Earlier this week, a few of you wrote to me to let me know that you were able to hear only the first nine seconds of Associate Editor Kathleen Koster’s extended podcast with a top-notch group of health care experts, parsing out the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — discussing the most significant considerations for employers for this season’s open enrollment, and what provisions of health care reform will have the farthest-reaching impact on benefit plans.

This post is to apologize for the technical difficulties and to let you know we’ve re-posted the audio, and the full 19-minute interview is ready for download.

Don't miss it — there's a lot of great stuff in there past the first nine seconds! We've packed a lot of health care expertise into one podcast: Jim Klein, president of the American Benefits Council; Tom Lerche, health care practice leader for Aon Consulting U.S.; Susan Nash, a partner at McDermott Will & Emery; Ken Sperling, global health care practice leader at Hewitt Associates; Daniel Sutton, a partner with Harrison & Ford LLP and Steve Wojcik, vice president of public policy at the National Business Group on Health.

Listen in and then share your thoughts in the comments.

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