Confining Condition

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DEFINITION of 'Confining Condition'

An adverse health condition that confines an individual to his or her home or a medical facility such as a hospital or nursing home. Health insurance policy rates take note of individual records and family records of historic confining conditions.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Confining Condition'

Confining conditions are often used in health insurance plans as a breakpoint for coverage. Some plans will not reimburse for treatments and/or procedures until a specific medical condition has become a confining condition.

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