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giving or able to give help or support

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furnishing added support

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If a group of physicians own an ancillary joint venture and also is large enough to control referrals of the entire hospital staff, then under complete patient myopia, all referrals can be channeled to the physician-owned joint venture.
Beginning the ancillary discussion at this point makes the employer revisit what they will spend on benefits; if the budget was tight on major medical, they'll likely decide to skip ancillary.
The obvious reason for airlines to push the ancillary business is that it's a high-margin category as compared to ticket sales.
The C4HCO ancillary benefits financial projections show that the program would try to focus on selling ancillary products in the spring and summer, when major medical sales were slow.
Ancillary used to be an afterthought for some brokers.
"The revenue we gain from the new telecom contract is amazing--our best ancillary service stream company-wide," Parker says.
Critique: Extraordinarily well written, organized and presented, "Understanding and Negotiating 360 Ancillary Rights Deals" is a comprehensive course of instruction that will prove invaluable for recording artists and musicians when dealing with record companies, other professionals, and corporate entities in order to establish the most financially beneficial relationships with respect to their careers.
Ancillary networks encompassing supplemental coverage areas outside of general care, such as diagnostic services, durable medical equipment or physical therapy, are not groundbreaking advancements in the insurance industry.
Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines will also adopt Amadeus Airline Ancillary Services, a comprehensive, multi-channel solution that is compliant with industry standards, to distribute ancillary services through their website in the first half of 2014.
The airline's new Australian partner, Qantas, topped the table for the largest ancillary revenue per passenger in 2012, at $56.21.
Dubai: Ancillary revenue, or revenue from non-ticket sources in the airline industry, is reported to have grown to EoAeu18.23 billion last year, according to the Amadeus Review of Ancillary Revenue Results for 2011.
Ancillary revenue grew to $22.6 billion in 2011, a rise of 66 percent in two years.
The new GBTA Ancillary Fees Handbook might help to ease the pain for frequent travelers Ancillary fees are a pain in the budget.
AMADEUS, a leading travel technology partner and transaction processor for the global travel and tourism industry, has announced the launch of the world's first interline electronic miscellaneous document (EMD) link to facilitate payment for and the delivery of ancillary services across airline partnerships and alliances.
Consulting organisation IdeaWorks and transaction processor Amadeus on Wednesday announced that the airline industry's ancillary revenues have increased in 2011.