Ancillary


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Ancillary

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First, the major financial loss facing the physician owners of the joint venture would be from independent physicians referring more of their patients to independent ancillary service firms because they may be concerned about higher prices at the physician-controlled joint venture.
The FTE Ancillary start-up award focuses on pioneering companies, whose solutions can help airlines and airports create new revenue streams throughout the customer's journey.
Ancillary services are those capacity and energy needed to maintain stable and reliable operations of the interconnected transmission system.
In a power system, ancillary services are necessary to sustain reliability in providing service to load customers; and power interruptions could also be resolved with the "black start component" of ancillary services.
All such offers for ancillary services are subject to the approval of the Energy Regulatory Commission.
We saw from the statistics above that brokers are encouraging employers to offer ancillary benefits, but the client often often doesn't listen.
Similarly, they regret when they miss the flight," says Shilpa Bhatia, VP (Sales, Revenues and Ancillary), SpiceJet.
Managers of the state-based exchange in Hawaii were talking about setting up an ancillary benefits program there before technical problems forced the exchange to begin using the U.S.
Here is the good news about cross selling ancillary benefits, like dental and vision.
In 2014 air travelers spent an estimated $28.5 billion on ancillary options such as onboard food and beverages, checked baggage, seat assignments etc.
"We looked around at renting them, and the deal we got from our ancillary services company was 10 percent cheaper than the best we could do.
Understanding and Negotiating 360 Ancillary Rights Deals