Read the following scenario and answer the following multiple-choice questions:
Joe is a care manager for the MFP ABI Waiver program. Wanda, a person recovering from brain injury, is in need of home staffing and a conservator. Joe does not provide Wanda with the official approved agency provider list of approximately 1400 agency providers. Instead, Joe selects 3 agency providers that promote their care management agency and in order to reduce their personal workload. What is Joe doing wrong, and what may happen as a result?
What is Joe's job title?
b. Agency Provider
c. Care Manager
d. Home Staffing Provider
What is Wanda in need of?
a. A conservator
b. Home staffing
c. A and B
d. None of the above
How many agency providers are on the official approved list?
d. None of the above
Why did Joe select 3 agency providers?
a. They were the cheapest option
b. They were the best option for Wanda
c. They promoted Joe's care management agency
d. A and C
What is the potential consequence of Joe not providing the official approved agency provider list?
a. Wanda may not receive the best care possible
b. Wanda may not receive any care at all
c. Joe may receive a bonus for reducing his workload
d. A and B
What should Joe have done instead of selecting the 3 agency providers?
a. Provided Wanda with the official approved agency provider list
b. Selected any 3 agency providers
c. Informed Wanda that she would need to find her own agency provider
d. None of the above
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