Cost-benefit analysis of a childhood immunization program is straight-forward analysis because the costs of the drugs are well known and the benefits to individual children are easy to calculate.

  1. Not-for-profit hospitals differ from traditional corporations in that:
    a.
    b.
    c.
    d.
    e.

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Question 10

  1. A problem with Cost-Benefit Analysis is

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Question 11

  1. Health economists view all incentives as monetary in tracing the money trail in a medical decision.

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Question 12

  1. Cost-benefit analysis of a childhood immunization program is straight-forward analysis because the costs of the drugs are well known and the benefits to individual children are easy to calculate.

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Question 13

  1. Bill’s health insurance covers preventive and cosmetic dental services, including orthodontic care, for employees and their family members. Bill is willing to pay $30 per month for over the counter teeth whitening strips at the local pharmacy. With his co-pay, he learns he can pay $25 per month and receive professional teeth whitening services at his dentist. He chooses to go to the dentist for the service, which costs the insurance company $75 per month. This is an example of adverse selection.

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