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1. Write the letter of the correct response in front of each term. A. B. C. D. 1 2 5 6
Correct Outcome Correct Indicators Correct Outcomes research Correct Nursing outcomes

1. The result of care or end product 2. A valid and reliable measure 3. Analysis accounts for relevant individual differences in patient populations 4. A multidisciplinary process that uses process activities for improving outcomes 5. Examines improvements in functional status and quality of life 6. Determining the effect of different conditions to nurses and nursing care on the health status of patients.

research E. F. 3 4
Correct Risk adjustment Correct Outcomes management

2. Indicators are used as measures of all three of Donabedians aspects of quality structure, process, and outcomes. A. B.
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True

False

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3. Outcomes management provides relatively little data for internal use in health care organizations.
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A. B.

True
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False

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4. Outcomes management is defined as an interdisciplinary process designed to provide quality care, decrease fragmentation, and constrain costs. A. B.
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True

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5. The lack of documentation of effectiveness of client services and the variations in practice have triggered the demand for outcomes measurement. A. B. True
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6. Outcomes indicators can be classified into three categoriespatient-focused, provider-focused, and organization-focused. A. B.
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7. Outcomes are complex, interactive, and only occur at a single level, such as that of client or provider. A. B. True
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False

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8. Risk adjustment is aimed at improvements in functional status and quality of life. A. B. True
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False

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9. The goal of outcomes management is to educate health care providers on holistic health care. A. B. True
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False

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10. A current trend in health care is movement toward a pay for performance reimbursement system. A. B.
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True

False

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