>insurance company does what insurance companies do and refuses to pay
what you're really saying is that you got btfo and think pointing out the flag that did it would somehow redeem you in a sense
>I'm so oblivious about how my healthcare system works that I think I don't have insurance
>let me tell you about your healthcare
If only. .. i have american friends that had to pay 8K USD for a broken arm...8000 $
I could get the best plastic surgery with that money
>before he was diagnosed with cancer
literally the first episode
I actually lived in the USA for a while and have a lot of american friends, i think i can talk about American society.
Then be more explicit , thought you meant personal insurance.
The American Healthcare system doesn't really have a quality problem; it's one of the best in the world at delivering good care. It's above average in most areas.
What we have is a cost problem and an access problem with both of them interacting to make each other worse.
There are 101 reasons and more why the system is so costly with everything under the book that you can think of having a sizable to small negative effect; it all adds up to one big fucking mess. This also means that there's no one thing that will fix the system like a panacea.
Have you even seen the show? Walt was offered by Eliot and Gretchen to have his treatment paid for in full, but he refused because of muh pride. Also he cooked meth to secure his family's future after he dies, not to pay medical bills.