Written Request definition

Written Request means a request made, in writing, by the Insured to us. All pronouns include either gender unless the context indicates otherwise.
Written Request means a request in writing signed by the Commission Official or any other officers designated by the Commission to sign such Written Request.
Written Request means a writing that asks for information, and includes a writing transmitted by facsimile, electronic mail, or other electronic means.

Examples of Written Request in a sentence

  • Written Request RequiredIf a written request for Preauthorization is required in order for a service to be covered, you or your Provider should send the request, along with appropriate documentation, to:Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico Attn: Health Services DepartmentP.O. Box 27630 Albuquerque, NM 87125-7630Please ask your health care Provider to submit your request early enough to ensure that there is time to process the request before the date you are planning to receive services.

  • Written Request Required104 Each request must be printed or typewritten, or must be in legible handwriting.


More Definitions of Written Request

Written Request means a request made, in writing, by you to us. Pre-existing Conditions Limitation:
Written Request means a request made, in writing, by the Insured to us. Pre-existing Conditions Limitation:
Written Request means a request in writing signed by the County Mayor of the County or by any other officer or official of the County duly authorized by the County to act in his place.
Written Request of the Agency mean, respectively, a written certificate or written request signed in the name of the Agency by an Authorized Officer. Any such certificate or request may, but need not, be combined in a single instrument with any other instrument, opinion or representation, and the two or more so combined shall be read and construed as a single instrument.
Written Request. Your specific written request, in writing is required, to disclose information regarding your psychotherapy to you or to a third party. In the case of notes documenting or analyzing the contents of conversation during a private counseling session (“psychotherapy/process notes”), I reserve the right to provide to you or the authorized third party a report of examination or treatment in lieu of copies of the actual records. If therapy sessions involve more than 1 party, ALL parties over the age of 18 MUST consent to release of requested information prior to information being released.