Insurance Term - Domiciliary HospitalizationDomiciliary Hospitalization is the treatment of the patient taken at home due to lack of accommodation in the hospital/nursing home or the patient’s condition being such that he/she cannot be shifted to the hospital for medical management. Domiciliary hospitalization is made possible, based on the treating physician or doctor’s recommendations based on the merits of each case.
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