BUSI 630 Quiz Measurements of Quality

BUSI 630 Quiz Measurements of Quality; Planning & Marketing

Covers the Textbook material from Module 5: Week 5.

  1. The attribute of care that takes into consideration the preferences, values, and cultural norms of individuals and communities is known as:
  2. This type of chart involves the plotting of data points measured over regular time intervals.
  3. Which of the following is the correct term for admissions to hospitals for acute or chronic conditions that, when adequately managed in outpatient settings, should not result in a hospital admission?
  4. True or False? The effects of latent errors typically appear rather quickly, whereas those of active errors can remain dormant for a long time.
  5. The purpose of this system is to encourage healthcare providers to assess and improve the quality of care for Medicare patients through online reporting and compliance with CMS’s standard of care.
  6. True or False? Severity of disease is related not only to the probability of death or disability but also to the level of pain and suffering.
  7. A negative health incident, outcome, or event that can be attributed to the actions or inactions of healthcare providers is known as a(n)
  8. Which of the following are severity or acuity scoring systems developed for ICU patients?
  9. This framework focuses on enhancing patient experience and satisfaction; improving the health status of a defined population; and reducing per capita healthcare costs.
  10. This program was implemented to improve quality of care by levying a financial penalty to hospitals for poor performance.
  11. True or False? Medical errors are usually the result of an act of omission or commission on the part of a healthcare professional.
  12. Which of the following are identified by The Join Commission as National Patient Safety Goals for 2016 for all U.S. hospitals?
  13. allow comparison of the level of deprivation in two or more geographic districts.
  14. This program was designed under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to reduce the burden of chronic diseases such as cancer, stroke, and heart disease.
  15. Research and data collection undertaken for the purpose of setting priorities and making resource allocation decisions is known as
  16. True or False? Priority setting for healthcare needs typically occurs in three stages.
  17. A community health assessment that takes into account the perspectives and opinions of those whose needs are being determined is called
  18. The __________________ is an online interactive web application developed by the CDC that can generate a comparative public health prole of any of the 3,143 counties in the United States with descriptive charts and graphs.
  19. Which of the following are commonly used forecasting method?
  20. Which of the following is a data set that allows researchers and policy makers in the United States insights into individuals’ access to health services and self-reported risk factors?
  21. The provisions of which act require all nonprofit U.S. hospitals to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment at least once every three years.
  22. True or False? There is an inverse correlation between the size of a population and the need for healthcare resources.
  23. For patients residing in the poorest communities in the United States in 2006, the most common reason for admission to the hospital was _____________.
  24. refers to a perceived (or scientifically demonstrated) healthcare need for which care is not provided.
  25. True or False? Demand refers to the expressed opinion of those in a community regarding how health problems should be solved.
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