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Question;? Question 12 out of 2 pointsWhat is a formal legal entity that reaches across the panorama of medicine, other clinical disciplines and business to identify and deliver care to its community?? Question 22 out of 2 pointsGovernment approval to perform specified activities is called:? Question 30 out of 2 pointsAgreed-on methods for each task in the care process is the definition of:? Question 40 out of 2 pointsPediatrics, obstetrics, psychiatry and rehabilitation are examples of which component of a healthcare organization?? Question 52 out of 2 pointsA unit within an HCO that relies on another unit for service is considered a:? Question 62 out of 2 pointsWhat are individuals or groups that have a direct interest in an organization?s success?Answer? Question 72 out of 2 pointsPhysicians in family practice, midwives and nurse practitioners are examples of providers who provide initial contact with a patient. These are called:? Question 80 out of 2 pointsWhat type of hospital is excluded from counts of community hospitals?? Question 90 out of 2 pointsThe ultimate source of stakeholders? power is the marketplace where influence is exercised through:? Question 100 out of 2 pointsWhat type of provider manages broad categories of hospitalized patients?? Question 110 out of 2 pointsWhich teams within a healthcare organization protect the HCO?s culture and tangible resources?? Question 122 out of 2 pointsWhat are healthcare organizations that operate multiple service units under a single ownership?? Question 130 out of 2 pointsWhat is a state-issued approval for new services and construction of hospitals?.? Question 140 out of 2 pointsWhich moral concept behind an HCOs mission, vision and values is defined as a commitment to the patient?s right to decide his or her own course?? Question 150 out of 2 pointsThe focus of strategic activities is:quiz 2? Question 10 out of 2 pointsWhat agent of the HCO?s governing board holds the formal accountability for the entire organization?Answer? Question 20 out of 2 pointsOne purpose of cultural leadership is to sustain an environment where all associates are:Answer? Question 32 out of 2 pointsHaving requisite abilities that result in effective action and superior job performance is the definition of:Answer? Question 42 out of 2 pointsProviding training in job processes not only makes an associate more competent, but it also makes him or her more:Answer? Question 52 out of 2 pointsWHat is an example of collective leadership assessment activities?Answer? Question 62 out of 2 pointsAsking employment applicants to read and accept a HCO?s mission and values before turning in an application is an example of which approach to cultural leadership?Answer? Question 70 out of 2 pointsWhy implement a ?Caught in the Act? program?Answer? Question 80 out of 2 pointsWhat function of cultural leadership is represented by associate roles on process improvement teams?Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is an output-oriented measure of leadership function?Answer? Question 100 out of 2 pointsPromotion to any leadership position is based on demonstrated superiority in relevant subordinate positions and:Answer? Question 110 out of 2 pointsWhat is the purpose of a PIT?Answer? Question 120 out of 2 pointsWhat is the intent of a ?Caught in the Act? program?Answer? Question 132 out of 2 pointsThe biggest barriers to advancement in an HCO leadership career path may be:Answer? Question 140 out of 2 pointsAcross the disciplines of nursing management, public health and health-services management, competencies such as finance/business acumen, clinical knowledge and quality improvements are:Answer? Question 150 out of 2 pointsOf the following measures, which is an output-oriented measure of leadership function?Answer? Question 160 out of 2 pointsWhich leadership level provides the fact base for all goal-setting activities?Answer? Question 172 out of 2 pointsPerformance measures that reflect the processes they purport to measure are considered:Answer? Question 182 out of 2 pointsTo be successful, accountability must pass the test of control, which means:Answer? Question 190 out of 2 pointsWhat is the statistical analysis and forecast of the community?s health needs?Answer? Question 200 out of 2 pointsWhat is a source of quality-of-care measures?Answer? Question 210 out of 2 pointsOne criterion for all knowledge, whether electronically or conventionally distributed is protection. This means that:Answer? Question 220 out of 2 pointsWhat are performance measures for the responsive communication function?Answer? Question 230 out of 2 pointsLooking up clinical procedures or coaching a new manager are examples of what type of training?Answer? Question 242 out of 2 pointsWhat is the purpose of operational leadership?Answer? Question 250 out of 2 pointsMonitoring stakeholder groups to identify changes in needs and desires is an activity attributable to which function that sustains operational infrastructure?Answer? Question 260 out of 2 pointsConflicts can be anticipated in any process improvement team progress. How are they best handled?Answer? Question 272 out of 2 pointsWhat is a reporting and communication system that links each operating unit to the governing board, usually by grouping similar centers together under middle management?Answer? Question 280 out of 2 pointsWhich is a requirement of boundary spanning?Answer? Question 290 out of 2 pointsWhat type of data are commonly obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau?Answer? Question 300 out of 2 pointsWhat element is mistakenly cited as a requirement for the transition to evidence-based management, but in actuality is not a requirement?Answerquiz 3 10 out of 2 pointsWhat is the proper goal for measurement of patient safety violations?Answer? Question 20 out of 2 pointsWhat board membership qualification serves to enhance the credibility of the individual?Answer? Question 32 out of 2 pointsA real or potential personal financial benefit that may accrue from a given board decision is called:Answer? Question 40 out of 2 pointsWhat committee manages the board?s self-evaluation and resolves issues of conflict of interest?Answer? Question 50 out of 2 pointsWhich is an alternative approach to improving the profile of opportunities reflected in an environmental assessment?Answer? Question 62 out of 2 pointsAn HCO?s strategic foundation is defined by ongoing sets of specific decisions that must be a timely response to stakeholders? changing needs. How is a successful decision measured?Answer? Question 70 out of 2 pointsMost HCOs have self-perpetuating boards which means:Answer? Question 82 out of 2 pointsWhich is a model of a specific strategy or function that guides the design, operations and goal setting of an HCO?Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsA review of management compensation and incentives, evaluation of the competencies of management, identification of individual improvement opportunities and plans for skill enhancement are part of which plan?Answer? Question 102 out of 2 pointsIncentive compensation should be based on:Answer? Question 110 out of 2 pointsWhat is used to identify immediate financial needs?Answer? Question 120 out of 2 pointsWhich type of question is used in strategic scenarios dealing with insurers?Answer? Question 130 out of 2 pointsWho proposes corporate strategies, financial and long-term plans and annual goals?Answer? Question 140 out of 2 pointsWhich stakeholders gain importance under the resource distribution perspective of governance?Answer? Question 150 out of 2 pointsNaming a member of the richest family in town to the HCO?s board of directors is an example of which perspective of governance?Answer? Question 162 out of 2 pointsProcedures that explain how to carry out elements of care describe which type of protocol?Answer? Question 170 out of 2 pointsThe guideline development process which consists of reviewing and revising published guidelines has the advantage of:Answer? Question 180 out of 2 pointsWhat would be an example of an HCO?s patient-centered contribution to excellent health care?Answer? Question 192 out of 2 pointsFormally established expectations that define the normal steps in the care of a clinically related group of patients describe which type of protocol?Answer? Question 200 out of 2 pointsWhy would an HCO advertise its core values?Answer? Question 210 out of 2 pointsSystematically developed statements that assist practitioner and patient decisions about appropriate healthcare for specific clinical circumstances are called:Answer? Question 222 out of 2 pointsWhat is the first purpose of clinical care in a community HCO?Answer? Question 230 out of 2 pointsWhat type of process systematically employs a trial and error mechanism that recognizes uncertainty?Answer? Question 242 out of 2 pointsWhat guideline design shows the sequencing and conditional relationships of each step?Answer? Question 250 out of 2 pointsWhat is an advantage of a formal affiliation with a larger health care center over individual patient referrals to specialists?Answer? Question 260 out of 2 pointsWhat are expectations for the care of an individual patient based on an assessment of individual needs?Answer? Question 270 out of 2 pointsWhat are unique guideline comparisons that cover similar topics and highlight areas of similarity and differences?Answer? Question 280 out of 2 pointsAn example of what an HCO must do to improve clinical performance is:Answer? Question 290 out of 2 pointsWhat is an example of what an HCO must do to improve community health?Answer? Question 300 out of 2 pointsWhat makes recording patient information faster and more complete, and includes safeguards to improve accuracy?Answerquiz 4? Question 10 out of 2 pointsUsing the community epidemiologic planning equation #1, for CSSs drawing directly from the community, what does the population figure forecast?Answer? Question 20 out of 2 pointsResponsive listening by senior management that includes CSSs should result in what benefit for CSS associates?AnswerCorrect Answer:? Question 32 out of 2 pointsMarket share is a measure of which operational dimension for the CSS?Answer? Question 42 out of 2 pointsHematology, radiography, wound care, physical therapy and social services are examples of:Answer? Question 52 out of 2 pointsWho defends the needs of the CSS?Answer? Question 62 out of 2 pointsWhat proposals are for new or replacement capital equipment or major revisions of service?Answer? Question 72 out of 2 pointsThe best possibility for formal CSS affiliation would be:Answer? Question 80 out of 2 pointsPatient management protocols control effectiveness because they specify when CSSs are required, optional or not recommended, thus allow the HCO to measure:Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsWhat budget process role would an HCO manager responsible for the CSS be expected to do?Answer? Question 100 out of 2 pointsWhat is one tactic that can be used to improve CSS performance?Answer? Question 110 out of 2 pointsCaregiver reliance on CSS expertise when questions arise about individual patients is an example of what kind of assistance provided by the CSS?Answer? Question 122 out of 2 pointsWhat is the purpose of clinical support service?Answer? Question 130 out of 2 pointsIn which type of contractual arrangement with a CSS would the HCO own and operate the facility with professional guidance provided by contract with physician corporations?Answer? Question 140 out of 2 pointsJustification for capital investment should be based on:Answer? Question 150 out of 2 pointsWhat is a measure of CSS quality?Answerquiz 5? Question 12 out of 2 pointsWhat is a good indicator of unmet demand?Answer? Question 22 out of 2 pointsWhat do the strategic performance measures used in community health strategies emphasize?Answer? Question 32 out of 2 pointsWhy should a needs assessment be done comprehensively?Answer? Question 40 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is an example of a prevention site that provides continuing care?Answer? Question 52 out of 2 pointsWhat is a diverse set of clinical events that includes critical primary, secondary and tertiary preventive care as well as more routine support for minor illness and trauma?Answer? Question 60 out of 2 pointsWhat is used as the measure of success for many primary prevention programs?Answer? Question 72 out of 2 pointsWhich is an example of the secondary prevention level used in the early stage identification of disease?Answer? Question 82 out of 2 pointsConducting ongoing reviews of community health performance is an example of which function that implements a community health mission?Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsData for the quality assessment of patient care at nursing homes, home health agencies, hospitals and kidney dialysis facilities are drawn from:Answer? Question 100 out of 2 pointsBuilding stakeholder consensus around the implications of expanded mission is an example of which function that implements a community health mission?Answer? Question 112 out of 2 pointsThe most effective community advocacy groups have been:Answer? Question 122 out of 2 pointsWhich level of disease prevention is most cost effective?Answer? Question 132 out of 2 pointsHealth information from which source is virtually always public?Answer? Question 140 out of 2 pointsThe community health concept is cost effective only if:Answer? Question 150 out of 2 pointsHow are individual community health programs measured to provide evidence for supporting their existence?Answerquiz 6? Question 12 out of 2 pointsWhy is the establishment of standard definitions necessary?Answer? Question 20 out of 2 pointsWhy would an archive of performance data be used?Answer? Question 32 out of 2 pointsWhat is the statistical technique that uses specification to remove variation caused by differences in the relative size of subset populations?Answer? Question 42 out of 2 pointsSince infant birth weight is affected by socioeconomic characteristics, to make month-to-month comparisons of low birth rate baby counts more reliable:Answer? Question 50 out of 2 pointsWhich step in the knowledge management planning process would come before the others?Answer? Question 62 out of 2 pointsWhat is the purpose of knowledge management?Answer? Question 72 out of 2 pointsSystem attacks are a measure of which KM function?Answer? Question 80 out of 2 pointsWho should periodically audit the security function of a KM unit?Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsWhat is a statistical analysis that identifies values for a measure by defined subsets of a population to measure the extent to which the values change across the sets?Answer? Question 100 out of 2 pointsPreventing the inference about individuals based on aggregate data can be prevented by:Answer? Question 110 out of 2 pointsWhich is an example of assistance from outside contractors?Answer? Question 120 out of 2 pointsWhose duty is it to convince others of the power of information and encourage them to use it effectively?Answer? Question 130 out of 2 pointsWhat is an outdated computer software or system that lacks the features found in more current versions?Answer? Question 140 out of 2 pointsThe growth of telemedicine promoted the increased use of what communication media?Answer? Question 150 out of 2 points?Is the price what is billed or what is collected?? is an example of:Answer? Question 162 out of 2 pointsEducation and training, licensure and experience requirements are part of which recruitment activity?Answer? Question 172 out of 2 pointsWhat can force an HCO to make an involuntary reduction in its workforce?Answer? Question 180 out of 2 pointsWhat program?s purpose is to retain customer loyalty in situations where the organization has failed?Answer? Question 192 out of 2 pointsWhat is offered to persons being involuntarily terminated through reductions in the workforce?Answer? Question 202 out of 2 pointsWhich employee service has been shown to reduce absenteeism?Answer? Question 210 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is an example of the workforce development function of HRM?Answer? Question 220 out of 2 pointsIn leadership development, which associates are offered extra learning opportunities through special assignments, expanded mentoring and committee involvement?Answer? Question 232 out of 2 pointsHealth-risk screening, smoking cessation and nutritional/exercise programs are examples of what common workforce maintenance program?Answer? Question 240 out of 2 pointsWhich protocol for recruitment and selection controls the size of the associate force and protects against improper employment?Answer? Question 252 out of 2 pointsHow often should a workforce plan be updated?Answer? Question 262 out of 2 pointsEvidence from other fields suggests that employee loyalty is important to sustain:Answer? Question 272 out of 2 pointsWhich core file of HRM knowledge management provides tax and employment data aggregated for descriptions?Answer? Question 280 out of 2 pointsWho is responsible for ensuring that contract workers have been hired according to federal regulations?Answer? Question 292 out of 2 pointsWhat legislation mandates workers? compensation for injury?Answer? Question 300 out of 2 pointsThe purpose of human resources management is to increase the contribution of the human resource to the HCO?s mission by:Answerquiz 7 Question 12 out of 2 pointsWhat is an example of the enhanced environmental management function of environment-of-care services?Answer? Question 22 out of 2 pointsWhat program protects persons and property from fire hazards?Answer? Question 32 out of 2 pointsWhat is the purpose of environment-of-care management?Answer? Question 42 out of 2 pointsWhat program keeps a record of adverse or unexpected events obtained from associate reports, security reports, notes made during rounds and responsive listening?Answer? Question 52 out of 2 pointsWhat is a characteristic of high quality security services?Answer? Question 62 out of 2 pointsWhat is a method of sorting patients according to needs for various levels of resources?Answer:? Question 72 out of 2 pointsHow does a facility attain the goal of having patients, visitors and staff perceive the environment positively or neutrally?Answer? Question 80 out of 2 pointsSecurity guards, parking, signage and cafeteria services are part of which function of environment-of-care services?Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsWho manages the acquisition, maintenance and replacement of equipment such as magnetic resonance imaging machines and ultrasounds?Answer? Question 100 out of 2 pointsFour basic approaches to managing hazardous materials are to restrict exposure at the source, clean and remove hazardous substances, attend to anyone actually exposed to hazardous substances and:Answer? Question 110 out of 2 pointsWhen building or changing the use of space in a facility, what is a way to minimize costly change orders?Answer? Question 120 out of 2 pointsWho maintains a disaster-preparedness website that contains an analysis of needs in the first 48 hours after a terrorist attack?Answer? Question 132 out of 2 pointsWhat is the least expensive way of solving space needs?Answer? Question 142 out of 2 pointsWho is responsible for assigning space, permitting occupancy and controlling access to that space?Answer? Question 150 out of 2 pointsWhich program involves the inventory of potentially dangerous equipment?Answer? Question 160 out of 2 pointsWhat are entries to a patient ledger of charges for a specific healthcare service?Answer? Question 170 out of 2 pointsWhat is the purpose of the finance system?Answer? Question 180 out of 2 pointsWhat is the aggregate of accountability-center expenditure budgets plus the corporate revenue budget?Answer? Question 190 out of 2 pointsWhat is the record of all of a firm?s transactions, most often referring to fixed and collective assets that must be allocated to operational units?Answer? Question 200 out of 2 pointsWhat is the illegal practice called upcoding?Answer? Question 210 out of 2 pointsWhat is bad debt?Answer? Question 220 out of 2 pointsWhat is one objective of activity-based costing?Answer? Question 230 out of 2 pointsWhat budget deals with the expectation of future financial performance?Answer? Question 240 out of 2 pointsWhat would be the purpose of developing pricing strategy and supporting specific price negotiations?Answer? Question 250 out of 2 pointsWhich auditing activity ensures compliance with law and regulation?Answer? Question 260 out of 2 pointsWhich analysis is often used to forecast trends in demand or efficiency?Answer? Question 272 out of 2 pointsWhat is usually the greatest risk to physical assets such as cash, securities and receivables?Answer? Question 280 out of 2 pointsWhat is a process of restructuring transaction data to support monitoring, planning, setting expectations and improving the performance of accountability centers?Answer? Question 290 out of 2 pointsWhat benchmarks can be applied to long-term assets and liabilities?Answer? Question 302 out of 2 pointsIncome from investments in securities would be an example of what type of revenue?Answerquiz 8What is a government-issued permission to proceed with capital investment required by many states?Answer? Question 20 out of 2 pointsThe count of user requests from a log of assignments is an example of operational performance measures for which dimension of internal consulting?Answer? Question 30 out of 2 pointsWhich is a function of internal consulting support of improvement projects?Answer? Question 42 out of 2 pointsAn examination of how groups differ in performance characteristics is called:Answer? Question 50 out of 2 pointsHow can external causes of variation be identified?Answer? Question 60 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is an example of the evaluation of technical proficiency?Answer? Question 70 out of 2 pointsWhat is the most critical role of internal consulting?Answer? Question 80 out of 2 pointsOnce operating units develop OFI proposals, what is the first step in the programmatic capital review process?Answer? Question 90 out of 2 pointsA method of identifying significant changes in measures subject to random variation is called:Answer? Question 100 out of 2 pointsWhat function of internal consulting involves the refinement of data to remove extraneous variation?Answer? Question 110 out of 2 pointsThe OHRP definition of quality improvement activities includes activities conducted by institutions whose purposes are limited to implementing a practice to improve the quality of patient care and:Answer? Question 120 out of 2 pointsWhat type of analysis studies the impact of alternative forecasts, usually developing most favorable, expected and least favorable scenarios to show the robustness of a proposal?Answer? Question 130 out of 2 pointsWhich is an example of an operational performance measure of productivity?Answer? Question 140 out of 2 pointsWhat is an advantage of internal consulting as a clearinghouse?Answer? Question 150 out of 2 pointsWhich question is designed to monitor the performance of an internal consulting team?Answer

 

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