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A registered nurse or physician’s assistant who assists primary care providers with preauthorization and referrals to health care services in the military treatment facility or civilian provider network is called a: A. health care finder. B. beneficiary service representative. C. nurse advisor. D. primary care manager.
Weegy: A registered nurse or physician’s assistant who assists primary care providers with preauthorization and referrals to health care services in the military treatment facility or civilian provider network is called a: health care finder. (More)
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All of the following would qualify an employee for workers’ compensation benefits except: A. injury received while performing a service required by the employer. B. diagnosis of injury made by a nurse or doctor. C. impairment due to an employment related condition, such as asbestosis or mercury poisoning. D. injury received while working within the scope of the job description.
Weegy: For me the answer is none of the above choices given because this is the workers exception of Benefits: What types of incidents are and are not covered by workers' compensation insurance? Workers' compensation insurance is even designed to cover [ injuries that result from employees' or employers' carelessness. The range of injuries and situations covered is broad, but there are limits. States can impose drug and alcohol testing on the injured employee, and can deny the employee workers' compensation benefits if such tests show the employee was under the influence at the time of the injury. Compensation may also be denied if the injuries were self-inflicted; where the employee was violating a law or company policy; and where the employee was not on the job at the time of the injury. and based on my research the compensation means, Workers' compensation insurance, often called "workers comp," is a state-mandated program consisting of payments required by law to be made to an employee who is injured or disabled in connection with work. The federal government does offer its own workers' compensation insurance for federal employees, but every individual state has its own workers' compensation insurance program. Be sure to check your own state's workers' compensation benefits laws by referring to the appropriate office in your state on the State Workers' Compensation official page of the U.S. Department of Labor's website. In most situations, injured employees receive workers' compensation insurance, no matter who was at fault for the injury. Because these workers comp benefits act as a type of insurance, they preclude the employee from suing his or her employer for the injuries covered. ] (More)
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