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referral

Recommending a particular broker to someone. Brokers may legally pay referral fees,but only to other brokers.

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With Good Influence B2B marketers can quickly begin leveraging referral marketing to drive new opportunities.
Remember that you are looking for trends related to individual referral sources such as a hospital, physicians office or home healthcare agency.
The special committee had recommended that lawyers be prohibited from sending a client to, say, a medical clinic operated by the referral service for the incident that created the referral to the lawyer due to conflicts of interest concerns.
Here are some other key highlights of the Employee Referral Index 2013 survey:
It is often said that the best way to get a referral is to give one, but what an attorney does after giving a referral can help ensure a mutually beneficial relationship.
executive vice president and chief ambulatory services officer at University Health System, the combination of software and referral criteria have been a win-win for both primary care physicians and specialists.
The referral amount needs to be sufficiently interesting to elicit participation.
If you consider a referral a favor or a risk, you have probably asked the referral question with what I call "begging and pleading" comments, such as:
Dr John Peters, a consultant physician at the University Hospital of Wales, in Cardiff, and the senior adviser for clinical informatics, said: "Timeliness is a very big issue because we can lose several days with the Royal Mail and in terms of where the referral is directed to.