentage of employees’ health insurance premiums *fees from health insurers and health plan sponsors-Correct answer fees from health care organizations with more than 500 employeesQuestion 291 / 1 ptsAccording to the authors, why is it ironic that the United States spends so much money on health care?
Its citizens are not particularly concerned with health issues. It spends more money on warfare that results in injuries and death. Even with federal funding for research, many diseases have yet to be eradicated.!*Not all U.S. citizens have access to health care.-Correct answerQuestion 301 / 1 ptsWilliam Price, a retired accountant, realizes that his geriatrician submits fraudulent Medicaid claims. What can Price do about this that would provide some reward for Price?report the crime to the local FBI office !*bring a qui tamaction against the physician-Correct answersubmit a complaint to the American Medical Association bring a civil suit against the physician Quiz Score: 26out of 30Previous