The capital may come from self-funded business who want to cut their expenses while offering their patients direct care to local physicians.
It is more likely to come from a coalition of forces. One of these forces is likely to be businesses offering health savings accounts, with contracts and contacts with local direct independent practitioners, including specialitsts, and new relationships with local and regional banks, who would profit from administering funds for HSAs. It is more likely come from a coalition of forces demanding realistic change.
We live in an age of coalitions. Obama has mobilized a “coalition of the ascendant” – minorities, young people, single women, and college-educated cultural elites. Opposing them is a gathering and building of a “coalition of the disappointed” - the shrinking middle class, the unemployed, the uninsured, the working insured, and primary care physicians – none of whom can afford ObamaCare.
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