Exchange Operations Sample Clauses

Exchange Operations. Unless otherwise agreed to by the Contractor and the Exchange, Contractor shall provide de-identified patient medical and pharmaceutical information needed by the Exchange to effectively oversee and administer the Plans. As used in this Subsection (f), the term “de-identified” shall have the meaning set forth in 45 C.F.R. § 164.514.
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Exchange Operations. Unless otherwise agreed to by the Contractor and the Exchange, Contract shall provide de-identified patient dental information needed by the Exchange to effectively oversee and administer the Plans. As used in this Subsection (f), the term “de- identified” shall have the meaning set forth in 45 C.F.R. § 164.514.
Exchange Operations. RFQs placed on BlockSettle during planned or unplanned downtime will be processed on a commercially reasonable efforts basis once we resume operations. BlockSettle reserves the right to reject or cancel RFQs made and/or pending during downtime. RFQs may be subject to delays, difficulties, and/or conditions affecting transmission or execution of RFQs over which BlockSettle has no control, including, but not limited to, mechanical or electronic failure or market congestion. We are not liable for any delays, difficulties or conditions adversely affecting transmission or execution of RFQs. If at any time you are in any doubt about the status of your RFQ you can view your RFQ status in the Client Portal.
Exchange Operations. Unless otherwise agreed to by the Contractor and the Exchange, Contract shall provide de-identified patient dental information needed by the Exchange to effectively oversee and administer the Plans. As used in this Subsection (f), the term ³de- identified´ shall have the meaning set forth in 45 C.F.R. § 164.514.
Exchange Operations. The Exchange shall be entitled to receive de-identified patient medical and pharmaceutical dental information from Contractor in order to effectively oversee and administer the Plans. As used in this Subsection (f), the
Exchange Operations. Orders placed on Leverex during planned or unplanned downtime will be processed on a commercially reasonable efforts basis once we resume operations. Leverex reserves the right to reject or cancel Orders made and/or pending during downtime. Orders may be subject to delays, difficulties, and/or conditions affecting transmission or execution of Orders over which Leverex has no control, including, but not limited to, mechanical or electronic failure or market congestion. We are not liable for any delays, difficulties or conditions adversely affecting transmission or execution of Orders.
Exchange Operations. As permitted by state and federalState and Federal laws, tThe Exchange shall be entitled to receive de-identified patient medical and pharmaceutical information from Contractor in order to effectively oversee and administer the Plans. As used in this Subsection (f), the term “de-identified” shall have the meaning set forth in 45 C.F.R. § 164.514.
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