Glossary of Key Terms
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Preview of Key Terms
An instance where a Provider, in response to a Post, accepts the Opportunity contemplated in such Post and provides services on behalf of the Medical Practice.
Assignment Start Date
The date as of which a Provider is to begin an Assignment, which date is determined between the Provider and Medical Practice.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as amended.
Hyr Medical Claim
Hyr Medical Confidential Information
The identification and password that enables an Authorized User to use and access the Software Product.
The party with which Hyr Medical entered into the Agreement.
Medical Practice Claim
A claim for damages resulting from any material inaccuracy or breach of the representations and warranties made by Hyr Medical.
Medical Practice Confidential Information
Either Hyr Medical or the Medical Practice.
Individually identifiable patient health information, including any of the same that is stored electronically.
An individual using the Software Product to review Posts and who the Medical Practice may engage to provide services on its behalf.
The chance, as set forth in a Post, for a Provider to provide services on behalf of the Medical Practice before it is accepted by a Provider.
A complete description of services that the Medical Practice desires for a Provider to provide on its behalf.
An amount equal to Hyr Medical’s then-current recruitment fee.
The amount the Medical Practice is obligated to pay to Hyr Medical in respect of each Assignment, including an amount equal to the product of the hours worked by the Provider during such Assignment and Hyr Medical’s then-current cost per hour and any “travel lump sum” (i.e., the lump sum amount paid to the Provider that is based upon the distance between the Provider’s residential zip code and the zip-code of the location at which such Assignment is to be completed). Also, in the case of expedite Assignments, if the cost of airfare causes the Provider’s actual expenses to exceed the lump sum amount, the Medical Practice agrees to reimburse the actual cost of the airfare.
The “Signature Date” set forth in the Agreement.
Any update, feature release (e.g., 2.0 to 2.1), patch release (e.g., 2.0.1 to 2.0.2), maintenance release, bug fix or modified form of the Software Product that performs comparable or improved functionality and that is not an Upgrade.
Any new version or major release (e.g., 2.0 to 3.0) of the Software Product, including any changes to the Software Product that (a) substantially increase the speed, efficiency or ease of use of the Software Product or (b) add additional capabilities to, or otherwise improve the functions of, the Software Product.