#7 Healthcare Systems and Health Policy. Chapter 28 1. Who is…

Question #7 Healthcare Systems and Health Policy. Chapter 28 1. Who is… #7 Healthcare Systems and Health Policy. Chapter 281. Who is eligible for Medicare/ Medicaid?2. Does Medicare Part A cover custodial Care? What is custodial care?3. Provide 3 examples preventative care covered by Medicare.4. What do Medicare Parts A, B, C & D cover?5. What is the penalty for retiring at age 62 in terms of collecting Social Security benefits?6. How does the Affordable Care Act assist those citizens without health insurance?PLEASE ANSWER THESE PRACTICE QUESTIONS:1. Which provisions are part of the Affordable Care Act? Select all that apply.a. Eliminate lifetime caps on coverageb. Free medications for Medicare recipientsc. Free preventive cared. Eliminate the ability of insurance companies to rescind coveragee. Low income patients may qualify for government subsidies to help purchase health insurance.2. Which of the following are the Triple Aim goals? Select all that apply.a. Establish unified health insurance systemb. Improve the patient experience of carec. Improve the health of populationsd. Reduce health care costs3. Which is not true regarding Social Security?a. Participation is mandatory through payroll taxes.b. All retirees obtain full benefits at age 65.c. Benefits are reduced if retirement occurs before full retirement age.d. Social Security has reduced the poverty rates of the elderly.4. The “out of pocket” model of heathcare leads toa. Longer wait times to see a physicianb. Greater choice of providersc. Poorer people being unable to access cared. Improved care outcomes5. Which of the following countries have national healthcare coverage? Select all that apply.a. Indiab. Japanc. Canadad. Englande. Germanyf. Mexico#8 Care Transitions chapter 28Care Transitions1. List two examples of communication between multidisciplinary team members.2. What is the major goal of care transitions?3. Why is medication reconciliation important in care transitions?4. List 4 possible members on a multidisciplinary team in an acute rehab center.5. List the 6 QSEN Quality & Safety Competencies for Nursing.PLEASE ANSWER THESE PRACTICE QUESTIONS:1. Which of the following are goals of care transitions? Select all that apply.a. Facilitate transfer to nursing homeb. Reduce rate of re-hospitalizationc. Ensure that patient and caregivers are aware of current medications & treatment plan so that safe, quality care is continued.d. Arrange follow-up by home health nurse2. Which factors are associated with higher risk during transition of care? Select all that apply.a. Cognitive dysfunctionb. Having several chronic illnessesc. Functional declined. Sensory impairmente. Lack of family caregiversf. Low income status3. Transitional care models often emphasizea. Referrals to therapistsb. Self-carec. Advanced directivesd. Coordination of insurance benefits4. The Better Outcomes for Older Adults Through Safe Transitions (BOOST) program providesa. Education & tools to support nurses in improving care transitionsb. Home visits for 2 weeks post-dischargec. Weekly phone calls to the patient to monitor statusd. Coordination with primary care physicians to arrange timely follow-up5. Which of the following is a 4-week intervention program designed to improve quality of care and contain costs for patients with complex care needs as they transition across care settings?a. BOOSTb. Transitional Care Model (TCM)c. Next Step in Cared. Eric Coleman’s Care Transitions Intervention (CTI#9 Palliative and End-of-life Care, 1. What are the signs of impending death?2. Explain the difference between palliative care and hospice care.3. Explain the purpose of a POLST document.4. Briefly describe Islam practices for caring for a patient’s body after death.5. List 3 interventions for the dying patient who has dyspnea.PLEASE ANSWER THESE PRACTICE QUESTIONS:1. You are caring for a hospice client who is at the end of life. Based on this client’s signs and symptoms, the client is comatose, dehydrated, free of pain, constipated, without distress and expected to die in a day or two. Which of the following is an appropriate client outcome or an appropriate intervention for this client?a. The client will be free of constipationb. The client will remain free of pain and distressc. The administration of an antiemetic to prevent vomiting and further dehydrationd. The administration of an enema to correct the constipation2. In describing the benefits of hospice to a dying older patient’s family, the nurse correctly states that hospice care may include:a. counseling servicesb. medical suppliesc. social servicesd. all of the above3. Using the Five Wishes with patients at end of life is beneficial because:a. it allows them to make their desires more specifically knownb. it tells their wishes for their family after deathc. it tells the five things that are most important to themd. none of the above4. If an older adult wishes to have another person make health care decisions in his behalf should he become unable to do so himself, he should appoint:a. living willb. health care representativec. durable power of attorney for healthcared. b or c5. Which statements are true regarding palliative care versus hospice care? Select all that apply.a. Palliative care focuses on symptom control and quality of life for patients with non-curable diseases.b. Hospice care is for patients with terminal diseases while palliative care is for patients who are clinically stable.c. Hospice care and palliative care are synonymous.d. Hospice care incorporates palliative care.  Health Science Science Nursing BSN C475 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)