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California Coast HCA 200 Unit 3 Exam US Health Care Systems

Question 1. John breaks his hip and must be hospitalized for hip repair surgery. This is an example of __________ care. a. primary b. acute c. secondary d. tertiary 2. One advantage of an LLP is __________. a. financial obligation limits b. ease of construction c. independence d. simplicity 3. Ambulatory care can be provided in which of the following setting? a. home health agency b. hospice c. physician’s office d. EMS office 4. Acute care is described by all of the following except: a. routine hospitalization and surgery. b. implies a level of urgency. c. the patient needs access to health care services immediately. d. based on the seriousness, the patient may be admitted to the hospital. 5. Uses of the health information record include all of the following except: a. data for research activities. b. information for patient care. c. data for public health monitoring. d. data for fixing prices of care delivery with area physicians. 6. Institutional policy is set by the __________. a. state and federal regulation b. governing board c. administration d. medical staff 7. ADLs are _________. a. assessment of daily living b. assessment delivery location c. activities of daily living d. alternative delivery location 8. The two impairments most likely to result in the need for residential long-term care are _____. a. bathing and eating b. transferring and bathing c. continence control and transferring d. eating and continence control 9. Of the group over age 85 that requires assistance, __________ are in nursing homes. a. greater than 15% but less than 20% b. greater than 10% but less than 15% c. less than 5% d. greater than 5% and less than 10% 10. The most prevalent reason for home health care visits is __________. a. chronic illness b. injury c. cardiovascular illness d. cancer 11. Medicaid will cover LTC payment in which situation? a. The individual has turned 65. b. The individual is disabled. c. The individual qualifies for LTC and meets Medicaid’s income test. d. The individual did not qualify for LTC insurance. 12. All of the following are categories of nursing home care except: a. SNF. b. ADF. c. ECF. d. ICF. 13. Asylums are indicative of which mental illness treatment period? a. modern era b. mid-twentieth century c. current era d. moral era 14. A diagnosis of mental illness is determined _________. a. solely through measurable parameters b. solely through functional ability c. through a combination of objective and subjective data d. through response to prior treatment 15. This medical disorder involves the body, mood, and thoughts. a. Alzheimer’s b. Schizophrenia c. Depression d. Anxiety disorder 16. Hallucinations are characteristic of __________. a. schizophrenia b. anxiety disorders c. Alzheimer’s d. depression 17. Hyperventilation and tachycardia often accompany __________ disorder. a. panic b. generalized anxiety c. posttraumatic stress d. obsessive-compulsive 18. The State Care Acts __________. a. centralized financial responsibility for the care of individuals with mental illness in every state government b. called for an expansion of neuropathology in mental hospitals c. called for bringing mental health services to the public in their communities d. were a federally funded effort to discover to what extent consumer-operated programs as an adjunct to traditional mental health services are effective in improving the outcomes of people with serious mental illness 19. The Act for the Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen __________. a. established the Massachusetts public health agency b. required the quarantine of sailors with a contagious disease c. provided funds for the Report of the Sanitary Commission of Massachusetts d. taxed the salaries of sailors 20. Epidemiology is __________. a. the study of the history of a disease b. determining if there is more or less of a disease than in the past c. the continuous search for and documentation of disease d. the study of skin diseases and disorders 21. Monitoring is __________. a. the study of the history of a disease b. determining if there is more or less of a disease than in the past c. the study of skin diseases and disorders d. the continuous search for and documentation of disease 22. 100 new cases of cardiovascular disease is a(n) ___________ measure. a. mortality b. incidence c. prevalence d. risks 23. 20 people died from cardiovascular disease this year, making it a(n) ___________ measure. a. mortality b. incidence c. prevalence d. risks 24. The principal agency responsible for protecting the nation’s health is the ___________. a. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention b. Food and Drug Administration c. Department of Health and Human Services d. Health Resources and Services Administration 25. This agency provides health care for 25% of Americans. a. Department of Health and Human Services b. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services c. Health Resources and Services Administration d. Food and Drug Administration

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