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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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The official said that the scholars repeatedly approached the HEC for early attestation as their organisations were demanding verification of their degrees for official purposes.
In this case, he/she will select the mode of attestation through courier and will submit documents and fee with the courier company whose details are available on the portal.
On normal days, the attestation centres receive about 450 customers.
Une amende equivalente a 5 fois le montant de la taxe de circulation sera payee par les societes d'assurance et les interimaires d'assurance en cas d'octroi des attestations d'assurance sans l'obtention d'une copie du recue de payement.
would allow physicians to choose any 3-month quarter as their attestation period to qualify for incentive payments under Stage 2.
Legislation that would ease the attestation burden physicians must meet under Stage 2 of meaningful use has been reintroduced in Congress.
This attestation denies access to care for many Maryland residents, is costly to Maryland Medicare, and slows the ability of NPs to obtain positions in Maryland.
Some analyses of attestation data conclude that only a third of EHs demonstrated MU in 2014, but the number is much higher when we account for the fact that MU requires a step-wise journey through each stage.