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youre reveiwing reimbursement for a medicare surgical craniotomy case. the case falls into DRG1, which has a relative weight of 3.0970 and a geometrice mean length of stay of 6.3. the hospitals current standard reimbursement rate is $1500. calculate the DRG reimbursement for this case.

You are asking for such detailed technical information that I'm amazed you have not found it in your text materials. No one here has access to those materials, so you'll need to go back through the texts to find your answers. The questions sound as if you are supposed to take several situations into account and draw YOUR conclusions about how to resolve each problem.
Taking online courses, if that's what you're doing, requires even MORE industry and BETTER academic skills than taking courses in normal classrooms does  primarily because you don't have a real, live teacher to ask questions of.
You should also work on your reading and writing skills (spelling, punctuation, capitalization) to improve your likelihood of gaining employment in this field eventually.
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