One can like cars but not cars that lack seatbelts and can cause death to innocent drivers.
One can like food but not food that's uncooked, raw and can get one sick and potentially kill.
One can like books but detest books that communicate disgusting themes and morals.
The Catholic Church can be for healthcare for all but oppose any healthcare reform that's immoral (kills babies) and unethical (forces religious institutions to violate their conscience).
If you feel the bishops have gone wrong about this; then fine. Some bishops have been too friendly with politicians and not vociferous enough about Church teaching. The distinction is clear though. The Church will be fine with healthcare that's moral, ethical, and narrow in scope (I hope).