Operating in or provided at the home of the customer or patient: in-home shopping; an in-home nursing program. (adjective)
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Use "in-home" in a sentence
"In a 2009 study of Medicare beneficiaries, 20 percent of the almost 12 million Medicare patients who had been discharged from a hospital were re-hospitalized within 30 days, and 34 percent were re-hospitalized within 90 days.1 Doctors and insurers recognize this vulnerable time, and as a result, call in-home care agencies such as the Visiting Nurse Service of New York where I work, to assist patients and their families after hospital discharge."
"The Texas engineers began studying the idea of in-home shelters."
"A low-volume, low-activity kennel might be best, or call an in-home pet sitter."