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Ancillary Care A term used to describe additional services performed related to care, such as lab work, X-ray and anesthesia.
Ancillary Charge Also referred to as hospital "extras" or miscellaneous hospital charges. They are supplementary to a hospital's daily room and board charge. They include such items as charges for drugs, medicines and dressings; laboratory services; x-ray examinations; and use of the operating room.
Ancillary Services Professional services by a hospital or other inpatient health program. These may include x-ray, drug, laboratory, or other services.
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Between 1985 and 2008, the black public order offense rates increased 144% for youth ages 10–12, 191% for youth ages 13–15, 216% for 16-year-olds, and 234% for youth age 17.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
For white youth and Asian youth in 2008, person offense cases were most likely to be detained (25% and 33%, respectively), followed by public order offenses (22% and 26%, respectively).
National Center for Juvenile Justice
With the exception of 10–12-year-olds, age-specific public order offense case rates for American Indian youth increased between 2000 and 2008: 18% for youth ages 13–15, 17% for 16-year-olds, and 5% for 17-year-olds. The rate for youth ages 10–12 fell 22% during this period.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
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