Subject: International Healthcare Management

Section A – Choose the correct answer (10Q x 1M = 10 Marks)

  1. Which  country            has       the       highest per       capita expenditures on health care?
    1. Australia
    2. Japan
    3. Norway
    4. United States
  1. In the 1990s, the levels of health expenditure per capita per year of Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the  Congo,  Somalia  and  Southern Sudan were surprisingly similar. They fell  within one of the following ranges:
  2. Below 10 US$ per capita per year
  3. 10-20 US$
  4. 21-30 US$
  5. Above 30 US$
  1. Generally, managed care means
    1. health care is provided by teams, not by an individual doctor
    2. limits are placed on utilization of health care services
    3. health care is provided by the government to all citizens
    4. doctors pick which patients they want to see
  1. Disability insurance policies typically include a(n)
    1. coordination of benefits clause
    2. long term nursing care benefits
    3. lifetime coverage
    4. day one coverage
  1. The first step in the health planning cycle is:
    1. identifying problem
    2. community assessment
    3. community diagnosis
    4. setting priorities
  1. Which of the following is  not  an  important objective of development?
    1. increases in per capita income
    2. the expansion of available choices
    3. increases in individual and national self- esteem
    4. all of the above are important objectives of development
  1. The  Human  Development  Index   (HDI) summarizes a great deal of social performance in a single composite index, combining
    1. disparity reduction rate, human resource development rate and the composite index
    2. longevity, education and living standard
    3. minimum         schooling,        adult    literacy            and tertiary educational attainment
    4. human resource training,  development  and R and D
  1. Countries with  low  per-capita  income  are  more –––––––––– than in developed countries.
    1. promotion sensitive
    2. price sensitive
    3. need sensitive
    4. demand sensitive
  1. To apply for a patent, an inventor must:
    1. File an application at a patent office which must comply with formal and technical requirements
    2. Draft the full specification of the patent they seek, which cannot be later amended
    3. Demonstrate that their invention works
    4. State the date on which  the  invention  was first “reduced to practice”
  1. Design right
    1. Can protect designs only after articles have first been made to the design
    2. Applies to  the  individual  elements  of  a design
    3. Only protects the visible parts of designs
    4. Can arise however the design is created and regardless of whether or not any copyright arises

SECTION B (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

  1. (a)        Detail the global perspective of healthcare challenges.

Or

(b)        Explain the gap in healthcare delivery.

  1. (a)        Explain the study of socialized medicine.

Or

(b)        What is voluntary insurance? Explain.

  1. (a)        Brief the objectives of reforms in healthcare system.

Or

(b)        What is structural reform? Explain.

  1. (a)        Brief    the       transition         from    insurance         to managed care.

Or

(b)        Explain the significance of policy makers in healthcare system.

  1. (a)        Explain the structure of World Intellectual Property Organization.

Or

(b)        Detail the system of PCT.

SECTION B (5 x 8 = 40 marks)

  1. (a)        Explain the process of developing national health accounts.

Or

(b)        Brief healthcare financing in developing and developed nations.

  1. (a)        Discuss the components of managed care.

Or

(b)        Brief the concept of social insurance.

  1. (a)        Discuss            the       evolutionary    reform of Australian healthcare system.

Or

(b)        Brief the structural reform of New Zealand healthcare system.

  1. (a)        Compare and contrast our Indian healthcare system with any one other country.

Or

(b)        Explain the ways of handling threats and opportunities in healthcare delivery systems.

  1. (a)        Discuss            patent  cooperation     treaty   for procedure design.

Or

(b)        Detail  the       procedure        of         international registration of industrial design.

  • Safety and Risk Management
  1. Fire ________________ is based on the type of fuel used to feed a fire. 
    1. Detection 
    1. Classification 
    1. Prevention 
    1. Theory
  1. In India National Institute of Disaster Management is located at 
    1. Manipur 
    1. Punjab 
    1. Hyderabad 
    1. New Delhi
  1. Fire extinguishers have a short use period of about ______________. 
    1. 8-15 seconds 
    1. 1-2 minutes 
    1. 2-3 hours 
    1. 4-5 days 
  1. The most important problem involving radiation exposure of the public is: 
    1. radon 
    1. medical examinations 
    1. accidents in nuclear power plants 
    1. None of the above
  1. The first step in preparedness planning is: 
    1. Analysis of data collected 
    1. Determination of objectives 
    1. Development of implementing device 
    1. Determination of strategy
  1. Which artificial radiation source in the dental practice contributes most to the annual effective dose of the dentist? 
    1. direct radiation 
    1. scatter radiation 
    1. neither direct radiation nor scatter radiation 
    1. both direct radiation and scatter radiation
  1. From the options below, which of them is not a vulnerability to information security? 

(a) Flood 

(b) Without deleting data, disposal of storage media 

(c) Unchanged default password 

(d) Latest patches and updates not done

  1. Lack of access control policy is a _______________. 
    1. Bug  
    1. Threat 
    1. Vulnerability
    1. Attack
  1. Security budget is a plan of action expressed in  ––––––––––––– 
    1. Financial terms 
    1. Non-financial terms 
    1. Both 
    1. Subjective matter
  1. A guard checking IDs at the gate of an installation is a good example of what type of security? 
    1. Security-in-depth
    1. Prevention 
    1. Point security
    1. Area security

SECTION B (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

  1. (a) Explain the principles of mass.

Or 

(b) Detail the content of disaster drill.

      12. (a) Discuss the elements of fire.

Or 

(b) Detail the precautionary measures for needle stick injury.

      13. (a) What is radiation protection? Explain.

Or 

(b) Explain radiation therapy.

      14. (a) Draw an organization chart for security department of a hospital.

Or 

(b) Mention the need of training for hospital security personnel.

      15. (a) Explain the need of central security control room.

Or 

(b) Mention the objectives of security budgeting.

SECTION B (5 x 8 = 40 marks)

      16. (a) Explain disaster manual with illustration.

Or 

(b) Discuss the organization for medical relief.

      17. (a) Explain the hazards associated with furnishing material.

Or 

(b) Write brief notes on bedding materials hazards.

      18. (a) Draw and explain the layout of x-ray room.

Or 

(b) Detail the guidelines for obtaining registration/license for operation of diagnostic x-ray equipment.

      19. (a) Explain the threats and vulnerabilities of hospitals.

Or 

(b) Detail security technology.

      20. (a) Mention the procedure to control visitors of hospital.

Or 

(b) Explain the process of security audit.

Subject: Consumer Behaviour

1. U1Scope of studying consumer behavior helps to understand __________.
A.Demand ForecastingB.Human Behaviour
C.Internet Protocol (IP)D.All the above
2. U1The study of group memberships, family and social class on consumer behavior is
A.PsychologyB.Sociology
C.Social psychologyD.Cultural Anthropology
3. U2The study helps to explore the development of core believes, values and customs that individuals inherit from their grandparents ____________.
A.PsychologyB.Sociology
C.Social psychologyD.Cultural Anthropology
4. U3The degree of involvement has a very significant effect on consumer behavior
A.TrueB.False
5. U1—————-is the dimension of social responsibilitythat involves principlesand standardsthat define acceptable conduct in marketing
A.Marketing BehaviourB.Marketing Ethics
C.Marketing MixD.All the above
6._______________ are the major consumer learning theories.
A.Behaviour learningB.Cognitive learning
C.None of the aboveD.All the above
7._____________ are the elements of learning theory.
A.motivationB.ques
C.responseD.all the above
8.The process by which individuals acquire the purchase and consumption knowledge and experience that they apply to future related behavior
A.Behaviour learningB.Cognitive learning
C.Consumer LearningD.All the above
9.Pepsi and Coke have strategically placed and associated their products with all the above Unconditioned Stimuli like heat, sports, etc repeatedly.
A.TrueB.False
10.A stimulus is paired with another stimulus that elicits a known response that serves to produce the same response when used alone  
A.Classical conditioningB.Operant conditioning
C.Behavioural learningD.All the above

SECTION B (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

11.a) Define the scope of consumer behavior

                                    Or

     b) Discuss about the ethics involved in marketing

12.a) Elaborate the process of consumer research

                                    Or

     b) Brief about consumer motivation and its type.

13.a) Write a brief note on consumer learning.

                                    Or

     b) Discuss about consumer attitude.

14.a) Brief about life style profile of consumer classes.

                                    Or

     b) What is social class consumer behavior.

15.a) List out the types of consumer decision making.

                                    Or

     b) Brief about consumer decision making.

SECTION C (5 x 8 = 40 marks)

16.a) Elaborate about customer value satisfaction.

                                    Or

     b) List out the disciplines of consumer behavior.

17.a) Describe the paradigms of consumer research.

                                    Or

     b) What is measurement of motives.

18.a) Explain behavioral learning theory and its type.

                                    Or

     b) Define the measures of consumer learning.

19.a) Explain about cross cultural consumer behavior.

                                    Or

     b) Define the strategies of cross cultural consumer behavior.

20.a) Explain about opinion leadership.

                                    Or

     b) Describe about consumer decision making model.

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