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Reading Comprehension: Detail Function Questions

The author of the passage most likely uses the word business to emphasize that

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The author uses the word business to refer to a specific aspect of hospitals' activities: that which is concerned with money.

Incorrect.

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The word business does not imply that hospitals' only aim is to make money, but that making money is needed to run a hospital.

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The second sentence of the third paragraph implies that medical programs were canceled due to lack of funds, which shows us that the business aspects have a profound effect on medical considerations.

Incorrect.

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We have no information to support this claim.

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This answer choice makes a faulty generalization. This passage deals with a specific issue, readmissions, and there is no indication that finances and medicine are always at odds.

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The second sentence of the third paragraph tells us that, in the case of readmissions, the business interests of the hospitals interfere with patient care.

hospitals treat patients in order to make money
the business aspects of hospitals have no effect on the medical aspects
the financial interests of hospitals are always opposite to the interests of medicine
hospitals are concerned with making money as well as providing patient care
the financial interests of hospitals are best served by providing the best possible care for patients