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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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Ellmers had legislation ready to move earlier this year to shorten the attestation period in 2015 for Stage 2 to 90 days from the full year.
Our experience guiding Advisory Board members with their attestations shows that providers do best when they are able to choose from more than one reporting period.
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Electronic attestation is made possible through KHDA's online schools system, which allows schools to apply through their desktops, laptops or smartphones.
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JEDDAH: The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) will soon introduce an electronic system for attestation, according to Muhiyuddin Hakami, director of the information technology at the JCCI.
10, 2006, the components will provide the P & E Policy Office with an attestation as to the accuracy of the information in the report that was received on or after Oct.
Mitchell has oversight responsibility for the OIG's financial audits, legislatively mandated work under the Federal Information Security Management Act, procurement audits, performance audits, and attestations.
Presumably, regulations would clarify whether the CEO signing on page one of Form 1120 would also be required sign each form or statement subject to a separate attestation, but the sheer number of such attestations reinforces our concern about the demands the proposal would impose on the CEO's limited time.
After some initial learning, attestations should not take longer or be more difficult than directors' exams and should yield considerably more useful information to all parties.
Most issuers indicated that they do not plan to change their existing sale/securitization strategy, but one factor that might impact all securitizations would be the additional cost of the required attestations.
SOC 2 and 3 are widely recognized attestations, providing independent validation that companies' internal controls comply with applicable American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' (AICPA) Trust Services Principles and Criteria (TSP 100).