Why hospitals really don't want to go back to pre-Obamacare days
Hospital executives know that if Obamacare is repealed and not replaced, the ranks of the uninsured will swell, and they will still be required to treat those patients.
That's why they're hit especially hard these days by the uncertainty over what will happen and when, as Republicans try to figure out how they want to get rid of the law. The biggest concerns for hospital executives: losing Medicaid payments, and having more privately insured patients who can't pay their bills because of high out-of-pocket costs. Hospitals were just getting relief from uncompensated care, and don't want those costs to rise again.