SPOTLIGHT: Obama wants progress report on cost-cutting

So, as we all know, this week a coalition of providers, health plan interests and labor came together to promise that they could shave $2 trillion off the growth in healthcare costs over the next 10 years. While President Obama was clearly happy to hear it, he's not taking their word at face value, either. Obama has set an early June deadline for a report on what progress they've made in keeping their promise. Article

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