Your provider may have to drop coverage. There are too many mandates. ....eventually Companies will find that paying the tax penalty is better than having a healthcare plan. As soon as a competitor drops their healthcare plan and lowers their costs and prices because of it....your company may have to do the same or be out of business. You will then go on the Government system. You won't have your own. It will be a "one payer system" and because of this.....that one payer will decide care and benefits through a Government run healthcare. It won't be personal for you or your family. If you worked hard and stayed in a company in order to maintain a good plan for you and your family...it will no longer matter. You will be lumped in with the "millions" who did not do the same as you. You will also get in line behind "the new millions" of people, competing for care.
The prices will sky rocket because just like in any other "non-competive" Government run situation drug companies, hospitals etc will know that the Government is paying regardless of price. The tax payers will simply pay more. The results of this will not matter to the "rich". Just like in Europe the very rich will still have private doctors in which they will pay cash. They will still have their surgeries and care ahead of the rest of us. It is the middle class that will see their care decrease and their taxes go up.
It would have been a lot easier and "right" just to set up more Government run clinics for the 30 million without care instead of "touching my healthcare". But there is a "big Government' mentality right now that says "they know better"...
Those that own Section 8 apartment buildings can attest to the above concept.
Section 8 pays more than the market will bear in a retail market.
Govt has a few rules to follow and sends the check the first of the month every month.