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MC101 - Quiz 2

 

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1)
In this lesson we reviewed the experiences of New Hampshire with managed care programs.
 
True False
 
2)
The only way to know if the new Managed Care program is 'working' is to
 
collect the right data.
obtain a Profit and Loss statement from the HMO.
get a report from the State Office staff who 'man the phones.'
 
3)
Designing and implementing a managed care plan 'too fast' is never a problem. A state can be successful simply by copying what the other states have done.
 
True False
 
4)
Most commercial HMOs' and BHOs' data and claims payment systems are well suited to the volume and type of services that public sector managed care plans (such as Medicaid) require.
 
True False
 
5)
Through experience we have learned that collecting voluminous data in a managed care plan is _________________ .
 
the best way to go
not the best way to go
a fun activity once you get into it
 
6)
This lesson expresses the belief that CD and MH providers, advocates and consumers should NOT ATTEMPT to be proactive when a new managed care plan is proposed, but rather should wait until it 'rolls out'.
 
True False
 
7)
Based upon information in this lesson, it is safe to assume that the State will have accurate historical data about how much services will cost and how many people will show up for services, when they put a new managed care contract out for bid.
 
True False
 
8)
This lesson expresses the opinion that to be most effective, State Office monitors need to _________________
 
stay at their desks to answer the phone.
get out into the field to see what is going on.
become providers for a week.
 

 

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