Health law is a broad and dynamic field that encompasses health care delivery and the health care industry. Test your knowledge about health care trends and regulations in the U.S. with our short quiz.
  1. A 2009 survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), found what percentage of people in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 64 to be uninsured?
  2. What does HIPAA stand for?
  3. According to a 2009 NCHS survey, what percentage of U.S. physicians reported using electronic medical or health records to some extent in their practice?
  4. True or False: If present trends continue, by 2025 one in every four dollars in the U.S. economy will be spent on health care.
  5. How many people are projected to be 65 or older in the United States in the year 2030?
  6. In what year and under which president was Medicare established in the U.S.?
  7. Which of the following entities created the first private health insurance system in the United States?
  8. Which of the following disciplines does a Health Law J.D. curriculum typically include?
  9. Which state implemented the first smoking ban in the United States covering most public places?
  10. In what year was the first federal food and drug act passed by Congress?

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