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King Saud University                                                 Student Name:           

College of Applied Medical Sciences                         Number:

Department of Community Health

CHS 242 1st Midterm

 

Please check √ or x as appropriate.

Managed care emphasizes prospective payment.

/

DRG utilizes retrospective payment system.

X

Fee-for-service is a retrospective payment system.

/

Prospective payment system is now replacing the retrospective payment system.

/

A positive side of managed care is increased choice of health plan.

X

A down side of managed care is increase of out-of-pocket expenses for health care.

/

Managed care limits the access of members to care providers.

/

Managed care increase the freedom of choice.

X

Cost containment strategy usually increase access.

X

Cost containment strategy usually reduces quality of care.

/

Canada has a highly centralized organization and financing.

/

United States has a multi payer system.

/

United stated has universal access via a centralized system.

X

United Kingdom has a variable access with a multi payer system.

X

The US is the most expensive health care system.

/

The US is an example of high cost and poor outcome.

/

Access to primary health care reduces long term cost.

/

Financing of health care services is direct if the government owns health care facilities and employs health care professionals.

/

Financing of health care facilities is indirect if the government contracts for the provision of various health care services.

/

Restricted access limits the cost of health care.

X

The majority of health care services in the US are financed directly.

X

The UK is an example of a highly centralized system.

/

The degree of centralization is a major determinant of health outcomes.

X

The degree of access is a major determinant of health outcomes.

/

The UK is an example of high access to primary care but limited access to secondary and tertiary care.

/

Delisting is a method used in Canada to contain cost.

/

Delisting means removing critical items from the list of covered health care services.

X

Replacing hospital and community boards with regional boards is a method used in the UK to contain cost.

X

Hospital downsizing led to layoffs of many Canadian nurses.

/

Licensing of midwives was used in Canada to contain cost.

/

Increased supply of physicians reduces utilization of health care services.

X

In Sweden, ambulatory care and prescriptions are funded by employers through social insurance.

/

The majority of physicians in Sweden are privately employed.

X

Rapidly aging population is a problem faced by Sweden.

/

The greatest number of people in the UK is covered by sickness funds.

X

In Germany, inpatient care is provided by public, voluntary and proprietary hospitals.

/

Germany is characterized by more harmony between ambulatory care and hospital care than the UK.

/

In Germany, inequity between the sickness funds costs and premiums lead to large deficits.

X

In the UK, the NHS is funded through social insurance.

X

Under-funding is a major problem for the UK health system.     

/

King Saud University                                                 Student Name:           

College of Applied Medical Sciences                         Number:

Department of Community Health

CHS 242 1st Midterm

 

Please check √ or x as appropriate..

Restricted access limits the cost of health care.

X

The majority of health care services in the US are financed directly.

X

The UK is an example of a highly centralized system.

/

The degree of centralization is a major determinant of health outcomes.

X

The degree of access is a major determinant of health outcomes.

/

The UK is an example of high access to primary care but limited access to secondary and tertiary care.

/

Delisting is a method used in Canada to contain cost.

/

Delisting means removing critical items from the list of covered health care services.

X

Replacing hospital and community boards with regional boards is a method used in the UK to contain cost.

X

Hospital downsizing led to layoffs of many Canadian nurses.

/

Licensing of midwives was used in Canada to contain cost.

/

Increased supply of physicians reduces utilization of health care services.

X

In Sweden, ambulatory care and prescriptions are funded by employers through social insurance.

/

The majority of physicians in Sweden are privately employed.

X

Rapidly aging population is a problem faced by Sweden.

/

The greatest number of people in the UK is covered by sickness funds.

X

In Germany, inpatient care is provided by public, voluntary and proprietary hospitals.

/

Germany is characterized by more harmony between ambulatory care and hospital care than the UK.

X

In Germany, inequity between the sickness funds costs and premiums lead to large deficits.

/

In the UK, the NHS is funded through social insurance.

X

Under-funding is a major problem for the UK health system.     

/

Managed care emphasizes prospective payment.

/

DRG utilizes retrospective payment system.

X

Fee-for-service is a retrospective payment system.

/

Prospective payment system is now replacing the retrospective payment system.

/

A positive side of managed care is increased choice of health plan.

X

A down side of managed care is increase of out-of-pocket expenses for health care.

/

Managed care limits the access of members to care providers.

/

Managed care increase the freedom of choice.

X

Cost containment strategy usually increase access.

X

Cost containment strategy usually reduces quality of care.

/

Canada has a highly centralized organization and financing.

/

United States has a multi payer system.

/

United stated has universal access via a centralized system.

X

United Kingdom has a variable access with a multi payer system.

X

The US is the most expensive health care system.

/

The US is an example of high cost and poor outcome.

/

Access to primary health care reduces long term cost.

/

Financing of health care services is direct if the government owns health care facilities and employs health care professionals.

/

Financing of health care facilities is indirect if the government contracts for the provision of various health care services.

/

 

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