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the approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority

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The authorization is proposed to allow disposal of shares in proportion other than that of the shareholders' pre-emptive rights to the Company's shares.
MEDecision's IMM software platform fuses best-of-breed applications in Analytics and Disease Management, Advanced Medical Management, and Transactioning and Automated Authorizations.
The Company is preparing applications for submission to the SEC requesting authorizations to engage in certain financings and other activities.
A MEDecision client for the past six years, Blue Care Network has renewed its contract for Advanced Medical Management while expanding its IMM implementation to include Analytics as well as Web- and EDI-based Transactioning and Automated Authorizations.
9 million shares under its previously announced share repurchase authorizations at an average share price of $26.
Under these existing authorizations, Tenet has repurchased approximately 25 million shares (including approximately 6 million additional shares subject to forward purchase contracts).
We are particularly enthusiastic about the unique Utilization Management (UM) system to manage authorizations and concurrent review of hospital patients.
At times, practitioners may need to obtain other IRS authorizations for a client as well, including those described below.
With permanent authorizations, Swiss Post waives the annually recurring fee of CHF 24 per year.
However such authorizations may be open-ended (allowing any signature or the lack of a signature) out of necessity or poorly protected by providers within shared environments.
Covered Entities: those who must comply with HIPAA are health plans, healthcare clearinghouses (third party insurance), software vendors and healthcare providers (including pharmacies) who conduct certain financial and administrative transactions electronically, such as eligibility, referral authorizations and claims.
Such programs when administered through health plans do not require patient-authorized disclosure, but protected patient health information cannot be released by health plans to outside vendors of health and wellness programs without specific patient authorizations.
The similarly authenticated standard permits signed, written authorizations to be provided electronically.
The authorizations to modify use regulations for buildings that are landmarked or within historic districts all require that a program be established for continuing maintenance for the building's preservation as evidenced by a report from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Both cases uphold the legal effectiveness of authorizations for the release of personnel information when disclosure is within the scope of a job applicant's consent.