Instead of just flagging this question for closing as "unclear what you are asking" (which I did), I will also provide an answer to show why this is so, in the hope that the OP will rework their question.
First, there are two totally different questions here. The one is in the title:
"Is healthcare equal in the emergency room?"
Ignoring the sensationalist flavor of the wording, this is "too broad" a question, because, even as the OP themselves acknowledge, the answer may differ from country to country, depending on the healthcare system and the laws of the country.
Then, there is the second (apparent) question:
"Depending on your financial status does the level of care differ in a
hospital where if you don't pay you die?"
But this is not really a question, because it is already answered by itself: if we start by the premise that we are in a hospital where "if we don't pay we die", then it follows that the level of care we receive will depend on our financial status and our ability to pay. So nothing to answer here.