"There are elements of the law that really shift costs on to the private sector. Those are difficult to deal with especially in this economy," said Bellin Health President/CEO George Kerwin.
But one group, "Physicians for Responsible Government" (PRG) fear "Obamacare" will go the way of health care north of the border.
"In America today if I'm diagnosed with prostate cancer, there a hundred-percent chance, almost a hundred percent chance, I'll be alive five-years from now. If I'm in Canada, I'm lucky if it's an 85-percent chance," said Dr. Jim Napier.
PRG members believe heath care reform will stifle medical innovations.
"Private industry and investors invested in this technology. And they created laporoscopy technology that's the standard practice right now that has patients coming in and going home the same day," said Dr. Saied Assef.
But some health care executives say the "Center of Medicare/Medicaid Innovation", which is funded by the Affordable Health Care Act is working.
"We're really coming up with very innovative ways of improving the health of that population, while at the same time moderating the increase in the cost of care," Kerwin said.
Local 5's Terry Kovarik has the story.