Hca 340 Week 4 Assignment 2016
Unformatted text preview: VV flung LEnIEr & Library Course Re- sou rces Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 31 minutes 14 out of 15 Score for this quiz: 14 out of 15 Submitted Jul 24 at 8:43pm This attempt took 31 minutes. Question 1 1 / 1 ”ts Fayol (1916), the concept of span of control was conceived as trying to identify the ideal number of people assigned to each supervisor. Although no one exact number can be specified, the literature regarding teams and groups suggests that the ideal size is between eight and ten employees. 0 True (9 False Answer Section 7.1 Question 2 1 / 1 pts Question 2 1 / 1 pts A healthcare organization sets standards during its planning process. Later, during the control process, management compares performance and outcomes to standards, makes corrections as needed, and rewards success. © True 0 False Answer Section 13-1 Question 3 1 / 1 pts The manager of a claims division has the authority to ask a person filling out a claim to an insurance provider to stop and help another employee having difficulty with a given patient's records. 6) True 0 False Answer Section 7.1 Question 4 1 / 1 Pts A vital part of Karen's job, as with any manager's job. is to make sure that department outcomes and department goals mesh with each other. In other words, tactical and operational controls are handled by the heads of each department. 0 False Answer Section 13-2 Question 5 0/ 1 ”ts The internal forces that create the need for change are those that originate in the organization‘s environment, including political, social, economic, and competitive drivers. Correct Answer) 0 False ﬁ Question 6 1 / 1 9‘5 Employee empowerment suggests that it is most efficient to have fewer supervisors oversee more workers. © True 0 False Answer Section 7.1 Question 7 1 / 1 pts Decentralization means less decision-making at the top of an organization‘s hierarchy. © True 0 False Answer Section 7.1 Question 8 1 I 1 Pts Hospitals and clinics are typically subdivided into silos of independent activities (administrative, clinical, and support functions), even though one role of control management is eventually to achieve successful integration of all levels of goals and activities. 0 False Answer Section 13-1 Question 9 1 / 1 pts Women and men now attend medical school in largely equal numbers; however, women still are not considered an equal percentage of healthcare CEOs. 0 False Answer Section 9.1 Question 10 1 / 1 9‘5 Although in the past, males were steered toward physician jobs and females toward nursing jobs, modern nursing programs are actively recruiting men while medical schools not actively recruiting women. 0 True © False Answer Section 9.1 Question 11 1 / 1 Pts A false positive is an error that occurs when a person concludes that a thing or relationship exists when it actually does not. © True 0 False Answer Section 13-3 Question 12 1 / 1 pts can be modified to contain the various services provided by a healthcare organization O Departmentalization by Function © Departmentalization by Product 0 Departmentalization by Geographic Area 0 Departmentalization by Customer Ans: B Section 7-2 Question 13 1 / 1 9‘5 Strategic Human Resource Management is the formulation and execution of policies and practices that produce the employee competencies and behaviors an organization requires to achieve its strategic intentions 0 False Question 14 1 / 1 Pts In healthcare circumstances, various patient services are referred to as service lines. Two service lines are managed when an oncologist combines his/her practice with a cardiologist, who also operates a cardiac catheter center. O False Answer Section 7.2 Question 15 1 / 1 9‘5 An equity philosophy of compensation and benefits tries to make the payment system fair to all employees. 0 False Answer Section 9.2 ...
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The Stark Law The Stark Act is an amendment to the Social Security Act that eliminated physicians from make referrals to themselves, also known as self-referring (Stark Law 2008). Self-referring is the act of referring patients to one’s self or an entity that the physician may have a monetary or friendly connection with. The Stark Act also bans physicians from billing government insurances for all services that resort from self-referring. The act was designed for the purpose of keeping physicians honest and unbiased in delivering patient care. Services that are listed and covered under the Stark’s Act are clinical laboratory, physical and occupational therapy, radiology, radiation services, durable medical equipment, outpatient prescriptions, also inpatient/outpatient services. The Stark Law, although rather complex, and is largely due to the numerous amount of practices that lead to the abuse of self-referrals. Due to the complexity of the law a