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digital signature

An electronic signature based on cryptographic rules and parameters of originator authentication, which identify the signer and verify the integrity of the data pertaining to the signature.

digital signature

In an electronic health record, a unique, personalized alphanumeric code (or set of codes) that identifies one and only one user of the system.
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Pictured: ceremonial exchange of signed documents in presence of Vladimir Putin, President of Russian Federation, and Xi Jinping, President of Peoples Republic of China.
The app also lets you store these signed documents directly to your connected Cloud services such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote and Google Drive.
The Frito-Lay notice charges that the company and one of its salespeople signed documents requested by Fleming concerning $400,000 in payments.
Mamoru Ikebe, an official at the Defense Agency's Facilities Division, signed documents renewing lease contracts for a combined 12,720 square meters of land within the boundaries of U.
Data Port is committed to providing carriers future corresponding central functions and services for the preservation of evidentiary value of cryptographically signed documents.
The five Americans declined to talk to reporters as they left the immigration office in Puerto Vallarta, where they signed documents pledging not to leave the country.
The SAFE standard provides a secure, legally enforceable, and regulatory compliant way to provide identity verification, non repudiation, and content integrity for electronically signed documents.
The site stirred controversial with the cost of bringing in water lines and because the developer was paid for the land after trustees Laurelyn Browning and Joyce Field signed documents allowing its transfer to the school district without authorization from the full board.
With CoSign, electronically signed documents become portable electronic records which may be easily routed to verify the signer's identity and authenticity, and validate the document's integrity, without using proprietary hardware or software," says Rodd Schlerf, Life Science Practice Manager, ARX.
He said his client's mistake was to trust his business colleagues, saying McLain often signed documents without reading them ``as if he's signing an autograph.
In addition, the application automates the completion of patient documentation ranging from HIPAA disclosures to advance directives, including the digital capture of signatures, paperless storage of signed documents and electronic notation in the patient's medical record.
In addition, iMedConsent automates the completion of patient documentation ranging from HIPAA disclosures to advance directives, including the digital capture of signatures, paperless storage of signed documents and electronic notation in the patient's medical record.