bundled service

bundled service

A term of art used in managed care systems for one of a group of specialty and ancillary services provided to an enrolled group or insured population by a group of associated providers.
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In addition, business customers who opt for the bundled service also receive the Windstream Lifetime Price Guarantee, and the price for their bundled service will not increase, even after the expiration of the service term.
Compliance and trusteeship is usually part of a bundled service package.
As we went through this process, it become increasingly clear that a bundled service approach offered significant benefits both to the company and to plan participants.
Three bundled service options are available Jeppesen Services Suite for IFD540, Jeppesen Services Suite Plus IFR for IFD540 and Jeppesen Services Suite Plus VFR for IFD540, depending on customer requirements.
Jeppesen, a part of Boeing Digital Aviation, and Pacific Coast Avionics now offer Jeppesen s industry-leading NavData and charting information in bundled service options.
SharperLending is the first bundled service provider to offer credit restoration services in addition to credit reports currently offered through XpertOnline.
The bundled service strategy positions the company to offset the revenue lost by access line erosion.
Promotions for this service will be included as part of RCN's strategic bundled service offerings.
The bundled service platform offers all the leading products and services from a secure website, with comprehensive data capture and storage, automated workflow management, and technology based on web services and XML.
Service providers in both industries are committed to bundled service packages as a way to grow their share of residential spending.
According to IDC, new technologies and strategic partnerships are two factors that will drive growth and allow the major cable and telecom providers to offer a greater variety of bundled service packages.