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How does means testing help make healthcare affordable?
a) means testing = subsidies go to ppl who really need it = more $ spent on poor ppl = their cost go up = manageable b) means testing = subsidies go to ppl who really need it = more $ spent on poor ppl = their cost go down = manageable c) means testing = subsidies go to ppl who really need it = more $ spent on rich ppl = their cost go down = manageable d)
Select ALL measures to keep healthcare affordable in Singapore
a) Medisave/medishield, Medifund, Substitute, means testing, restructuring b) Medisave/medishield, Medifund, Subsidies, means testing, Schools c) Medisave/medishield, Medifund, Subsidies, means testing, restructuring of hospitals d) Medisave/medishield, Medifund, Subsidies, beauty testing, restructuring
What is means-testing?
a) Subsidies go to people who are really poor and need it. Rich people can't stay in small wards. b) Subsidies go to rich people only. c) Subsidies go to people who are really rich. Rich people can stay in small wards. d) Subsidies go to people who are really poor and need it. Rich people stay in big wards.
How does community help manage healthcare costs?
a) rock stars will dance for you and you will donate. the money will go to the sick people. b) They will donate money to you when you're sick so cost is managed c) community support = singaporeans donate = use $ to help Singaporeans when savings + subsidies run out = medical cost manageab d)
What are some examples of Government support for healthcare?
a) Subsidies, Medifund, Means-testing b) Subsidies, Medisave, Means-testing c) Subsidies, Medisave d) Government doesn't help at all.
How does community help support healthcare?
a) by setting up Mendaki and Sinda b) by setting up Community hospitals and charitable organizations c) They donate money to sick people d)
How does individual approach help reduce healthcare cost?
a) individual have healthy habits = wont fall sick = wont need medical care = less medical cost. b) individual have healthy habits = wont fall sick = wont need medical care = more medical cost medical cost. c) individual have bad habits = fall sick often = less medical cost. d)
What is the individual approach to healthcare in Singapore?
a) Stay healthy OR buy Insurance b) Eat more fast food and wait for government to help you when you're sick c) Stay healthy (exercise, diet, quit bad habits) AND buy Insurance d) Stay healthy (exercise, diet) and don't trust insurance people
How do subsidies ensure that healthcare cost is manageable?
a) subsidies = Singaporeans will get free healthcare = healthcare cost becomes lower = more manageable b) subsidies = government pay everything = no healthcare cost = more manageable c) subsidies = singaporeans esp poorer ones get more $ from govt to pay = healthcare cost becomes lower = more manageable d)
Government subsidies ensure that....
a) basic healthcare services are given to all singaporeans. more subsidies given to people in smaller wards. b) basic healthcare services are given to all singaporeans. less subsidies given to people in smaller wards. c) basic healthcare services are given to anyone who is injured. less subsidies given to people in smaller wards. d) basic healthcare services are given to only mothers. less subsidies given to people in smaller wards.
How does medisave/medishield help manage rising healthcare costs?
a) Medisave helps people stay healthy so healthcare cost remains low. b) Since Singaporeans have to pay, they will take care of themselves = fall sick less often + Govt help pay = low costs c) Medisave will provide for a nurse that will take care of Singaporeans = fall sick less often + Govt help pay = low costs d) Since Singaporeans have to pay, they will take care of themselves = low costs
What is medifund?
a) Money set aside by the Government for every citizen and used to pay for hospital bills and medical treatment b) Funds set aside by Government to help any Singaporeans who are married. c) I don't know. d) Funds set aside by Government to help needy Singaporeans who can't pay for their medical expenses.
What is Medishield?
a) A compulsory savings scheme under CPF and used to pay for hospital bills and medical treatment b) National healthcare insurance scheme. People use Medisave to pay for medishield. Used to pay for long-term treatment of serio c) It is free money provided by the Government when you're really sick. d) National healthcare insurance scheme. Used to pay for plastic surgeries.
What is Singapore's approach to Healthcare?
a) Government only b) Individual, Government and Community c) Government and Employer d) Parents and Government
What is Medisave?
a) Money set aside by the Government for every citizen and used to pay for hospital bills and medical treatment b) A compulsory savings scheme under CPF and used to pay for HDB flats c) A compulsory savings scheme under CPF and used to pay for hospital bills and medical treatment d) Money set aside by your parents for every child and used to pay for hospital bills and medical treatment
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