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1) ___________is a term used a bed-patient in a hospital.
2) An injury prevents a worker from performing one or more of the regular functions of his job would be known as a ______.
partial disability
3) _________ is a patient receiving ambulatory care at a hospital without being admitted as a bed-patient.
4) __________ is a payment the insured must pay before policy benefits begin.
5) ______ is a payment made periodically to keep an insurance policy in effect.
6) ________ is an insurance designed to offset medical expenses resulting from catasrophic or prolonged illness.
major medical
7) ____ are the benefits in the form of cash payments rather than service.
8) In a _______ insurance, greater coverage of disease or an accident, and greater indemnity payment is required in comparison to a limited clause.
9) _____ is a rider added to a policy to provide additional benefits for certain conditions.
dread disease rider
10) When a patient has health insurance, the percentage of covered services that is the responsibility of the patient to pay is known as______.
11) An a organization known as FICA provides for______.
social security
12) The insurance program that covers needy and low imcome people is_____.
13) _____ is a health care program for people age 65 and older under social security.
15) ________ is a civilian health and medical program for the uniform services.
16)______ is a type of insurance paid by the employer providing cash benefits to workers injured or disable in the course of employment.
Worker's Compensation
17) ___ is a predetermined amount of money that the insured must pay each year before the insurance company will pay for an illness or injury.
18) _____ is a type of insurance whereby the insured pays a specific amount per unit of service and the insurer pays the rest of the cost.
19) ____ is meant to safeguard the unsured from receiving a duplicate payment for losses under more than one insurance policy.
coordination of benefits
20) _____ prevents an insured person from performing one or more of the functions of his routine job due to an illness or injury.
partial disabilty
21) _______ is a previous injury, disease or physical condition that existed before the health insurance policy began.
preexisting condition
22) ___ is the sum of money provided in an insurance policy, payable for the covered services.
23) ___ is a person that represents the insured or the carrier in a claim.
24) ____ is the person who is enrolled in a group insurance plan.
25) ____ is a representative of an insurance company who solicits or initiates contracts of insurance and services for the policy holder.
insurance agent
26) ____ is the form used as the Employees Withholding Exemtion Certificate.
27)___ is a period of time in which a notice of claim or proof of loss must be filled.
time limit
28) _____ is an unplanned and unexpected event that could cause injury.
29) ___ are the amounts purchased on credit and owed to creditors.
accounts payable
30) ___ is a method of charging whereby a physician presents a bill for each service rendered.
fee-for- service
31) ___ is a providing doctor who agrees to accept an insurance company's pre-established fee as the maximum amount to be collected.
partcipating physician
32) ____ is a number issued by the IRS to meadical groups or solo practices for income tax.
federal tax ID number
33) ___ is a formal agreement by which a patient assigns another party to receive payment from a third party for the services the patient has received.
34) ___ represents an instrument reflecting the details of sales or purchase transactions.
35) ____ is the payment for hospital charges incurred by an insured person because of injury or illness.
hospital benefits
36) Patient accounts having a zero balance are referred to as______.
closed accounts
37) ____ is a payment request under an insurance contractor bond.
38) ___ assigns a Social Security Number that each employee must obtain.
Federal Goverment
39) _____ is referred to as a record of debits, credits, and balance.
patient's ledger
40) ___  is the time period after the beginning of an insurance policy for which no benefits are payable.
elimination period
41) _____ is the term used for cash, furniture, and equipment.
42) _____ represents the fiscal year for Tri-Care.
Oct 1 to Sept 30
43) ____ is a form used for an Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return.
44) ____ is an interval of time after a payment is due to the insurance company in which the policy holder may make payments, while the policy still remains in effect.
grace period
45) E/M codes are located in the ____ manual.
46) Which of the following is NOT needed when taking a routine phone message.
diver license
47) ____ is meant when the term "user friendly" is referred in computers.
easy operability
48) The ___ form is used by non-institutional provider and suppliers to bill Medicare, Part B covered services.
49) ____ is a form to itemize deposits made to savings or checking accounts.
deposit slip
50) _____ represents a system whereby large quantities of data can be accessed, searched, sorted, and arranged very repidly by computers.
database management
51) is a transference of words into numbers so computers can be used in claims processing.
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