"#57- yeah and I still know more about this than most here.
#60 | POSTED BY PROLIX247"
No, you don't. You think emergency rooms must provide "basic care," when in fact EMTALA requires them to provide emergency, life-saving care. Basic care, such as preventive care, is not required.
Plus, even if an emergency room saves an uninsured person's life, it can then bill the the uninsured person for the care, even if they can't afford it. (In other words, force them into bankruptcy.) So, bottom line, you don't know ----.