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ancillary benefits

Benefits for miscellaneous hospital charges.
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More employers are offering ancillary benefit plans, including hospital indemnity coverage, as a way to add financial certainty for employees, especially with more than 80 percent of employers now offering consumer-directed health plans.
Speaking at the launch of the programme, Tariq Al Gurg, chief executive officer of Dubai Cares, said: "We believe, through this programme, that we can significantly affect the country's educational environment while also providing an ancillary benefit by contributing to the local economy.
In turn, this has the ancillary benefit of making it simpler for future corporate debt obligations to be addressed through court-based restructurings, rather than through a sovereign bail-out, reducing the pressure on Dubai to continue offering financial support to corporate entities, and on Abu Dhabi to accede to further financial pressures in the neighbouring emirate".
An ancillary benefit of the hybrid-electric vehicles is improved fuel economy and less reliance on oil, natural gas and other fossil fuels.
One significant ancillary benefit of the proposed regulations, he said, is that taxpayers have been compelled to reexamine their transfers of intellectual property and have come forward to the Treasury Department to discuss how their CSAs are affected by the new rules.
Table 7 provides a summary of provincial PV ancillary benefit estimates from each policy option.
Identification of this ancillary benefit on blood glucose control constitutes an important new observation, since fully one in four chronic angina patients also has diabetes, noted Dr.
As an ancillary benefit, the spike systems also will enable the USGS to re-measure the isotopic composition of atmospheric argon and calculate a new atomic weight for argon.
Davis wouldn't put so much cash on the line just to pique Diller, but one pundit says he might consider it "a really neat ancillary benefit.
The employer is able to continue to provide a basic medical program, and the employee is not forced to help subsidize all the ancillary benefit areas--formerly part of a comprehensive benefit package--in order to get the medical coverage they want most.
Sure, people come here to see the astounding variety of fish and coral beneath the ocean's surface - whether via scuba, snorkel or glass-bottom boat - but it doesn't take long for guests to gain an appreciation for an ancillary benefit of a stay here: total, blissful solitude.
Among the exchanges currently operated by CHOICE Administrators are the CaliforniaChoice([R]) small group (2-50 employees) and mid-market (51-199 employees) private exchanges currently serving more than 10,000 employers and more than 150,000 members; HSA California; Choice Builder, the nation's first ancillary benefit exchange; and Quotit, one of the nation's largest individual/family proposal and online enrollment systems that generated 22 million individual health quotes in 2011.