credential

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İngilizce - Türkçe
delil
ehliyet
itimatname
vekaletname
itimatname gibi evrak
itimat sebebi
kimlik kartı
credentialed
belgeli
credentials
referans

Referanslarınız nedir? - What are your credentials ?

Bir koro şefi olarak iyi referansları vardı. - He has good credentials as a conductor.

credentials
güven belge
credentials
kimlik
credentials
vesika
credentials
hüviyet vesikası
credentials
(Ticaret) referans mektubu
credentials
tanıtma belgesi
credentials
sicil
credentials
(Bilgisayar) kimlik bilgisi
credentials
(Bilgisayar) kimlik bilgileri
credentials
itimatname
credentials
güven belgesi
credentialing
yeterlik belgesi vermek
credentials
güven mektubu
eco-credential
Ekolojik çevrenin onayını alan, (ekolojik) çevreye uygun, (ekolojik) çevreye zarar vermeyen

Nowadays, consumers prefer items that have longevity and eco-credentials.

credentials
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credentials
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İngilizce - İngilizce
Documentary evidence that a person has certain status or privileges

May I see your credentials, please?.

of, pertaining to or entitling to credit or authority
To furnish with [[#Noun|credentials]]
That which gives a title to credit or confidence
A degree, certificate or award which recognizes a course of study taken in a certain area, and acknowledges the skills, knowledge and competencies acquired An example is a teaching credential
{s} warranting confidence, that guarantees credit
A claim made by one agent about another
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Documentary evidence of ones entitlement to credit or authority etc
a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
{i} document attesting a person's abilities and qualifications (i.e. references, letters of recommendation); certification; document proving the identity of a person; letter of introduction handed by a government to an ambassador before a new position
{f} (Canada and USA) provide credentials
Giving a title or claim to credit or confidence; accrediting
Certificate or diploma that certifies that a student has met the training requirements for a particular career, job, or skill In some instances, a credential is "portable," meaning that the credential is accepted any geographic location that a student may chose to live; e g , high school diploma
VARCHAR2(18) Credential passed by the proxy for the client (if any)
Teaching Credential programs are offered by the College of Education to teach in elementary or secondary school Visit the School of Teacher Education to see which undergraduate majors are most suitable for prospective teachers School of Teacher Education Room: Education 100 Tel: (619) 594-6131
Much like a photo ID or birth certificate, electronic credentials (certificates) are recognized as proof of a party's identity and security level
• Evidence or documentation concerning a person’s credibility, professionalism or authority as an expert in a given field
A certificate, diploma, or other type of evidence that a person has completed specific requirements determined by a provider
The document issued to a staff member by the state (or agency or organization authorized by the state) authorizing the holder to perform services for the school or system "Certificate," "license," or "permit" are examples of terms frequently used interchangeably with "credential "
Testimonials showing that a person is entitled to credit, or has right to exercise official power, as the letters given by a government to an ambassador or envoy, or a certificate that one is a duly elected delegate
A license or document issued by the Coast Guard to an individual that has demonstrated appropriate requirements
A set of access permissions [X969][x969] Media independent data attesting to, or establishing, the identity of an entity, such as a birth certificate, driver's license, mother's maiden name, social security number, finger print, voice print, or other biometrics [X949] (see also access control, identification)
credentials
{n} a testimonial
credentialed
someone who is credentialed is legally allowed to do a particular job, because they have done the right type of training
credentialed
{s} having documents verifying one's abilities and qualifications (i.e. references, letters of recommendation)
credentialing
Examination of a healthcare provider's qualifications to determine admittance into a participating provider network or receipt of clinical privileges at a hospital
credentialing
An examination of a health care provider's credentials to determine if they should be granted clinical privileges at a health care facility or with a managed care organization
credentialing
The process of reviewing a practitioners credentials, i e , training, experience, or demonstrated ability, for the purpose of determining if criteria for clinical privileges are met
credentialing
The examination of a healthcare professional's credentials, practice history and medical certification or license
credentialing
A formal process to review and evaluate the qualifications of licensed health care practitioners to provide services to a health care organization's members
credentialing
The process of obtaining, reviewing and verifying a provider's credentials - the documentation related to licenses, certifications, training and other qualifications - for the purpose of determining whether the provider meets the Managed Care Organization's preestablished criteria for participation in the network
credentialing
A review of a health care provider's credentials to determine if the provider is entitled to deliver services within a defined scope or practice at a particular institution or managed care organization
credentialing
A process of review to include and/or maintain a provider as a participating provider in a given MCO network return to previous page
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The process that health plans use to ensure that health care providers and institutions meet certain minimum competency and malpractice coverage requirements Typically, plans verify a professional’s medical license, board certification (if any), malpractice history, and educational background
credentialing
The process of reviewing a provider's licenses, certifications, insurance, malpractice history, etc Mercy Health Plans credentials every provider in its network
credentialing
The process used by health insurance companies to examine and verify the medical qualifications of health care providers who want to participate in the PPO or HMO network
credentialing
The review process of health care providers to examine the license, certification, evidence of malpractice insurance and history, and includes information given by the provider as well as by other organizations and individuals Back to Top
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A process of checking a practitioner's references and documenting his/her credentials, including training, experience demonstrated ability, licensure verification, malpractice insurance, etc Credentialing is carried out by both hospitals and managed care organizations to ensure that only qualified practitioners with current, demonstrated competence have practice privileges at the hospital or other type health care facility, and that they practice within the range of their expertise and abilities
credentialing
A systematic approach to assessing a provider's qualifications and record on issues relating to professional competence and conduct This includes a review of relevant training, academic background, experience, licensure, certification and/or registration to practice in a health care field
credentialing
most common use of the term refers to obtaining and reviewing the documentation of professional providers Such documentation includes licensure, certifications, evidence of malpractice insurance and malpractice history Generally includes both reviewing information furnished by the provider and verification that the information is correct and complete
credentialing
The process of determining eligibility for hospital or PHO of medical staff membership and privileges to be granted to physicians Credentials and performance are periodically reviewed, which could result in a doctor's privileges being denied, modified, or withdrawn
credentialing
– the process of reviewing ad verifying a practitioner’s credentials, including training, experience, licensing, or demonstrated ability to determine if criteria for clinical privileging are met
credentialing
The recognition of professional or technical competence The credentialing process may include registration, certification, licensure, professional association membership, or the award of a degree in the field Certification and licensure affect the supply of health personnel by controlling entry into practice and influence the stability of the labor force by affecting geographic distribution, mobility, and retention of workers Credentialing also determines the quality of personnel by providing standards for evaluating competence and by defining the scope of functions and how personnel may be used
credentialing
The review process used by an insurer or health plan to determine which health care providers are qualified to provide services to health plan members Items such as the provider's license, certification, malpractice insurance, and history are examined
credentialing
A process to review the qualifications of a health care provider who participates in a health care delivery system Specific pre-determined criteria are applied to determine whether the provider should be granted initial and ongoing participation in a plan
credentialing
the process of reviewing potential teachers' qualifications and issuing licenses to teach See Certification, License
credentialing
This involves approving a provider based on certain criteria to provide or participate in a health plan (H)
credentialing
The process of reviewing a practitioner's academic, clinical and professional ability as demonstrated in the past to determine if criteria for clinical privileges are met
credentialing
The review and verification process used to determine the current clinical competence of a provider and whether the provider meets the MCO's preestablished criteria for participation in the network
credentials
a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
credentials
In the healthcare industry credentials means the education, licensure, and professional history of a healthcare provider
credentials
plural of credential
credentials
Someone's credentials are a letter or certificate that proves their identity or qualifications. Britain's new ambassador to Lebanon has presented his credentials to the President
credentials
A ticket plus the secret session key necessary to successfully use that ticket in an authentication exchange
credentials
Something that provides a basis for credit or confidence
credentials
formal documents issued by an institution once a student has met the institution's requirements for completion of a particular program or course that has a minimum of 60 Student Contact Hours (SCHs) of instruction (or course hour equivalent activity) and an evaluative component These may be certificates, diplomas or degrees, including advanced and post-baccalaureate diplomas, associate degrees or baccalaureate degrees
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(Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
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A general term for privilege attribute data that has been certified by a trusted privilege certification authority The DCE authorization protocol implements credentials as Privilege Attribute Certificates (PACs)
credentials
Basic identifying information about a user or application, used for single sign-in and authorization In the Passport architecture, a user's credentials are the sign-in name and password that are submitted to the Passport Login server
credentials
documentary evidence of someones right to credit or authority, especially such a document given to an ambassador by a country
credentials
The user name and password, globally unique ID (GUID), or client certificate whereby a user's identity is authenticated (P&M)
credentials
{i} documents verifying a person's abilities and qualifications (i.e. references, letters of recommendation)
credentials
Data that is transferred to establish the claimed identity of an entity
credentials
Someone's credentials are their previous achievements, training, and general background, which indicate that they are qualified to do something. her credentials as a Bach specialist I can testify to the credentials of the clientele
credentials
Data that is transferred to establish a claimed principal identity
credentials
Information describing the security attributes (identity and/or privileges)
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Security information (for example, user ID, permission bits, etc ) that indicates whether the requester has permission to access a file
credentials
A general term for privilege attribute data that has been certified by a trusted privilege certification authority In DCE credentials are implemented as Privilege Attribute Certificates (PACs) See also Privilege Attribute Certificate
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Either the published information consultancies provide doe prospective clients or an initial no-cost presentation of the consultancy's capabilities
credentials
The information describing the security attributes of a principal
credential

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    krıdenşıl

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    /krəˈdensʜəl/ /krəˈdɛnʃəl/

    Etimoloji

    [ kri-'den(t)-sh&l ] (adjective.) 15th century. From Medieval Latin credentialis (“giving authority”), from credentia (“trust”)

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    ... say is there a way to credential them so that they can go ...
    ... let's give them a certification, let's give them a credential ...

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