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Ancillary

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To study relationship between firm's size and efficiency of ancillaries of RCF in Punjab.
Among ancillaries, the strongest gains are forecast for anti-reflective coatings, as these materials can extend the practical limits of existing photoresists by improving resolution and depth of focus.
Three of the components--nursing, non-case-mix therapy and the non-case-mix component--are combined into a single category: routine and nonrehab ancillaries. To fill in these blanks, the facility component data are used to calculate ratios for each of the routine and ancillary services, as shown in Table 4.
This launch represents both companies first implementation of NDC technology standards for ancillaries sold through a global distribution system (GDS).
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 17, 2014-Sabre travel marketplace provides seamless booking of Virgin Australia ancillaries
As ancillaries become an increasingly larger portion of sales, airlines need tools that enable them to better understand, plan for and manage these critical revenues.
An association survey in 2005 found that "ancillaries," taken as a whole, were the largest part of a publisher's income--leading to the most recent new name--although I suspect the respondents probably over-represented the larger, more diversified firms.
These generally involved the high cost of non-therapy ancillaries, inadequate reimbursement for high-acuity residents, calculation of the federal and transition rates, and questions regarding the Part B add-on.
Providers have two options in billing for these ancillaries. Option 1: The supplier provides services "under arrangements" where the supplier bills the facility and the facility "marks up" the service and bills the Medicare program.
Tenders are invited for Supply of IT and laboratory equipment, software, and ancillaries for the State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service of Ukraine.