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For AHIMA Health Care Delivery Systems course: Chapter 2
|True or False: Ambulatory care is defined as the preventive and/or corrective health care provided in a practitioner's office, clinic, freestanding diagnostic or surgical center, or a hospital on an outpatient basis.
|True or False: Long-term care is provided by skilled nursing facilities, nursing homes, and rehabilitation hospitals.
|What programs offer a wide range of health and social services to elderly persons during the daytime hours?
|Adult day care programs
|True or False: Insurance coverage for behavioral health care has always lagged behind coverage for other medical care.
|What centers provide diagnostic and therapeutic care for patients with minor illnesses and injuries?
|Urgent care centers
|A specialist, usually through referral from a primary care physician, provides what classification of care?
|True or False: Nurse practitioners and physician assistants are considered non-physician primary care providers.
|True or False: There are primary care providers who are not physicians.
|This is a system set up to provide the appropriate level of medical treatments and social services at the appropriate time and in the appropriate place.
|Continuum of care
|Health promotion, disease prevention, health maintenance, counseling, patient education, diagnosis, and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses in a variety of healthcare settings are components of which classification of care?
|What does AIHA stand for?
|American International Health Alliance
|Which healthcare delivery systems attempt to manage cost and quality by implementing various forms of financial incentives for providers, promoting healthy lifestyles, identifying risk factors and illnesses early in the disease process, and providing patient education?
|True or False: A group practice model HMO contracts with a medical group that provides services on a fee-for-service or capitation basis.
|True or False: A point-of-service (POS) healthcare insurance plan is one in which members choose how to receive services at the time they need the services.
|True or False: The staff model HMO provides hospitalization and physicians' services through its own staff and owns its own facility; its physicians are employees of the HMO and are paid on salary or on a capitated basis.
|Medicare Part C is also known as_______.
|True or False: The role of computers in healthcare organizations has changed rapidly.
|The new law impacting how providers are reimbursed was signed into law on April 16, 2015. It provides financial incentives with a focus on quality at reasonable costs. Which is this law?
|The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act.
|True or False: The automation of routine healthcare processes, such as monitoring blood sugar levels and administering drugs, is a key component of telehealth.
|IHE stands for _______.
|Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
|_______ refers to those services provided in free-standing facilities that are not owned by or affiliated with a hospital.
|Community-based ambulatory care
|True or False: Hospice care is provided mainly in the home to the terminally ill and their families.
|The official definition of _______ is the provision of integrated, accessible healthcare services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal healthcare needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community.
|True or False: AHA is not one of the organizations that is a part of the joint collaboration for EHR Collaborative.
|What does HIM stand for?
|Health Information Management
|What does EHR stand for?
|Electronic Health Record