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Health privacy The release or divulgence of information by an entity to persons or organisations outside of that entity
Research ethics A formal statement about a person’s or institution’s financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity
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disclosure

Research ethics A formal statement about a person's or institution's financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity. See Conflict of interest, Nondisclosure, Self-disclosure.
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dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Without an explicit statutory reference, an unaware investment adviser can easily stumble into trouble by failing to understand its duty to disclose material conflicts.
They also found that by stating that there was no reason for her to disclose the matter she had misled an investigation into the matter.
Where a consultant had not been hired, the listed entity should disclose if it has a plan to hire a consultant and determine the target hiring date.
One way for individuals to become known to the investigation is to be disclosed by another known individual who is willing to disclose him or her, as in the previous subsection.
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If a state or other law explicitly requires information to be disclosed to a parent, the rule allows a health care provider to comply with that law and to disclose the information.
While these notices generally are required to disclose categories of nonaffiliated third parties to whom there is disclosure of non-public information, the GLBA does not require that a practitioner specifically disclose to a client that independent third-party providers are used in performing services to clients (i.e., if the third-party provider is connected to or involved in the provision or processing of the services offered by the practitioner, there is no requirement to disclose to the client that information is shared with that third-party provider).
During discovery, the prosecution and defense disclose to each other certain evidence they intend to use at trial.