Physicians seek and desire a free market solution, in their eyes- a simpler, more direct, more convenient, more confidential, more private, less intrusive, and far less costly solution - than government commandeered care.
This divorce comes in the form of something called direct pay independent 3rd party free practice, or free market care. Under this arrangement, physicians will be paid directly for the work they do at the point of care without 3rd party involvement. They will be paid directly by patients or by employers for the services they perform, not for complying with regulations concocted by others.
Why not cannot health care insurance be more like automobile insurance, with patients paying for gas and routine maintenance, with high deductibles and catastrophic insurance covering serious accidents and illnesses. Why not divorce routine primary care from health insurance, from 3rd party surveillance and regulatory control, just as in other free market transactions?
After the divorce proceedings are concluded, physicians will be free, free at last, to practice as their conscience and patient needs and training dictate, rather than what and how and when the government, health plans, and physician employers mandate.