White House Office of Health Reform Director Nancy-Ann DeParle and Stephanie Cutter, the new assistant to the president for special projects, told lawmakers what constituents can look forward to in the near future.

At least one member said after the Caucus meeting that members asked for a commitment that President Obama would help sell the bill to the public.

"We suggested that the Number One spokesperson for this lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue," said Rep. Dale Kildee (D-Mich.). "And he can do a great job."

Others said Obama's role going forward was never in question.

"That's a commitment the president made from Day One," said Rep. Robert Andrews (D-NJ). "They're really here to tell us how the commitment's being delivered."