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Eligibility Post Test


Thank-you for completing
Core Eligibility training!

Take a moment to review the answers to each test question below.

1.    Known as the “eligibility rule,” this directive provides the statutory authority for the HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Program eligibility requirements, process, and procedures.

a.    Chapter 815, Florida Statutes (FS)
b.    Rule 28-106.201, Florida Administrative Code (FAC)
c.    Rule 28-106.301, FAC
d.    Chapter 64D-4, FAC {See manual, Section 1, page 1}

2.    Which of the following federal HIV/AIDS patient care programs provides services not included under the eligibility rule authority?

a.    Ryan White Part A
b.    Ryan White Part C
c.    Ryan White Part D
d.    All of the above  {See manual, Section 1, page 2}

3.    ___________ is an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services that is the primary federal agency for improving access to health care services for uninsured, isolated, or medically vulnerable persons.

a.    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
b.    Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
c.    Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
d.    United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

4.    Department of Health form that authorizes use of client health information for the purposes of treatment, payment, and health care operations

a.    DH 3204, Initiation of Services  {See Section 2, page 2 & Attachment C}
b.    DH 3203, Authorization to Disclose Confidential Information
c.    DH 1120, Computer Use and Confidentiality Agreement
d.    None of the above

5.    Core eligibility requirements include:

a.    United States citizenship
b.    Proof of HIV
c.    Willingness to cooperate and provide truthful information
d.  b and c  {See Section 4, page 1}

6.    How often must the eligibility application/brochure be completed, signed by the client, and scanned into CAREWare?

a.    Once, at initial application  {See Section 5, page 2}
b.    Once every year
c.    At least every six months
d.    None of the above

7.    How often must eligibility re-determination be completed?

a.    Once every month
b.    Once every year
c.    At least every six months  {See Section 6, page 2}
d.    At least four times per year

8.    Which is not considered an acceptable type of lab test for establishing proof of HIV for Patient Care program eligibility?

a.    OraSure
b.    OraQuick  {See Section 7, page 1}
c.    Western Blot
d.    EIA confirmed by Western Blot

9.    This program assists clients with insurance co-payments, deductibles, and premiums, as needed and available.

a.    Medicaid Project AIDS Care (PAC) Waiver Program
b.    ADAP Premium Plus Insurance  {See Sections 9, page 8, & 10, page 2}
c.    Expanded Access Program (EAP)
d.    Prescription Discount Card Program

10.    Which of the following is a core medical service, as defined by HRSA?

a.    Medical transportation services
b.    Emergency financial assistance
c.    Health insurance premium and cost sharing assistance  {See Attachment A}
d.  Child care services