There is no chance at all. The entire law was poorly designed and even more poorly implemented. Putting aside the fact that far more people have already lost insurance as a result of this legislation than have actually been insured, that is only the beginning. This legislation is only going to accelerate an already troubling trend of medical professionals who no longer accept insurance anymore. Americans are terribly confused between the concept of insurance and actually receiving care. This trend will make it even harder for lower income "common men" to receive quality care from the Dr of their choosing.
There is one constant we see when the gov't becomes a market participant rather than a market regulator. Prices get distorted...quality goes down...accessibility becomes limited...or all of the above.
What's even more incredible is how many times the impact of this legislation was predicted...and it has essentially happened exactly as the Presidents critics suggested it would.
Ultimately I believe this will result in one or two outcomes at some point. Either the people will wake up and demand real reform that allows market prices to determine cost as we once did before the mid 60's when Dr's largely dealt directly with patients. Once we deviated from that approach by listening to a bunch of politicians promise us fiscally unsustainable programs, prices began to spin out of control.
Or, if we continue to follow that trend, we'll get an even wider disparity between how the wealthy and the poor have services allocated. Eventually, the system will be nationalized. The poor will get even more nominal and rationed service, and those who can afford it will just buy private coverage like they do in Europe. Eventually people will forget that the US was once a place were citizens from all over the world flew to obtain procedures that were inaccessible in their home country. And we will just get used to the gov't providing us with a lousy service, because that's what our citizens will be born into without knowing any better. Eventually people can become dependent and accepting of the worst of services. Just spend 6 hours online at the DMV in NYC and you'll notice nobody really says anything about it anymore. They just accept the misery.