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Priority Setting Quiz!

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Antonio Boone presented a quiz in the style of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" at the April 2017 meeting of the Positive Committee. The quiz was intended to help the committee review the priority setting process, which is currently underway.

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Priority Setting Quiz!

  1. 1. What is priority setting?What is priority setting? A. Something given or meriting attention before competing alternatives B.B. The process used by a planning council toThe process used by a planning council to prioritize service categories, to ensureprioritize service categories, to ensure consistency with locally identified needs,consistency with locally identified needs, and to address how best to meet eachand to address how best to meet each priority.priority. C. A position of superior status D. Rules to help councils run smoothly and fairly
  2. 2. What is priority setting?What is priority setting? A. Something given or meriting attention before competing alternatives B.B. The process used by a planning council toThe process used by a planning council to prioritize service categories, to ensureprioritize service categories, to ensure consistency with locally identified needs,consistency with locally identified needs, and to address how best to meet eachand to address how best to meet each priority.priority. C. A position of superior status D. Rules to help councils run smoothly and fairly
  3. 3. Which committee hosts the priority setting meeting? A. Comprehensive Planning Committee B. Positive Committee C. Finance Committee D. Points of Integration Committee
  4. 4. Which committee hosts the priority setting meeting? A. Comprehensive Planning Committee B. Positive Committee C. Finance Committee D. Points of Integration Committee
  5. 5. Who is invited to the priority setting meetings? A. Consumers B. Providers C. Open to the public D. All of the above
  6. 6. Who is invited to the priority setting meetings? A. Consumers B. Providers C. Open to the public D. All of the above
  7. 7. What is discussed at the priority setting meeting? A. Deciding which HIV/AIDS services are the most needed and important in the EMA B. Finances C. Funding of service providers D. Prevention and care strategies
  8. 8. What is discussed at the priority setting meeting? A. Deciding which HIV/AIDS services are the most needed and important in the EMA B. Finances C. Funding of service providers D. Prevention and care strategies
  9. 9. What kind of information is given out at the meeting? A. Epidemiological profile of the EMA B. Service utilization data C. Needs assessment data D. All of the above
  10. 10. What kind of information is given out at the meeting? A. Epidemiological profile of the EMA B. Service utilization data C. Needs assessment data D. All of the above

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