...but nevertheless, one which WILL impact you greatly.
I refer to the sea change in the politics of the American Medical Association. It is now reliably a liberal institution instead of the conservative institution it was a scant decade ago.
My evidence is here, and also I have direct anecdotal evidence as well because I have a young Doctor of Medicine in my family.
This will impact all of us who oppose Federal Socialized medicine, because without the Doctors' help and active opposition, it is unlikely that the HCA will ever be overturned and the practice of medicine returned to the arena of private enterprise. In fact, it will likely go the other way, with Doctors all becoming de-facto if not de jure employees of the Federal Government, with a Union and all, as well as a huge pay raise to insure their fealty. Merrie Olde Englande went that route a decade or so ago, and the STARTING pay for Brit Doctors in their National system is now $400K/yr in our money equivalent. The tag-along there is that the National system then began to use less Doctors, and delegated most of the physicians' previous work to Physician's Assistants or Nurses.
Since I have a Registered Nurse in my family as well as a Doctor, I can assure you that the machinery to implement the "de-Doctorization" of US Healthcare is beginning to grind. Not very fast at the moment, but when the call comes down from our Government, an actual Implementation Schedule will be posted and you will be far less likely to see a Doctor on your initial visit to a health-care facility after I-Hour.
The times, they be a-changin'.
That's the Progressive Movement. "Change to achieve the illusion of progress."*
*This particular, and very accurate, definition of Progressivism was brought to my attention in the mid-1970s by my police partner JGP. I believe he actually coined it to describe Police Management Progressivism, but it fits the political movement better.