It seems we all work so much these days, we might as well get our personal mail delivered at work, or maybe even consider a hide-a-bed for the office. That may seem a bit far-fetched, but many of us do receive our health insurance coverage from our place of employment, and an increasing percentage of us are participating in so-called wellness programs at work. As we anticipate reforms in our health care system, what is the future role of the employer and the workplace in this movement? For a look at these questions, host Dr. Jack Lewin welcomes Chris Jennings, president of Jennings Policy Strategies, a health policy and advocacy consulting firm based in Washington, DC, and a former White House Senior Health Care Advisor during the Clinton administration. Mr. Jennings also compares the current efforts toward health care reform to those of the early Clinton years, and outlines what he sees as the key reasons why the present climate will be more receptive to the achievement of meaningful reform.