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The state Department of Corrections may authorize an “extraordinary medical placement” for an inmate when
(1) the inmate has a medical condition that requires costly care or treatment;
(2) the inmate poses a low risk because of age or illness;
and (3) the placement will save the state money.
An inmate sentenced to death or life imprisonment without the possibility of parole is not eligible for the placement. Prisoners released through this program must be electronically monitored, unless the monitoring equipment interferes with the inmate’s medical equipment or results in loss of funding for the inmate’s medical care. So yes it is possible under these circumstances.
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