Jeopardy AMERICAN HEALTH CARE Questions
Collection of crowd sourced questions and answers for the Jeopardy game.
Hey career seekers--one estimate says that as baby boomers age the U.S. will need 371000 more registered these in 2028 than in 2018View Answer
It's the E in EMTALA a 1986 federal law that says a hospital must treat patients with serious conditions who can't payView Answer
(Hi I'm Jimmy Kimmel and...) in speaking out on health care one thing I'm passionate about is prohibiting insurance companies from refusing coverage based on this type of condition as per the Affordable Care Act Part 1 Subpart 1 Section 2704View Answer
This children's research hospital in Memphis has a 94% cure rate of acute lymphocytic leukemiaView Answer
These 2 colorful health insurance plans 1 from Texas & 1 from the northwest began to unify in the 1940sView Answer