You have to ask this question not only because it demands an answer but also because it looks like a cover up. . .
What if the man who presented with Ebola symptoms at a hospital in Texas was denied treatment because he had no insurance?
That would make a big difference right?
You bet it would and the hospital needs to pay and pay a big price for what they have done.
This was not a communication issue, this was a systematic ignoring of those patients that have no insurance.
When you go to an Emergency room and do not have insurance you are not going to get medical attention at least not the kind of medical attention that someone that has medical insurance will get.
It does not (allegedly) matter if you have Ebola or not.
This is an outrage and must be addressed.