Today in the United States there are an estimated 46 million people - that is almost one in six Americans - who don't have health insurance. The numbers continue to grow as health insurance costs rise and more Americans find health insurance impossible to afford. This important hour-long special explains how this country's broken health insurance system is threatening America's families, America's businesses, and America's health. Peter Jennings reports from hospitals in Houston, Texas, where the large numbers of uninsured people who flood emergency rooms are affecting the emergency care everyone gets - the insured and uninsured alike. Jennings also goes inside the once mighty General Motors, the largest private sector provider of health insurance in the nation. He reveals how the uniquely American system of employer-based health insurance really works, and why GM - in part because of this system - is struggling today to remain competitive in the global market.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.