Hospitalized for treatment of an emergency or life-threatening condition,

Hospitalized for treatment of an emergency or life-threatening condition, as used in section 202(3)(A)(ii), has the following meaning: Hospitalized for treatment means an individual was admitted to a hospital as an inpatient for medical treatment. Treatment is for an emergency or life threatening condition if determined to be such by the hospital officials or attending physician that provide the treatment for a medical condition existing upon or arising after hospitalization. For purposes of this definition, the term medical treatment refers to the application of any remedies which have the objective of effecting a cure of the emergency or life-threatening condition. Once an emergency condition or a life-threatening condition has been determined to exist by the hospital officials or attending physician, the status of the individual as so determined shall remain unchanged until release from the hospital.

Source

20 CFR § 615.2


Scoping language

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