I haven't seen a thread about patient dumping lately: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/man-captures-video-of-patient-dumping-outside-baltimore-hospital/ For profit hospitals have long sought ways to get rid of uninsured patients. This shameful incident has a hidden agenda; universal healthcare. I myself as an EMT have been ordered to transfer a woman with a non existent hand injury to the city/county hospital. She couldn't tolerate the 5 mile drive and I had to start CPR. Hospitals are pictured as places of hope and caring. But if it's a private/for profit hospital and you don't have insurance, you could be put out wearing only a hospital gown in below freezing conditions. It even happened to me when I was working in San Angelo, Texas. Fever, constricting chest pain, but no insurance. Out the door I went. Fortunately another hospital put me in the cardiac unit for a week for pericarditis. America needs and deserves universal health care. Big Medical Businesses will encourage scare tactics to protect their profits. How many people need die before the right to life includes healthcare?