Treatment with insurance vs none

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Hi Team,

I’m trying to understand how my mother may be treated in the hospital vs someone who has insurance. She has no insurance and no Medicaid at this time. I’m working to get it for her.

She entered the hospital 3 weeks ago then they took of off oxygen, sent her home, and didn’t call in her prescriptions. Essentially my brother picked her up, she went home to bed, and she woke up in horrible shape. She went back to the ER. It took them 2 days to get her back on her medications. And now she has pneumonia, can’t walk, and can’t breath without oxygen.

Do people without insurance or Medicaid get different treatment in the hospital vs those with insurance? If so, in what ways?

Thank you 🙂

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Hi Team, I’m trying to understand how my mother may be treated in the hospital vs someone who has insurance. She has no insurance and no Medicaid at this time. I’m working to get it for her. She entered the hospital 3 weeks ago then they took of off oxygen, sent her home, and didn’t call in her prescriptions. Essentially my brother picked her up, she went home to bed, and she woke up in horrible shape. She went back to the ER. It took them 2 days to get her back on her medications. And now she has pneumonia, can’t walk, and can’t breath without oxygen. Do people without insurance or Medicaid get different treatment in the hospital vs those with insurance? If so, in what ways? Thank you 🙂
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