The delivery of quality, cost-effective healthcare is a primary goal of both group healthcare and workers' compensation programs. One difference between group healthcare and workers' compensation is that workers' compensation
The paragraph below contains two pairs of phrases enclosed in parentheses. Select the phrase in each pair that correctly completes the paragraph. The select the answer choice containing the two phrases you have selected.
Calvin Montrose, age 75, has difficulty performing basic self-care activities, such as bathing, dressing, and eating, without assistance. This information indicates that Mr. Montrose needs assistance with (activities of daily living / instrumental activities of daily living) that are used to measure his (functional status / health status).
Designing effective medical management programs for Medicare beneficiaries requires an understanding of the unique health needs of the Medicare population. One characteristic of Medicare beneficiaries is that they typically
Comparing the quality of managed Medicare programs with the quality of FFS Medicare programs is often difficult. Unlike FFS Medicare, managed Medicare programs
For this question, if answer choices (A) through (C) are all correct, select answer choice (D). Otherwise, select the one correct answer choice.
The QAPI (Quality Assessment Performance Improvement Program) is a Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) initiative designed to strengthen health plans' efforts to protect and improve the health and satisfaction of Medicare beneficiaries. QAPI quality assessment standards apply to