Health Economics and Policy Study Set 1

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Quiz 10 :

The Hospital Services Market

Quiz 10 :

The Hospital Services Market

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The dominant factor affecting medical care delivery and finance in the 1980s was
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This study was the catalyst for the early 20th century reform of medical education in the United States. What was it?
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D

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Consolidation activity in the hospital industry
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The predominate organizational form for U.S. hospitals is not-for-profit. Why?
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Horizontal integration allows firms to do all of the following except
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In the 19th century hospitals had notorious reputations-questionable places to visit, risky places to stay. What advances changed all this?
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The dominant factor affecting medical care delivery and finance in the 1990s was
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Economies of scale exist when
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Using the physician-control model to explain hospital behavior leads to which of the following conclusions?
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Which of the following statements is true concerning the trend in hospital care between in-patient and out-patient services since the mid-1980s?
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The merger of two community hospitals located in the same geographic market is called
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The dominant factor affecting medical care delivery and finance in the 1960s was
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Congressional studies report that Medicare payments fall 11 percent below the cost of treating patients while private insurance patients pay 29 percent more than cost. This phenomenon is called
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