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Confinement or Hospitalization
- A person is said to be confined or hospitalized if he is admitted in a hospital as a registered bed patient for at least twelve (12) hours.
Custodial or Maintenance Care
- Care furnished primarily to provide room and board (which may or may not include nursing care, training, personal hygiene, and other forms of self or supervisory care); or care furnished to a person who is physically or mentally disabled or both; and,
- 1. Who is not under any specific medical, surgical or psychiatric treatment to reduce the existing disability to the extent medically necessary to enable the patient to live outside an institution providing such care; or,
- 2. When despite such treatment, there is no reasonable possibility that the disability will be reduced or diminished.