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direct access

Permission to examine, analyse, verify and reproduce any records and reports critical in evaluating a clinical trial of a drug product or intervention. Parties (e.g., domestic and foreign regulatory authorities), a sponsor's monitors and auditors with direct access must take all reasonable precautions within the constraints of the applicable regulatory requirement(s) to maintain the confidentiality of subjects' identities and the sponsor's proprietary information.

direct access

Managed care adjective Referring to a Pt's ability to be treated by a specific provider without gatekeeper approval. See Gatekeeper.
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Proponents argue that direct access legislation can improve access to care and outcomes, possibly through earlier initiation of prenatal care through an OB/ GYN.
It could face questions on the effectiveness of its counter- terror partnership with the US if it is denied direct access to Headley.
The State of Washington has allowed direct access dental hygiene care since 1984.
Direct Access courses are available to anyone, aged 21 or above, who holds a full UK car licence or provisional motorcycle licence.
Direct access tests you on a 500cc bike so you can ride any size of bike.
Nicky Richards, trainer of Direct Access "There are only six in the race, but he's still got to go out and do the job.
The turbo pump is mounted to a custom isolation table for direct access to the AFM, and the roughing pump can be remotely positioned to ensure no vibrational interference during imaging.
In that review, I stated that despite enjoying direct access rights since the 1970's, NZ physiotherapists were still largely shielded from the responsibilities of primary care by the ACC requirement that patients be referred to physiotherapy by a medical practitioner.
NASBA appreciates that many state boards do not have direct access to peer review materials in a timely manner and thus are unaware that a firm has received an adverse or modified report until the firm's renewal comes due.
Known as the ANE II Project, the new direct access arrangements in Canada will reinforce the ability of LDCs in New England and New York to secure competitively priced gas supplies to serve markets in the region.
Set up as an online searchable database, IABC's Speakers Bureau provides direct access to hundreds of communication experts.
Flames blocked direct access to the bathroom, so Going broke a window in an adjoining room and climbed through.

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