authorised person

authorised person

A person (e.g., physician) who orders tests and receives test results on persons for whom payment is sought under Medicare.

If payment is not sought under Medicare, the tests may be ordered by individuals authorised under state law to order tests or receive test results CLIA88 rules.
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He was yet on his way to the White Hart, when two plump gentleman and one thin one entered the yard, and looked round in search of some authorised person of whom they could make a few inquiries.
A Financial Promotion regime which prohibits making certain financial promotions unless authorised or unless the content has been approved by an Authorised Person.
The defendants managed to forge four cheques belonging to a government body by using a scanner and faking the signature of the authorised person.
Aurora Energy representatives will always identify themselves and request to speak to the account holder or authorised person, who will verify their identity in line with Aurora Energy s privacy principles.
Authorised person Al Dheeb said the company's authorised person to manage and sign will not be entitled to vote for more than one company on the election day on Jan.
They are required to ensure waste is transferred only to an authorised person and waste transfer notes are kept for a minimum of two years.
Leh, Aug 15 (ANI): A body of Henrietee Borg Kristensen, a Denmark national, has been handed over to authorised person at Camp Leh.
In the case of an individual, maximum penalty would be Rs 100 million for willfully obstructing any commissioner, employee or any authorised person, inspector or investigator from performing his duties and destroying, falsifying, concealing or disposing of any document relevant to an inspection.
A MAESTEG man has pleaded guilty to failing to ensure his household waste was disposed of by an authorised person.
Residents call also apply for a proxy vote, which allows an authorised person to cast the vote on their behalf, and applications for this must be in by May 27.
Musarrat Bano pleaded guilty at Huddersfield Magistrates' Court to failing to transfer household waste to an authorised person.
In 2005, the law was changed to make it the duty of the householder to take all reasonable measures to ensure that any household waste produced on the property is only disposed of by an authorised person.