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Reading Comprehension: Detail Questions

According to the passage, what is one possible solution to the problem of hospital readmissions?

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The passage states that insurance companies can give bonuses to hospitals which already have a low rate of readmissions. It does not state that insurance companies will pay hospitals in order to lower them.

Incorrect.

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The passage states that insurance companies can give bonuses to hospitals which have a low rate of readmissions, not those whose rate did not increase.

Incorrect.

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The passage states that insurance companies can give hospitals with higher readmittance statistics less money, not refuse to give them any money.

Incorrect.

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The passage tells us that insurance companies can decrease the amount of money they pay hospitals with high, not low, rates of readmissions.

Very good!

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The passage explicitly states that insurance companies can provide bonuses, or extra money, to a hospital whose readmittance rates are low.

Insurance companies can pay hospitals to make the rate of readmissions lower.
Insurance companies can give bonuses to hospitals which did not increase their rate of readmissions.
Insurance companies can withhold all payments from hospitals that have higher readmittance statistics.
Insurance companies can decrease the amount of money they pay hospitals with low rates of readmissions.
Insurance companies can pay extra to any hospital which has relatively low rates of readmission.