1. Commit a crime and go to jail. It is considered cruel and unusual punishment to deny convicted criminals medically necessary care. This came about because of inmate outbreaks of AIDS, Hep, &TB. A few prison systems were dumping TB and Hep B ect. "undiagnosed" but infected inmates in emergency rooms. In one state, residents and emergency room physicians ended up testing positive with TB. Prison guards also started testing positive and needed to be treated. I am not sure if the physicians and guards sued. As a result of this and other infectious disease outbreaks, the court ruled that it is cruel and unusual punishment to deny prisoners access to medically necessary care, so, in many states, prisoners will be diagnosed and treated before those of us who pay for health insurance (health insurer take on infectious disease-if it is not diagnosed, then insurers don't have to pay for treatment).
2. In my state, Medicaid patients have much better access to prescription drugs than people with with overpriced employer or individual health insurance policies. NOTE: states vary, and, Medicaid is being cut by the feds, so this may change.