Delivery Systems Sample Clauses

Delivery Systems. [ * ] shall be responsible for the payment of any royalties or other payments to Third Parties in respect of the use of a Third Party Delivery System, so long as such Delivery System is not required for Basic Therapeutic Utility.
Delivery Systems. The State will implement this Demonstration by expanding upon the existing ACC Program. Under the MFFS Financial Alignment Model and as defined in this MOU, the State is eligible to benefit from savings resulting from this Demonstration if it meets the applicable quality standards. The State will ensure coordination and facilitate access to all necessary services across the Medicare and Medicaid programs. The vision of the ACC Program is to transform the health care delivery system from a traditional, unmanaged FFS model to a regional, outcome-focused, client/family-centered coordinated system of care. Under the ACC, payment to providers continues to be on a FFS basis, and beneficiaries remain free to choose among all participating Medicaid (and, in this Demonstration, Medicare) providers. However, through the seven Regional Care Collaborative Organizations, the ACC creates an accountability structure missing from a typical unmanaged FFS delivery system. Each beneficiary in the Demonstration will be enrolled with the RCCO serving his/her area of the State. RCCOs offer care coordination, either through RCCO staff or arrangements with local providers. RCCOs also manage virtual networks of providers to promote beneficiary access to care and support providers with clinical tools, data, and analytics. The ACC model drives primary care reform through Primary Care Medical Providers. PCMPs provide whole-person, coordinated, culturally-competent care for beneficiaries. Through the ACC, participating PCMPs are eligible to receive per member per month payments, and required to offer increased access to beneficiaries through, for example, extended office hours or same-day appointments. The State has contractual relationships with all RCCOs and PCMPs. RCCO and PCMP contracts include their distinct, shared, and/or delegated responsibilities in the ACC Program. Under this Demonstration, RCCOs and PCMPs will be responsible for working together and with the State to ensure the integration and coordination of primary care, acute care, prescription drugs, behavioral health care, and LTSS across Medicare and Medicaid for those eligible Medicare-Medicaid enrollees who participate in the Demonstration. RCCOs and PCMPs will work with existing service delivery systems, authorizing entities, and specialty care/case managers and will not duplicate functions provided within these systems of care. The State will monitor and hold RCCOs accountable for total Medicare and Medicaid costs...
Delivery Systems. All pipelines, powerlines and other fixtures and improvements to the Bayer Baytown Plant (including, without limitation, pipe racks and other related fixtures) that comprise the systems that are necessary to transport to or from the Battery Limits: (i) Ammonia to be used ***INDICATES CERTAIN INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT WHICH HAS BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS PUBLIC FILING PURSUANT TO A REQUEST BY THE COMPANY FOR CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT BY THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. THE OMITTED INFORMATION HAS BEEN FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECRETARY OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION FOR PURPOSES OF SUCH REQUEST. in the Nitric Acid Facility; (ii) Utilities and Additives to be supplied to the Nitric Acid Facility, including water treatment sewers and pipelines; (iii) Nitric Acid produced at the Nitric Acid Facility; (iv) Excess Steam (as defined herein) and Condensate; and (v) Aqua Ammonia produced at the Nitric Acid Facility.
Delivery Systems. With respect to delivery of corn stored at FCE to the Mill, FCE shall at all times maintain all delivery systems necessary to deliver corn from FCE’s storage facilities to the Mill in good working and operating order and shall make all deliveries to the Mill at the time and in the amount as required by GFCEP.
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  • Secondary Systems The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall each cooperate with the other in the inspection, maintenance, and testing of control or power circuits that operate below 600 volts, AC or DC, including, but not limited to, any hardware, control or protective devices, cables, conductors, electric raceways, secondary equipment panels, transducers, batteries, chargers, and voltage and current transformers that directly affect the operation of Developer or Connecting Transmission Owner’s facilities and equipment which may reasonably be expected to impact the other Party. The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall each provide advance notice to the other Party, and to NYISO, before undertaking any work on such circuits, especially on electrical circuits involving circuit breaker trip and close contacts, current transformers, or potential transformers.

  • DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A. Handle pipe, fittings, valves, and accessories carefully to prevent damage. Handle pipe by rolling on skids, forklift, or front end loader. Do not use material damaged in handling. Slings, hooks, or pipe tongs shall be padded and used in such a manner as to prevent damage to the exterior coatings or internal lining of the pipe. Do not use chains in handling pipe, fittings, or appurtenances.

  • Systems The Sub-Administrator shall retain title to and ownership of any and all data bases, computer programs, screen formats, report formats, interactive design techniques, derivative works, inventions, discoveries, patentable or copyrightable matters, concepts, expertise, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, and other related legal rights utilized by the Sub-Administrator in connection with the services provided by the Sub-Administrator to the Administrator and the Funds.

  • One-Way Interconnection Trunks 2.3.1 Reconex shall provide its own facilities or purchase transport for the delivery of traffic to any Collocation arrangement it establishes at a Verizon-IP pursuant to the Collocation Attachment.

  • Metering The Interconnection Customer shall be responsible for the Connecting Transmission Owner’s reasonable and necessary cost for the purchase, installation, operation, maintenance, testing, repair, and replacement of metering and data acquisition equipment specified in Attachments 2 and 3 of this Agreement. The Interconnection Customer’s metering (and data acquisition, as required) equipment shall conform to applicable industry rules and Operating Requirements.

  • Purchase Order Flip via Ariba Network (AN) The online process allows suppliers to submit invoices via the AN for catalog and non- catalog goods and services. Contractors have the ability to create an invoice directly from their Inbox in their AN account by simply “flipping” the purchase order into an invoice. This option does not require any special software or technical capabilities. For the purposes of this section, the Contractor warrants and represents that it is authorized and empowered to and hereby grants the State and the third-party provider of MFMP the right and license to use, reproduce, transmit, distribute, and publicly display within the system the information outlined above. In addition, the Contractor warrants and represents that it is authorized and empowered to and hereby grants the State and the third-party provider the right and license to reproduce and display within the system the Contractor’s trademarks, system marks, logos, trade dress, or other branding designation that identifies the products made available by the Contractor under the Contract.

  • Service Specification The Parties have agreed upon the scope and specification of the Services provided under this Service Agreement in the Service Specification.

  • Installation Services 3.1 The Bitstream 2a Service includes a Standard Install as set out below (in each case to the extent that the relevant provisioning works are not already complete for the relevant Service Order).1

  • Interconnection Service Interconnection Service allows the Interconnection Customer to connect the Large Generating Facility to the Participating TO’s Transmission System and be eligible to deliver the Large Generating Facility’s output using the available capacity of the CAISO Controlled Grid. To the extent the Interconnection Customer wants to receive Interconnection Service, the Participating TO shall construct facilities identified in Appendices A and C that the Participating TO is responsible to construct. Interconnection Service does not necessarily provide the Interconnection Customer with the capability to physically deliver the output of its Large Generating Facility to any particular load on the CAISO Controlled Grid without incurring congestion costs. In the event of transmission constraints on the CAISO Controlled Grid, the Interconnection Customer's Large Generating Facility shall be subject to the applicable congestion management procedures in the CAISO Tariff in the same manner as all other resources.

  • Security Systems The Service may not be compatible with security systems. You may be required to maintain a telephone connection through your local exchange carrier in order to use any alarm monitoring functions for any security system installed in your home or business. You are responsible for contacting the alarm monitoring company to test the compatibility of any alarm monitoring or security system with the Service.