The Supreme Court’s upholding of virtually all of the health care reform law brought relief to Roland Goertz, M.D., chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians. But Joel Taylor, CIO at Preferred Health Partners, a large group practice in Brooklyn, has mixed feelings.

“We welcome the decision and look forward to making changes in the health care industry to benefit all Americans,” Goertz says. He notes that AAFP has supported health coverage for all individuals for more than two decades. But he was surprised at the Court opinion, believing it would be far more mixed in upholding and tossing provisions than it was.

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