The Washington Post reports.

All rights reserved.. Administration to pitch health reform in 'model' community President Obama and best advisers will happen to be Green Bay Thursday - 'among the highest-value wellness communities in the nation' - to promote health reform in a town-hall meeting, the Washington Post reports. 'In his travel to rein in skyrocketing health-care costs, Obama is targeted on wasteful medical care increasingly,' the Post reports. The administration's spending budget director, Peter Orszag, informed the Post, 'If we could make the rest of the nation practice medicine the way that Green Bay does, we'd have top quality and lower costs significantly.' Obama's new concentrate is driven in part by researchers at the Dartmouth Atlas Project who study variations in expense and quality across communities around the united states.It will provide opportunities also. Our Medicaid system is released through the says and is somewhat variable in how it will pay providers. In fact it is much less than companies get when people spend privately. Thus Medicaid is definitely a burden in one sense, but it can be an opportunity in another sense by expanding the true number of patients. The real way we feel about it can be divided into several parts. Number one regards the task than the decision itself rather. It was a very important decision since it re-established the independence of the Supreme Courtroom. There had been a great deal of worry that the Supreme Court would basically vote on party lines.