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attestation

A boiler-plate-type statement made in the context of a contract—e.g., “I hereby affirm that the information I have provided is true,” etc.—that may be found on a document, to which a person agrees by his or her signature.

attestation

Managed care A document signed by a physician, stating that he/she performed the diagnostic or therapeutic procedure on a Pt for which a bill is being submitted
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Based on the results of its compliance survey, Courion also found that reducing organizational risk is considered the top benefit of implementing compliance solutions (cited by 64 percent of respondents), followed by the ability to attest to users' IT access rights at 42 percent and improving accuracy and consistency of employee/customer data at 41 percent.
The Attest RRBI for EO monitoring system provides hospitals with a fast and accurate assessment of the EO sterilizer performance and sterilization effectiveness.
A member who does so impairs in dependence "in appearance" because the public likely would think he or she is too close to the client's business to perform attest services objectively and might also question a firm's independence when the member (or another professional from his or her firm) sub sequently audits the results of those decisions.
10 also eliminates the requirement in AT section 201, Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements, for the practitioner to obtain a written assertion in an agreed-upon-procedures attest engagement.
For members who lease property--other than an automobile--to or from an attest client, the committee proposes a significant revision.
04 101-2--Employment or association with attest clients.
After thoroughly researching the marketplace, we selected Attest and their GASP program to partner with," said Dan Drum, Hardcat managing director.
Several partners in a CPA firm serve clients in the same industry, both in attest and other capacities.
It represented a dramatic departure from rules several decades old that required, for example, that all partners in a firm be independent of all the firm's attest clients.
ATTEST is a verification methodology that extends the traditional means of functional simulations and significantly increases a designer's chance of having a first-pass success.
Because of the growing market demand for different kinds of attest services, it is the ASB's aim in releasing the statement to clarify and broaden the applicability of the attestation standards and to provide guidance on practice issues.
BSA entered into an exclusive partnership with Attest in January 2000 after using GASP for several years to conduct unannounced software audits.