Oh No… but you have to remember that those of us who have been in the insurance industry or have read the bill were accused of wild conspiracy theories, when it came to “death panels”
Funny thing is, the death panels argument came up in conjunction with "end of life counseling". Something we've done for a LONG time. But the fanatical idiots interpreted that as death panels when, in actuality, it is just the one-on-one counseling to help prepare a person for death--i.e. financial decisions (make sure wills are in place), DNR instructions (do not recessitate), etc.