Hospitals are classified in a number of different ways. For example, the Veterans Administration (VA) hospitals are classified as which type of hospital?
this is 14 multiple choices questions. you will have just to answer the questions
The governing body of a hospital is also referred to as the board of trustees, bard of directors, or board of governors. As you see from Chapter 3, this organizations entity bears ultimate responsibility for all decisions made within the hospital. From Exhibit 3-1, all of the following represent the primary functions of the Board of Trustees EXCEPT:
Serve as a liaison to community served by the hospital to assist in the public’s understanding of the mission of the hospital.
Prepare the hospital’s financial statements (monthly) and the annual budget.
Interview, appoint, and sometimes discharge the chief executive officer (CEO).
Approve spending for major capital equipment, approve all hospital contracts, approve all insurance products.
Examples of a Specialty Hospital include “heart hospitals” and others that focus only on “surgical care” or “orthopedics” (per Dr. Thorn) Your textbook states that one major drawback of a Specialty Hospital, which is frequently proprietary (for-profit) and physician-owned, is:
physician referral issues.
increased cost of care.
all the above.
All of the following are functions of the Chief Executive Office (CEO), EXCEPT:
Negotiates contracts with 3rd-party payers who pay the patients’ bills
Acts in partnership with the board of trustees, hospital’s physicians, and with other healthcare personnel in the institution
communicates: keep employees informed about the critical role their services play in the strategic plan of the hospital
Approves all additions and changes to the medical staff roster and to medical staff bylaws and standards.