HSM 340 Week 7 Quiz

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HSM 340 Week 7 Quiz

1.Question :(TCO 7) Coordination of benefits refers to:
Student Answer: a penalty assessed for going out of network.
 assessing payment responsibility when multiple payers exist.
 benefit plan list of covered services.
 vertical integration of health plans.
 2.Question :(TCO 7) A withhold is a feature for payment to health care provider that:
Student Answer: provides a mechanism for reducing risk to the payer.
 restricts covered services to beneficiaries.
 is used most frequently in indemnity health plans.
 none of the above.
 3.Question :(TCO 7) A medical group includes a provision in its contract with an HMO to receive larger PMPM payments if the HMO members are chronically ill. This type of provision is referred to as a:
Student Answer: Stop Loss
 Adverse Selection
 None of the above
 4.Question :(TCO 7) Suppose that AT&T had made an offer to acquire Merck Pharmaceuticals. Ignoring potential antitrust problems, this merger would be classified as a:
Student Answer: Cross-border merger
 Horizontal merger
 Conglomerate merger
 Vertical merger
 5.Question :(TCO 7) An HMO has a Point of Service (POS) option for its members, but will pay only 80 percent of approved charges. If a member goes out of network for a medical procedure with a charge of $2,000, of which $1,200 is approved, how much must the member pay?

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 6.Question :(TCO 7) An uninsured patient receives services with charges of $5,000 from a hospital. The hospital staff bills the patient $1,000 and records $4,000 as charity care. If the hospital’s ratio of cost to charges is 50%, what amount would the hospital recognize as charity care in Schedule H of IRS Form 990?
 7.Question :(TCO 7) Why is tax-exempt financing cited as a benefit received by not-for-profit healthcare providers?



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