Things might be less daunting if, as Senator Kennedy suggested, there were only 15 potential solutions. On the contrary, it seems that the number of ideas about how to fix health care might soon rival the number of uninsured Americans. Although this abundance of ideas can be dizzying, it is good that lots of people are actively thinking about the issue. Fixing health care in the United States won't be easy. Substantive reform will require much creative thought and a willingness of various stakeholders to step out of their own boxes. To generate dialogue about the way forward among our readers, this issue includes 3 perspectives on health care reform (2–4).