This PSA is too late for many, but it is something to keep in mind when entering any healthcare facility for any reason. This is a persistent lie that existed before COVID and has been used and abused in order to terrify patients into acquiescing to the deadly (and lucrative) COVID protocols.
Thanks for sharing. The article you linked to does say this about Medicare/Medicaid: A survey of nearly 50,000 patient medical records from the University of Chicago Medicine found that, of 453 patients who had left against medical advice, not a single patient was denied insurance coverage for their care due to their discharge decision. It’s worth noting that the majority of these patients had government-funded health insurance through Medicare and/or Medicaid.
It’s knowing the “little things” like this that empowers one to make good decisions. Thank you Kathryn ❤️
Thank you so much for sharing this valuable information!
Much appreciated, and I have added it to following section of my "red pill" BeyondC19.org library:
> Help & Advocacy for Hospitalized Patients
Totally true. I went to the ER because I was sick and needed a breathing treatment (sent there by my dr.) I was waiting so long and they wanted to do all of these tests that I didn’t need so I told them I was leaving. And I did. My health insurance paid for the ER visit. Don’t let them scare you!