Cognitive Disability Essay

303 words - 2 pages

Rochelle Powell

March 28, 2016

Chapter 16 Assignment

Part I Fill in the Blank

1. Disability Income Insurance

2. Double indemnity

3. Residual or Partial Disability

4. Waive of premium

5. Yes, because he has not made any payments toward the premium

6. SSDI and SSI

7. Physician treating the pt, Consultative examiner, or full or part time medical or psychologic consultant

8. within one year of ...view middle of the document...

52 weeks

12. After the seventh day of disability/Hawaii and Puerto Rico after the first day, other states after the 7th

13. Yes, if 15 days have elapsed
14. Yes, benefits become payable after 7th day of disability

15. Yes
16. California, Hawaii, New Jersey, Rhode Island

17. No, Betty herself must be ill to receive benefits
18. No, he must be ill more than a week to qualify
19. No, she will receive benefits only if she was ill for more than a week

20. Yes, as long as he has meet his quarterly amount that the state requires, he is eligible
21. Yes, because at the time of the interview he is still sick
22. Yes, because he might become ill, whether the strike was on or not
23. No, because he is retired and has no state disability insurance

24. The 28 weeks
25. Employer's records, Employee's wage statements and/or tax forms, Medical records of attending physician
26. 1year old

27. Physicians may bill VA outpatient clinic, or pt may pay physician and get reimbursed by the VA by following the back of his VA instructions

Part II Multiple Choice

28. A
29. C
30. D
31. A
32. B

Part III True or False

33. False

34. True

35. True

36. False

37. True

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