A report from the Health and Human Services' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) further supports the notion that full disclosure
and apologies are effective: 36 states have enacted legislation that precludes a health practitioner's apology from being used in a negligence or malpractice lawsuit, the AHRQ report notes.
7] SPC Benchmark I Full Disclosure
Report, IBM Corporation, IBM Power 780 (Current as of 4/Il 12013)
The ultimate victim here is full disclosure
applies the internal rate of return method to current illustrated accumulation values and current death benefits measured at policy durations of 30 years, dependent on age combination.
The Police Commission should think hard about what a full disclosure
rule will but mostly won't do.
Perhaps the most important manifestation is the call for full disclosure
following an adverse event.
For purposes of corporate tax return compliance activities, recent developments suggest the wisdom of avoiding hide-the-ball strategies in preparing tax returns and instead making straight forward presentations in the return and erring on the side of full disclosure
of all reportable transactions.
Some foundation directors fear that full disclosure
will discourage generosity.
Concerning your editorial, "Embracing Scrutiny," in the October issue of EHP [Environ Health Perspect 112:A788 (2004)], the need for full disclosure
of all potential conflicts of interest by all coauthors contributing to a publication in EHP is commendable and obviously needed.
This duty includes the obligation to make full disclosure
to the other spouse of all material facts and information regarding the existence, characterization and valuation of all assets in which the community has or may have an interest; debts for which the community is or may be liable; and to provide equal access to all information, records and books that pertain to the value and character of those assets and debts, upon request.
And there's less than full disclosure
of incidents of food poisoning, communicable illnesses and sexual assault on these pleasure vessels.
Although some board members predict large potential losses because of the new policy, others expect that firms will agre e to full disclosure
as more and more public funds demand it.