Mitigate to the extent practicable and at Business Associate’s sole cost and expense, any harmful effect that is known to exist as a result of a PHI Incident described in Section 2.1c of this Agreement. Additionally, the Business Associate shall cooperate with the Covered Entity in its mitigation efforts, including without limitation, its efforts to recover its PHI or prevent or curtail such threatened or actual PHI Incident. In the event of a PHI Incident, Business Associate agrees to cooperate with the Covered Entity in complying with all state and Federal public notification requirements arising from such PHI Incident, including, without limitation, providing Covered Entity with any information necessary to comply with such notification requirements upon Covered Entity’s request and, at Covered Entity’s discretion, paying all costs and expenses related to conducting any necessary investigations and notifying the affected Individuals. Such costs, if appropriate and reasonable under the circumstances, may include the actual cost of notification, setting-up and managing a toll-free number, email address, website and postal address and credit monitoring.
Mitigate. Executive shall be required to use his best efforts to obtain gainful employment as similar as possible to his duties with the Company, provided that (A) a finding by an arbitration tribunal that Executive has failed to do so will result in the Company being relieved of any obligation to pay Executive and (B) any amount received by Executive from such employment shall reduce the amount payable by the Company under Section 10(b).
Mitigate to the extent practicable, and at its sole expense, any harmful effect caused by a use or disclosure of Protected Health Information by Business Associate in violation of the requirements of this Agreement. Also, to fully cooperate with Covered Entity’s efforts to promptly investigate, mitigate, and notify third parties of breaches of unsecured protected health information or security incidents as required by the HIPAA Rules.
Mitigate the taking of such reasonable steps that would be taken by a prudent supplier in accordance with Good Industry Practice to mitigate against the Incident in question, which may include (in the case of a Vulnerability) coding changes, but could also include specification changes (for example, removal of affected protocols or functionality in their entirety), provided these are approved by the Customer in writing in advance, and the terms Mitigated and Mitigation shall be construed accordingly.
Mitigate. Business Associate agrees to mitigate, to the extent practicable, any harmful effect that is known to Business Associate of a use or disclosure of Protected Health Information by Business Associate in violation of the requirements of this Agreement. Business Associate will also mitigate any penalties that may result from exposure of Protected Health Information by Business Associate that may result from failure to notify Covered Entity of such exposure.
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