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Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP

written by: mattbeckwith
 
How much do you know about these United States health plans?

Question 1:


In the US, to qualify for Medicare benefits, you must meet be which of the following?
Be over 65 OR be disabled OR getting dialysis OR have ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
Be over 70 OR have MS (multiple sclerosis) OR be blind OR have ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
Be over 60 OR be disabled OR getting dialysis OR have ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
Be over 60 OR have MS (multiple sclerosis) OR be blind OR have ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)

Question 2:


In the US, Medicare Part B is primarily coverage for which of the following?
Hospital admissions
Dialysis
Medications
Non-hospital services

Question 3:


Who administers the US health program Medicaid, and who funds Medicaid?
Medicaid is administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and jointly funded by the Federal Government and the state governments.
Medicaid is administered by each state government, and is funded by the federal government.
Medicaid is administered by each state government, and is jointly funded by the federal government and the state governments.
Medicaid is administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and funded by the state governments.

Question 4:


Which of the following 4 people is most likely to be eligible for the US health program Medicaid?
A 25-year-old single woman who is pregnant and unemployed
A 25-year-old self-employed woman with 5 children
A 25-year-old single man who is unemployed
A 25-year-old self-employed married man with 5 children

Question 5:


The State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) was primarily designed to do what?
Provide health insurance to disabled children
Provide health insurance to children who do not qualify for Medicaid
Provide health insurance to older children
Provide additional health insurance to children who are receiving Medicaid

Question 6:


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) used to be known as what?
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Medicare
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
The Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA)

Question 7:


With regard to Medicare Part D, what is the "donut hole"?
The donut hole is the coverage gap for patients between Medicaid age and Medicare age.
The donut hole is the coverage gap during which the patient is responsible for all drug costs.
The donut hole is the coverage gap for patients who eat donuts.
The donut hole is the loss of health insurance to patients whose diets are unhealthy.

Question 8:


In the US, all Medicare Part A participants pay a premium for the service.
False
True

Question 9:


In the US, all Medicare Part B participants pay a monthly premium for the service.
False
True

Question 10:


A US citizen can qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid at the same time.
True
False

 


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