I had resisted watching this video as Coble makes me ill. In my own situation, he was too embedded with the big-dawg Republicans in Randolph County to offer substantive/comprehensive help in holding Randolph Hospital accountable for it's actions against me.And/so, from this constituent's perspective, if/when Mr. Coble tells the truth it's too little, too late.FYI, primary-care providers generally do not take care of fractures - at least in Pediatrics. Even after splinting/casting in the ED, everything but the simplest breaks are referred to Orthopedics (with the primary care provider simply directing traffic - i.e. getting the referral).And that is a matter of liability.Moreover, as I understand it (and after the "disproportionate share" fiasco, I don't really), charity care is (somehow) "written off" by non-profits (where most of the "under-served" go for their care) anyway.That's the problem with politicians (including Obama). They have no clue as to what they are really reforming.