Sigh......reimbursement rates won’t matter if the cost of healthcare decreases by 80%. Again, Surgury Center of Oklahoma. Those listed prices are between 65-80% LESS than the ‘normal’ cost being charged out now by ‘mainstream’ providers. With insurance deductibles being between $4000-$6000 now, those prices (SC of O) potentially make nearly everyone a ‘cash customer’. Insurance becomes what it should be, for catastrophic circumstances.....and yes, the carnage amongest the insurance industry will be horrific if that happens. But considering that healthcare costs is the fastest growing segment of the federal budget, growing at nearly 9% a year, projected to account for 1.3-1.4 Trillion dollars of this years federal spending, a potential 80% reduction....well that could solve deficits at the federal and state levels. It could lead to an economic boom we haven’t seen in decades.