Question 21 A healthcare professional may be compensated in a number of ways, depending on where care is delivered, the nature of the patient’s insurance, and the type of institution where the professional works. Which of the following is not a currently accepted method of Not yet answered Points out of 1.00 compensation? Flag question Select one: O A. Time-basis fee, in which compensation is based exclusively on the amount of the time a healthcare professional spends with a patient OB. Fee-per-service, in which payment is made for each medical visit and procedure, but not for any additional time, such as counseling or prevention O C. A yearly charge per patient to provide increased access to a physician, with additional charges for additional care (typically, a practice that limits the number of patients per physician) O D. Episode of care, such as might be used for hospital care, in which compensation is based on a diagnosis, allowing a certain number of days of care per condition O E. A yearly salary with bonus payments for cost reductions and/or improved health outcomes in patients
https://writerbay.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/logo-300x86.png00Daniel Shawhttps://writerbay.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/logo-300x86.pngDaniel Shaw2020-10-23 07:46:262020-10-23 07:47:07A healthcare professional may be compensated in a number of ways, depending on where care is delivered, the nature of the patient's insurance, and the type of institution where the professional works.
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