record-keeping

record-keeping

n
the act or process of creating and maintaining records; archiving
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The Appraisal Institute knows that clear, specific record-keeping requirements are of the utmost importance in preserving public trust in the valuation profession.
The consultation paper also proposes clarifications to the record-keeping requirements for AFS licensees relating to the best interests duty.
They also identify differences associated with record-keeping practices in hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, and physicians' offices.
Modernizing American Land Records: Order Upon Chaos presents the history of American land use concepts, management and record-keeping systems, and proposes the design of a modern system that reflects the latest technology and management practices.
3 September 2014 - Great-West Financial, part of Canadian life insurer Great-West Lifeco Inc (TSE:GWO), said it had closed the purchase of large-market record-keeping business JPMorgan Retirement Plan Services (RPS) from JPMorgan Chase & Co's (NYSE:JPM) arm JPMorgan Asset Management Holdings Inc.
We have consulted various local and national documents on record-keeping policy and guidances but have not found anything specific to health visitors.
ABMU Health Board into alleged blood glucometry record-keeping improprieties at the Princess of Wales Hospital has resulted in the number of nurses suspended at the hospital increasing to 12.
Relief has come in the form of a revised reasonable compensation statute and, to a lesser extent, through an increase in the amount of the record-keeping safe harbor.
A HEALTH board failed to improve record-keeping of medication and care given to patients in its hospitals, despite five previous investigations by the Ombudsman.
and Oklahoma CVS/pharmacy LLC have agreed to pay $11 million in fines to settle civil penalty claims for record-keeping violations under the Controlled Substances Act, the Drug Enforcement Administration said.
CVS/pharmacy and Oklahoma CVS/pharmacy LLC have agreed to pay $11 million in fines to settle civil penalty claims for record-keeping violations under the Controlled Substances Act, the Drug Enforcement Administration said.
So far, the checks on the adequacy of business records kept by small and medium-sized enterprises show that 44% of businesses visited had issues with their record-keeping while 12% had seriously inadequate records.