Medical Records definition

Medical Records the Study Subjects’ primary medical records kept by the Institution on behalf of the Study Subjects, including, without limitation, treatment entries, x-rays, biopsy reports, ultrasound photographs and other diagnostic images. Zdravotní záznamy: primární zdravotní záznamy Subjektů studie vedené Zdravotnickým zařízením ve vztahu k Subjektu studie, zejména záznamy o poskytnuté péči, zázanym o RTG vyšetřeních, protokoly o provedených biopsiích, snímky z ultrazvukových vyšetření a další snímky diagnostické povahy. Study Data: all records and reports, other than Medical Records, collected or created pursuant to or prepared in connection with the Study including, without limitation, reports (e.g., CRFs, data summaries, interim reports and the final report) required to be delivered to Sponsor pursuant to the Protocol and all records regarding inventories and dispositions of all Investigational Product. Studijní data a údaje: veškeré záznamy, zprávy a protokoly, jež jsou odlišné od Zdravotních záznamů, a které jsou získány, shromážděny či vytvořeny v návaznosti na či připraveny v souvislosti se Studií, zejména zprávy, záznamy a protokoly (např., CRFs, datové přehledy, mezitímní zprávy a protokoly, a závěrečná zpráva), které jsou požadovány, aby byly poskytnuty Zadavateli v souladu s Protokolem a veškerými záznamy ohledně inventurní evidence a nakládání s veškerým množstvím Hodnoceného léčiva.
Medical Records means the records of a person who receives health care services from the Provider;
Medical Records the Study Subjects’ primary medical records kept by the Institution on behalf of the Study Subjects including, without limitation, treatment entries, x-rays, biopsy reports, ultrasound photographs and other diagnostic images. Study Data: all records and reports, other than Medical Records, collected or created pursuant to or prepared in connection with the Study including, without limitation, reports (e.g., CRFs, data summaries, interim reports and the final report) required to be delivered to Sponsor pursuant to the Protocol and all records regarding inventories and dispositions of all Investigational Product.

Examples of Medical Records in a sentence

  • Subject to the Maryland Public Information Act and any other applicable laws including, without limitation, HIPAA, the HI-TECH Act, and the Maryland Medical Records Act and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, all confidential or proprietary information and documentation relating to either party (including without limitation, any information or data stored within the Contractor’s computer systems or cloud infrastructure, if applicable) shall be held in confidence by the other party.

  • The Contractor also agrees to comply with the Maryland Confidentiality of Medical Records Act (MCMRA), Md. Code Ann.

  • Subject to the Maryland Public Information Act and any other applicable laws including, without limitation, HIPAA, the HI-TECH ACT, and the Maryland Medical Records Act and the implementation of regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, all confidential or proprietary information and documentation relating to either party (including without limitation, any information or data stored within the Contractor’s computer systems) shall be held in absolute confidence by the other party.

  • Defendants lack sufficient knowledge or information to form a belief as to the remaining allegations in Paragraph 69 of the Complaint and therefore deny those allegations.

  • The contractor also agrees to comply with the Maryland Confidentiality of Medical Records Act (MCMRA), Md. Code Ann.


More Definitions of Medical Records

Medical Records means all records and/or documents relating to the treatment of a patient, including, but not limited to, family histories, medical histories, report of clinical findings and diagnosis, laboratory test results, x-rays, reports of examination and/or evaluation and any hospital admission/discharge records which the licensee may have.
Medical Records means all communications related to a patient's physical or mental health or condition that are recorded in any form or medium and that are maintained for purposes of patient diagnosis or treatment, including medical records that are prepared by a health care provider or by other providers. Medical records do not include materials that are prepared in connection with utilization review, peer review or quality assurance activities, including records that a health care provider prepares pursuant to section 36-441, 36-445, 36-2402 or 36-2917. Medical records do not include recorded telephone and radio calls to and from a publicly operated emergency dispatch office relating to requests for emergency services or reports of suspected criminal activity, but include communications that are recorded in any form or medium between emergency medical personnel and medical personnel concerning the diagnosis or treatment of a person.
Medical Records means all medical, behavioral health, and long-term care histories; records,
Medical Records means those documents corresponding to medical or allied care, goods, or services furnished in any place of service. The records may be on paper, magnetic material, film, or other media. In order to qualify as a basis for reimbursement, the medical records must be dated, signed or otherwise attested to, as appropriate to the media, and legible.
Medical Records means medical records maintained in accordance with acceptable standards and practices as specified by the rules implementing this act.
Medical Records means the entire record maintained by an individual Healthcare Provider or facility relating to the medical history, care, diagnosis, surgery, and treatment of an Eligible Claimant including new patient intake forms completed by or on behalf of an Eligible Claimant, doctors’ notes, operative reports, hospital charts, nurses’ notes, physicians’ orders, consultation reports, laboratory test results, EEGs, EKGs, x-ray reports, CT scan reports, MRI scan reports, reports of any diagnostic procedures, tests or imaging studies, operative reports, history and physicals, pathology reports, anesthesia records, admission summaries, discharge summaries, photographs, video recordings, consent forms, prescription records, and medication records.
Medical Records. The complete, comprehensive records of a Member including, but not limited to, x-rays, laboratory tests, results, examinations and notes, accessible at the site of the Member’s participating Primary Care physician or Provider, that document all medical services received by the Member, including inpatient, ambulatory, ancillary, and emergency care, prepared in accordance with all applicable DCH rules and regulations, and signed by the medical professional rendering the services.