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authorization

The right or permission to use a system resource; the process of granting access. See access control.
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By offering multiple means for communication, all components of our network, from the largest hospital system to single physician offices can share the benefits of a streamlined referral and authorization process," said Bill Hagan, AmeriChoice senior vice president, information and technology.
The success of that system, and MEDecision's continuing support, enabled us to take the next step and streamline our analytics, authorizations, and transactions with IMM.
s 'BBB' senior unsecured debt rating following Tenet's announcement that it has received authorization from its board of directors for a 20 million share repurchase program.
Customized protocols and questions allow most referrals and authorizations to be reviewed in seconds, improving service to health plan members and physicians.
Authorizations also expire with the taxpayer's death (proof of death is required).
Furthermore, Swiss Post accepts notarized authorizations if they include the reception of mail.
Unfortunately, some consider authorizations derived from email addresses as a good-enough means to identify the message source, which is simply wrong and unfair.
Standard Health Care Transaction and Code Set: by standardizing data content, codes and electronic formats, all health plans will be required to accept these standard electronic claims, referral authorizations and other transactions.
For example, authorizations to use protected patient health information for routine purposes will frequently have to come from patient family members serving as a proxy for the patient.
The final rule provides guidance on Regulation E coverage of electronic check conversion transactions and computer-initiated bill payments; authorization of recurring debits from a consumer's account; telephone-initiated transfer; and other issues.
This new authorization clearly makes residential conversions more attractive and profitable.
To ensure that authorizations to release information are not limited by prior contractual agreements, law enforcement organizations should include specific language in release agreements making clear that the applicant consents to the release of that information.