I watched this video recently and found it to be out of date. For instance, there are numerous references to paragraphs, subparagraphs, etc. that do not exist in the new health care law. I cannot say whether or not certain restrictions will be imposed and if certain changes will be made to our health care but the video does little to help me understand the issues since I'm not able to cross-reference the items mentioned in the video to the law that was signed by President Obama.
After watching the video (sometime last month) I spent the better part of a day researching the subject of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). While there are many open issues regarding PPACA this video does little to answer those questions. IMO the video is a scare tactic. I'm not in favor of PPACA because I think there are much better solutions to ensuring all U.S. citizens have health care insurance. However, this video is out of date and there are better videos out there on the subject.
On a related subject I suggest anyone interested in health care reform check into various forms of consumer driven health care. Some other countries have this (no not Canada and not England).
I realize not everyone will spend 2-1/2 hours watching a video hosted by Harvard Business School professor Regina Herzlinger,but it does a much better job explaining the current situation of health care and health care insurance (these are separate subjects to a great degree) and how to fix the problems.
A much shorter video captures some of the issues we face. Unfortunately, PPACA does not solve the problems.