If Mitt Romney wins the presidential election tomorrow, one of the first things he has vowed to do upon taking office is to strike down President Obama's legacy: the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In this video, health care analyst Brenton Flynn outlines what that would mean for the health care sector and how it could benefit the medical device companies that are currently scrambling, as new taxes under Obama's plan potentially loom on the horizon. Conversely, Flynn takes a look at health care facilities and how they stand to benefit from a Romney loss.

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