"Those who are going to be taxed more are obviously going to complain but I think they may miss the point," said Lisa Rotenstein, the chair of the Harvard Healthcare Policy Group at the Institute of Politics.
"This could have broader implications for the American economy as a whole improved health care means a healthier workforce that is more productive," said Rotenstein.
But Colorado dentist Poczatek says those who support the increase in taxes misunderstand what it means for those who will end up paying more.
"I'd like these people to know that we pay a lot of taxes, and have been paying a lot of taxes through the past administration," said Pcozatek.
"We make a lot of money, it's true, but we also already pay a lot of taxes," she said.
"So maybe we got a little bit successful but we worked very hard," she said. "It's taken us over 30 years and it didn't happen overnight. Every day is a lot of work.
"We're working for it and we're still overtaxed."