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due diligence

Informatics A legal term for efforts to intercept potential problems before they occur–eg, monitoring for fraudulent claims, ensuring privacy and security under HIPAA, via audit trails, user authentication and access controls. See HIPAA.

due dil·i·gence

(dū dil'i-jĕns)
In health care, making certain that rules and procedures are followed to avoid harming patients and staff.
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'The proposal is in preliminary stage only and has not reached the stage for initiating the process of due dilligence,' Kamat said.
Carol agrees, they are not pleased with this portion, and suggests that due dilligence should be written into the bill.
Reports claim that negotiations are continuing today with the process of due dilligence having been completed - although sources at the club have claimed he is not a serious contender.
As all parties carrying out due dilligence on the club have signed confidentiality agreements, it is not known for certain if the Malaysians are one of the parties to have lodged a pounds 100m offer or whether the latest guided tour was a final attempt to persuade them to do so.
Led by family-owned Italian conglomerate Marcegaglia, the deal is the subject of due dilligence procedures, with a view to transferring ownership this summer.
Townsend, President of the Townsend Independent Actuarial Research Alliance (TIARA), produces Due Dilligence Reports on life insurance companies and can be reached at ftwonsend@snet.net.
Hoy los fondos son mas profesionales, conocen bien la region porque estan basados en America Latina y se preocupan de hacer due dilligence a fondo.
Urging importers to perform due dilligence, the attorney noted that a numer of companies have received notice from Customs that they are suspected of having received transshipments of shrimp product from Indonesia that originated in China, where the anti-dumping duty averages 112.81%.
Unfortunately, when we asked Dowie what was the single greatest thing about the proposed buy-out of Coventry City, he replied: The marriage is public, The guests will all thank us, When we give up our heart To American bankers, The dowry is huge, Not a few silly cents, (Once the buyers are happy With due dilligence).
"Our finance is in place, our due dilligence is completed and I'm here tonight to overcome the very last obstacle.
"As long as they're permitted due dilligence, then we have good reason to believe that if either company is permitted to bid, then we think Springs will back out," said Bruce Raynor, president of UNITE, stressing that Springs does not have the interest of workers at heart.
Therefore, no due dilligence is required and the worst companies -- those willing to give big writeoffs -- get funded and quality, honest companies get starved for capital.