Say you are in China, a country where you have to pay for health care. What happens if you are traveling and you become unconscious and you have no form of identification on you. Would they leave you to die?
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Keep in mind, this is purely anecdotal.
A few months back I went to China with a small group for an exchange program at my university. We (students) would teach some classes at a university there. One of the other students got seriously ill and had to be taken to hospital. He needed treatment immediately. He didn't have his insurance on him or it could not be verified at that time. They refused to treat him until they had money in hand. Our university decided to front the bill of 6000 euro and got that back from his insurance later.
Bottom line, it doesn't matter who you are, as long as you have money or friends with money.