Adherence to all the trial-related requirements, good clinical practice requirements and the applicable regulatory requirements.
To act to ensure that the terms of laws are met
The act of following orders and adhering to rules and policies, i.e. taking one's medication post transplant.
The extent to which a patient takes his/her medications according to the prescribed schedule (also called "adherence").
The act of meeting all state and federal drinking water regulations.
An different term for adherence.
Regulation of the UK's financial services industry has developed almost out of recognition. 'Compliance' is the process in thousands of offices in the City and around the country to ensure that the regulations are complied with. Many of the rules are designed to protect the public from misleading claims about returns they could receive from investments. Others outlaw insider trading.
adhering to or conforming with a regimen of treatment such as CPAP
A reference to government acts, regulations, and statutes governing the mortgage industry.
Adherence to the provisions and limitations of an agreement or treaty.
Compliance is an action undertaken according to a predetermined indication or opportunity. For the purpose of this report, compliance with hand hygiene is either washing the hands with soap and water or rubbing the hands with an alcohol based handrub.
The act of meeting requirements and conditions specified in statutes, rules and/or federal laws regarding the CDBG Small Cities, HOME, SHIP, or other state and federal housing programs.
In general refers to the obeying of all rules and regulations involving broker/dealers and the sale of securities. Each broker dealer has a specifically licensed ‘compliance officer’ responsible for making sure the firm and salespersons obey the securities regulations.
Meeting the requirements and obligations of affirmative action imposed by Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, Section 4212 of the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act and their implementing regulations.
a copy of the actual OSHA Regulations that apply to your workplace
a copy of the actual OSHA regulations that govern
This is the process of checking that the conditions of a permit (or law) are met. A regulator assesses whether a company is complying with the conditions of a permit. There is currently no European criteria or guidance on compliance. Companies can also check compliance.
Following applicable rules or laws.
Legally required adherence to regulatory provisions by financial bodies and individuals. The principal purpose of Compliance is to ensure that Barclays Capital's business is conducted in accordance with the law.
To legally abide by all laws, regulations, ordinances enforced by federal, state, and local governments as well as court orders.
The act of meeting the requirements or cooperating with a specific rule or law. Under HIPAA, compliance means to set up and govern office procedures and protocols according to the specific guidelines outlined in its regulations.
Adherence to an accepted EDI standard.
The ability to reasonably ensure conformity and adherence to organisation policies, plans, procedures, laws, regulations, and contracts.
ensuring that the population complies with a country's laws, such as those on taxation. (p. 217)
Laws are created to help protect people, species, knowledge and even landscapes. The governments that make society's laws are also accountable to the laws they create. Compliance is a term used to describe when a government or industry has followed a law.
The process of adhering to the merit system principles and related laws, rules, and regulations for which Federal leaders, managers, supervisors, and employees are held accountable.
Much the same as adherence â€“ whether a patient does as they are told.
To accurately follow the federal government's rules on medicare billing system requirements and other regulations.
Is the area or the process which has responsibility for firm and employee adherence to the rules and regulations which govern the broker/dealer business. This includes but is not limited to The Powers and Authorities for the firm's position taking and trading limits, guidelines indicated in the employee compliance handbook, registrations, continuing education, sales literature, and employee trading activities. Generally, compliance functions are partitioned between registrations and other rules and guidelines. Non-selling employees are usually in compliance to avoid conflicts-of-interest. However, there are exemptions for very small organizations.
Procedures undertaken at regular intervals or on an on-going basis to ensure internal and external controls and regulations are complied with.
the preferred term is "Adherence", see above
adherence by a patient to a prescribed medical regimen.
Compliance usually refers to behaviour in accordance with legislation, such the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) of 2002 For IT Managers this has significant implications for the way in which data is managed, accessed and stored. (SearchDataManagement.com)
Refers to patient adherence to physician directions for taking antiepileptic drugs.
A check undertaken on a regular basis to ensure internal standards and external legal requirements are complied with.
procedures that are undertaken at regular intervals or on an ongoing basis to ensure that the regulations and/or laws laid down by an authoritative body are kept.
Adhering to a prescribed regimen. Taking one's medication properly.
Adherence by a patient to a specific drug dosage or treatment instruction.
Procedures undertaken to ensure regulations and internal and external controls are complied with.
Ensuring that the requirements of laws, regulations, industry codes and organisational standards are met.
When we talk about compliance, we are really talking about particular rules of conduct-in some cases made into law-that are designed to promote the interests of all of the parties to a transaction.
The state of being in accordance with the relevant national or regional authorities and their requirements. In the context of financial services, the most important compliance rules come from the Securities and Exchange Commission (US) or the Financial Services Authority (UK). Most large financial services companies have compliance teams whose role is to take an independent stance in making sure that the company is following all the necessary rules and regulations.
The function of an insurance company that is responsible for ensuring that the insurer and its marketers follow all applicable state and federal insurance requirements and regulations, as well as the requirements of organizations that regulate insurance.
adherence to the international labor standards expressed in the FLA Workplace Code of Conduct and Obligations of Companies (see FLA Charter), including adherence to applicable national and local laws. As a dynamic rather than static condition, compliance requires a process to ensure continuing adherence. Non-compliance refers to activities or situations that contravene or fall short of FLA standards. An FLA company's compliance program encompasses a range of activities and initiatives to: uncover non-compliance (e.g., announced and unannounced monitoring visits); remediate non-compliance; and promote improvements in compliance (e.g., rights awareness trainings, health and safety workshops, etc.).
A word taken to indicate the process of following agreed procedures; e.g. compliance with FSA 1986 and related regulations means that things are being done 'by the book'.
Related Terms: Sarbanes-Oxley Act, "SOX" In this context, insuring that 100% of data is represented and searchable in a vertical application. For example, making sure that a search for particular client's name will always reliably bring back all pertinent records. Vocabulary: Sarbanes-Oxley Act: AKA: "SOX": Compliance regulations relating to what information companies must maintain and provide. SOX compliance is often related to Knowledge Management Systems and related search technology. See http://www.sarbanes-oxley-forum.com
Managing a coding or billing department according to the laws, regulations, and guidelines that govern it. Back to the top of the page
In banking and financial services this means complying with the rules or laws set out by a regulatory authority which govern the type of business in question.
Compliance assesses whether actual money raised and spent adhere to budget mandates set by the legislative body. All the financial statements can help judge compliance, but one in particular, called budget versus actual, is used to assess compliance. Historically, annual compliance with the budget has been the main factor shaping governmental financial reports. Compliance can also mean adherence to laws such as the Davis Bacon law on wages or compliance for eligibility for distributing money.
In the storage context, compliance refers to a whole bundle of legislation, rules and conventions which impact the way that data is stored, archived, retrieved and encrypted. These are summarised in a practical way in this article:- Privacy and Security Regulations, and How they Impact Storage Systems
System for checking adherence to reduction obligations, including measures and sanctions to be implemented if a country does not fulfill its obligations to reduce emissions as laid down in the Kyoto Protocol.
Adherence to statutory requirements, regulations, rules and ordinances imposed by external authorities on a company.
See Adherence to Schedule.
Department responsible for monitoring and managing the risks associated with a company's compliance with legislation and regulations. Fortis's Compliance Officers promote adherence to the internal code of conduct by advising management, businesses and individual employees.
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Adherence to the law. Total compliance with tax laws includes filing, registration, remittance and reporting for taxes and benefits in a voluntary, accurate and timely manner.
the procedures and policies a company follows to make sure it abides by company and statutory regulations
Compliance is the holding on to a treatment regimen, such as CPAP therapy.
Adhering to a regimen of treatment, such as CPAP therapy.
For insurers and their agents, the act of adhering to applicable laws and regulations that govern the operations of insurance companies.
A periodic check of procedures ensuring that regulations and controls are complied with.
Regulatory compliance refers to systems or departments at corporations and public agencies to ensure that personnel are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws and regulations.
Compliance (or Adherence) in a medical context refers to a patient both agreeing to and then undergoing some part of their treatment program as advised by their doctor or other healthcare worker. Most commonly it is whether a patient takes their medication (Drug compliance), but may also apply to use of surgical appliances (e.g. compression stockings), chronic wound care, self-directed physiotherapy exercises, or attending for a course of therapy (e.g. counselling).