Identification of the Agreement:
The requirements of the sample contract can consider to be the parties’ competence legality. This is because, the contract projects how the customers and the venders are needed to maintain their conditional approaches and what actual role they are needed to be played in attaining success of the project.
Evaluation of the Business Association Requirements Fulfilled:
The contract successfully addresses the HIPAA Business Associate requirements which helps in delineating the stratgical policies (Palvia et al. 2010). The conditions set in this case are completely identical which helps in managing the conditional attributes and problems.
Whether All Required Elements Are Present:
The contract format follows all the necessary elements and attains significance for the researcher. After going through the contract analysis, it is clear that almost all of the required elements have been kept together for maintaining more viability of the contract. Competency of all the required policies are essentially handled and managed (Goodman et al. 2011). How and in what situation the contract is viable for both the vendor and the customer is mentioned in this context. Upon the successful application of these strategies, it appears to be helpful to manage the documentation. The areas of restriction is also sophistically elaborated in context of the contract work. Even the conditions for all of these approaches are elaborately discussed in this contract. Application of essential attributes is helpful for the conditional development of the ethical practices (Whitten, Chakrabarty & Wakefield, 2010). This contract approach states how the possible attributes are maintained and managed. How the software approaches are needed to maintained is also discussed in the context of the contract.
Format of the Essay:
The current format of the essay has apparently fulfilled all the criterions needed to be managed and applied in context of dealing. The contract covers all the people who seems to be the beneficiaries. Approaches of this essay is significant and intrinsic which helps in managing the ethical approaches (Mooi & Ghosh, 2010). Though the write up quality of the contract is not so much sophisticated, but, one can easily understand all the necessary approaches. Legislative approaches are essentially managed and applied which enables in understanding the ethical approaches. Both the customers and vendors get satisfied in this approach. Delineation of the policies is significant and can be easily understood. The format of the essay is significant which helps eliminating all the ethical and sectional attributes.
After conducting the analysis and review of the different approaches, it is clear proprietary and confidential approaches are significantly managed. More clearance and viability of the approaches, if would have been maintained, it may have been better. Specific services provided by the vendors to the customers were needed to be mentioned which would able to control and avoid different problems. The negligence of the vendor towards the customer is to significantly manage. Payment structure is depicted in the contract, but if the specified structured is missed who would be the steps to be taken, is no way specified. Application of these approaches may have been significant for the contract.
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