affiliation


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  • noun

Synonyms for affiliation

Synonyms for affiliation

Synonyms for affiliation

a social or business relationship

the act of becoming formally connected or joined

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The disparity in mortality rates by affiliation status is smaller than the disparity in treatment rates, and the patterns less pronounced, but still present.
Our affiliation with Grubb & Ellis gives our professionals access to the Grubb & Ellis infrastructure of proven world-class processes and solutions," said Mark Rippe, president and CEO of Grubb & Ellis/West Shell Commercial.
The first objective is achieved by amending the Glass-Steagall Act and the Bank Holding Company Act to permit financial affiliations and broader financial activities.
In addition, Menendez found six Easter Orthodox Christians, 30 members who belong to a variety of smaller religious organizations, and seven who claim no religious affiliation.
Alvarez & Marsal, the leading independent global professional services firm, and McGrath Nicol + Partners, the leading independent corporate advisory and restructuring firm in Australia and New Zealand, have entered into a strategic affiliation agreement.
Based on his preliminary reading of the opinion, Principal Deputy County Counsel Victor Wright said he doesn't believe it will affect the county jail system because the Sheriff's Department doesn't segregate by race - but rather by gang affiliation, type of crime, propensity for violence or escape, sexual orientation and other factors.
MTNA President Phyllis Pieffer, NCTM, presented a plaque recognizing the Oklahoma Music Teachers Association (OMTA) for its fifty years of affiliation with MTNA at its state convention.
The Leach bill would authorize the affiliation of banks and securities firms as well as permit banks to have affiliates engaged in most other financial activities.
This new affiliation will enable us to bring a greater level of service to our current institutional clients, while tapping into a broader range of prospective clients here and abroad.
ATLANTA -- MedAssets Supply Chain Systems announced today a new affiliation with Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC), a membership and service association comprised of more than 140 member hospitals and health care organizations.
May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- A new survey from Noblis Health Innovation, a leading non-profit advisory firm to health providers, found that in the context of the current economic crisis, nearly a third of hospitals are "much more interested" in affiliation than a year ago.
Two state MTAs recently were recognized for their years of affiliation with MTNA.
While the finances of the nonprofit medical center have seen a boost in the past few months, he said, an affiliation with the county hospital will help serve the Santa Clara Valley.
Wechsler, who was firm in his belief that the matter was private, said "For a variety of reasons, the affected real estate board members voted to terminate our organization's affiliation with the association and we hope that NAR and REBNY will continue to take similar positions on public policy issues of mutual concern in the future.
Officials for financially strapped Santa Paula Memorial Hospital said Wednesday that one of the options they were considering was an affiliation with another hospital, possibly Community Memorial in Ventura.