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buy-in

Managed care
A term referring to the arrangements that States make for paying Medicare premiums on behalf of those they are required or choose to cover.

Medspeak
The purchasing of a portion of a group practice as a vehicle for becoming one of the partners in the practice.

buy-In

Medical practice The purchasing of a portion of a group practice as a vehicle for becoming one of the partners in the practice
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Burgis & Bullock Corporate Finance advises business owners, directors, and management teams on acquisitions, company sales, management buy-outs and buy-ins, and the raising of finance.
Playing at tables with higher buy-ins earns more points than at lower buy-in tables.
These games require buy-ins ranging from $100-$300.
Professor Mike Wright said he remained optimistic the number of deals would increase - reflecting a rise in fund raising that would fuel private-equity backed management buy-out and buy-ins during the year.
The firm said, 'Macro-economic and demographic factors are set to drive demand, and Rothesay Life expects there to be further long term expansion in pension insurance buyouts and buy-ins.
Outside of the Main Event, the UKIPT will host a series of exciting side events with smaller buy-ins and alternative rules, such as No Limit Hold'em Turbo which is played over a series of hours rather than days.
HSBC's Ed White said: "Although management buy-ins are not as commonplace as they once were, we are seeing an increase in interest in this area.
The legal requirements in key areas such as discretionary benefits; partial Buy-ins and the role of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF)
He has over 10 years of experience in corporate finance relating to acquisitions, disposals, management buy-out/management buy-ins, investments and distressed business acquisition.
C4 said that ending the deal next year will - together with the end of Big Brother - free up more cash for original programming and US buy-ins.
And as long as STV are making new drama, it should mean less fewer second-rate US buy-ins.
Qualifiers start from as little as $6, and the package covers travel expenses, seven nights' accommodation in the Caesars Palace hotel and buy-ins to three satellites for the World Series of Poker main event.