Patient Records. Upon termination of this Agreement, the New PC shall retain all patient dental records maintained by the New PC or the MSO in the name of the New PC. During the term of this Agreement, and thereafter, the New PC or its designee shall have reasonable access during normal business hours to the New PC's and the MSO's records, including, but not limited to, records of collections, expenses and disbursements as kept by the MSO in performing the MSO's obligations under this Agreement, and the New PC may copy any or all such records.
Patient Records. Maintenance of patient records (which shall at all times remain the property and under the control of the P.C.) and provision of record retrieval and monitoring services to assist the P.C. in utilization and quality assurance reviews in accordance with instructions and guidelines issued by the P.C.
Patient Records. All records, including regular and personal files, of patients treated, consulted, served, or interviewed by Resident shall belong to and remain the property of Baptist and may be removed only upon its written consent. Resident shall maintain current, accurate, and complete patient records which comply with both governmental and Baptist record keeping requirements. The use and copying of patient records shall be subject to Baptist’s permission and conducted according to its rules and regulations.
Patient Records. Company shall maintain procedures and policies for the timely filing and maintenance of all patient records generated in the Practice in accordance with all applicable State and federal laws relating to the maintenance and confidentiality of patient records. All patient records shall be the property of Doctor, but shall be maintained by, and in the custody of Company to the extent necessary for Company to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement. Company, to the extent lawfully permitted, shall have access to such patient records, for the purpose of making necessary copies, in the event this Agreement is terminated.
Patient Records. All patients records, reports and information obtained, generated, or encountered relating to Offices, which have not and hereafter are not designated by Medical Management as being Medical Management's property shall at all times be the property of Doctor's Care and so long as in the possession, use or control of either party, shall be kept in the strictest confidence by both parties. Medical Management shall instruct all of its personnel to keep confidential any such information, as well as any financial, statistical, personnel, and patient information obtained or encountered relating to Doctor's Care or to Doctor's Care's operations. Both parties agree to comply with all applicable laws, regulations and professional standards concerning the confidentiality of patient records.
Patient Records. Upon termination of this Agreement, the Orthodontic Entity shall retain all patient medical records maintained by the Orthodontic Entity or Premier in the name of the Orthodontic Entity. During the term of this Agreement, and thereafter, the Orthodontic Entity or its designee shall have reasonable access during normal business hours to the Orthodontic Entity's and Premier's records, including, but not limited to, records of collections, expenses and disbursements as kept by Premier in performing Premier's obligations under this Agreement, and the Orthodontic Entity may copy any or all such records.
Patient Records. Contractor shall require that a permanent medical record shall be maintained by each Enrollee’s PCP. The medical record shall be available to the PCP, WHCP and other Providers. Copies of the medical record shall be sent to any new PCP or Medical Home to which the Enrollee transfers. Contractor shall require that the medical record contain documented efforts to obtain the Enrollee’s consent when required by law. Contractor shall require that copies of records shall be released only to Authorized Persons upon request. Original medical records shall be released only in accordance with Federal or State law, court orders, subpoenas, or a valid records release form executed by an Enrollee. Contractor shall assist Enrollees in accessing their records in a timely manner. Contractor shall protect the confidentiality and privacy of minors, and abide by all Federal and State laws regarding the confidentiality and disclosure of medical records, mental health records, and any other information about Enrollee. Contractor shall require that Affiliated Providers produce such records for the Department upon request. Medical records must include Provider identification. Medical records reporting requirements shall be adequate to provide for acceptable continuity of care to Enrollees. All entries in the medical record must be legible, accurate, complete, and dated, and the following, where applicable, shall be included:
Patient Records. All patient records shall remain the property of OSMC II, provided that SCN shall have the right to analyze and obtain information from such records. Upon termination of this Agreement, OSMC II shall retain such records, but SCN shall be entitled to retain any information it has acquired from such records; provided, however, that SCN shall take all action reasonably necessary to ensure the confidentiality of the patient records in accordance with applicable laws and shall indemnify OSMC II and any of its physician employees (who are deemed hereby to be third party beneficiaries for this purpose) for breach of any applicable confidentiality requirements.
Patient Records. Any and all of UCLA’s medical records and charts created at UCLA’s facilities as a result of performance under this Agreement shall be and shall remain the property of UCLA. SCHOOL understands and agrees that it will require all of its Students (and SCHOOL Instructors if applicable) rotating through UCLA facilities to maintain the confidentiality of all patient medical records and charts in accordance with UCLA policies and procedures and all applicable state and federal laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”). SCHOOL agrees that Students (and SCHOOL Instructors if applicable) shall comply with any UCLA training or education required to comply with HIPAA or other applicable laws. INTERRUPTION IN SERVICE. Either party shall be excused from any delay or failure in performance hereunder caused by reason of any occurrence or contingency beyond its reasonable control, including, but not limited to, acts of God, acts of war, fire, insurrection, labor disputes, riots, earthquakes, or other acts of nature. The obligations and rights of the party so excused shall be extended on a day-to-day basis for the time period equal to the period of such excusable interruption. In the event the interruption of a party's performance continues for a period in excess of thirty (30) days, the other party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement upon ten (10) days' prior written notice to the other party.