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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 12: A junior doctor wears a stethoscope and a badge with slogan "Junior Doctors contract BMA. It's everyones fight" outside Guy's hospital as junior doctors stage a 24-hour strike across the NHS on January 12, 2016 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Doctors are in dispute with the government over new contracts and are only providing emergency cover during the 24-hour walkout. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images) (Source: Ben Pruchnie)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 12: A junior doctor wears a stethoscope and a badge with slogan "Junior Doctors contract BMA. It's everyones fight" outside Guy's hospital as junior doctors stage a 24-hour strike across the NHS on January 12, 2016 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Doctors are in dispute with the government over new contracts and are only providing emergency cover during the 24-hour walkout. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 12: A junior doctor wears a stethoscope and a badge with slogan "Junior Doctors contract BMA. It's everyones fight" outside Guy's hospital as junior doctors stage a 24-hour strike across the NHS on January 12, 2016 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Doctors are in dispute with the government over new contracts and are only providing emergency cover during the 24-hour walkout. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images) (Source: Ben Pruchnie)
DEIR AL GHUSUN, WEST BANK- JUNE 29: A child receives medical treatment at an on-site mobile clinic on Medical Day June, 29, 2002 in the West Bank village of Deir Al Ghusun, north of Tulkarm. Nine physicians, one nurse, two pharmacists, staff and volunteers from the Israeli-Palestinian Association of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR-Israel), from Medical Relief conducted an on-site mobile clinic treated some 10,000 residents of the village. In the past the villagers received medical treatment in one of the three hospitals in Tulkarm. After weeks of curfew no movement has been possible between villages and towns in the region, and many residents have found themselves without access to medical care for an extended period of time. (Photo by Nadav Neuhaus/Getty Images)
DEIR AL GHUSUN, WEST BANK- JUNE 29: A child receives medical treatment at an on-site mobile clinic on Medical Day June, 29, 2002 in the West Bank village of Deir Al Ghusun, north of Tulkarm. Nine physicians, one nurse, two pharmacists, staff and volunteers from the Israeli-Palestinian Association of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR-Israel), from Medical Relief conducted an on-site mobile clinic treated some 10,000 residents of the village. In the past the villagers received medical treatment in one of the three hospitals in Tulkarm. After weeks of curfew no movement has been possible between villages and towns in the region, and many residents have found themselves without access to medical care for an extended period of time. (Photo by Nadav Neuhaus/Getty Images) (Source: Nadav Neuhaus)
DORCHESTER - APRIL 05: Dominique Entzminger, a physician assistant of family medicine, wears a stethoscope during an examination at the Codman Square Health Center April 5, 2006 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. State lawmakers approved a health care reform bill March 4 that would make Massachusetts the first state in the nation to require all its citizens have some form of health insurance. Governor Mitt Romney is scheduled to sign the bill next week. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
DORCHESTER - APRIL 05: Dominique Entzminger, a physician assistant of family medicine, wears a stethoscope during an examination at the Codman Square Health Center April 5, 2006 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. State lawmakers approved a health care reform bill March 4 that would make Massachusetts the first state in the nation to require all its citizens have some form of health insurance. Governor Mitt Romney is scheduled to sign the bill next week. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (Source: Joe Raedle)
LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04: Surgical tongue depressors are pictured in a refrigerator in a General Practitioners surgery on December 4, 2014 in London, England. Ahead of next years general election, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has said he will put an extra £2bn into frontline health services across the UK, ahead of a plan drawn up by NHS bosses calling for an extra £8bn a year by 2020. In England, everyone would be able to see a GP seven days a week by 2020. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04: Surgical tongue depressors are pictured in a refrigerator in a General Practitioners surgery on December 4, 2014 in London, England. Ahead of next years general election, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has said he will put an extra £2bn into frontline health services across the UK, ahead of a plan drawn up by NHS bosses calling for an extra £8bn a year by 2020. In England, everyone would be able to see a GP seven days a week by 2020. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images) (Source: Carl Court)
DEIR AL GHUSUN, WEST BANK- JUNE 29: A child receives medical treatment at an on-site mobile clinic on Medical Day June, 29, 2002 in the West Bank village of Deir Al Ghusun, north of Tulkarm. Nine physicians, one nurse, two pharmacists, staff and volunteers from the Israeli-Palestinian Association of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR-Israel), from Medical Relief conducted an on-site mobile clinic treated some 10,000 residents of the village. In the past the villagers received medical treatment in one of the three hospitals in Tulkarm. After weeks of curfew no movement has been possible between villages and towns in the region, and many residents have found themselves without access to medical care for an extended period of time. (Photo by Nadav Neuhaus/Getty Images)
DEIR AL GHUSUN, WEST BANK- JUNE 29: A child receives medical treatment at an on-site mobile clinic on Medical Day June, 29, 2002 in the West Bank village of Deir Al Ghusun, north of Tulkarm. Nine physicians, one nurse, two pharmacists, staff and volunteers from the Israeli-Palestinian Association of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR-Israel), from Medical Relief conducted an on-site mobile clinic treated some 10,000 residents of the village. In the past the villagers received medical treatment in one of the three hospitals in Tulkarm. After weeks of curfew no movement has been possible between villages and towns in the region, and many residents have found themselves without access to medical care for an extended period of time. (Photo by Nadav Neuhaus/Getty Images) (Source: Nadav Neuhaus)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 28: Dr. Gregory Coleman, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, wears a stethoscope as he sees a patient on the same day that the United States Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act on June 28, 2012 in Miami, Florida. Dr. Coleman said, ‘the ruling is a good start to begin to control the economics of medicine’. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 28: Dr. Gregory Coleman, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, wears a stethoscope as he sees a patient on the same day that the United States Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act on June 28, 2012 in Miami, Florida. Dr. Coleman said, ‘the ruling is a good start to begin to control the economics of medicine’. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (Source: Joe Raedle)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 12: A junior doctor wears a stethoscope and a badge with the slogan "I support #juniordoctors" outside Guy's hospital as junior doctors stage a 24-hour strike across the NHS on January 12, 2016 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Doctors are in dispute with the government over new contracts and are only providing emergency cover during the 24-hour walkout. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 12: A junior doctor wears a stethoscope and a badge with the slogan "I support #juniordoctors" outside Guy's hospital as junior doctors stage a 24-hour strike across the NHS on January 12, 2016 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Doctors are in dispute with the government over new contracts and are only providing emergency cover during the 24-hour walkout. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images) (Source: Ben Pruchnie)
MIAMI - JANUARY 18: Dr. Olveen Carrasquillo, Chief of General Internal Medicine University of Miami, wears a stethoscope as he conducts a checkup on Juan Gonzalez at the University of Miami?s Miller School of Medicine, as the United States House Republicans in Washington, DC were poised to approve a bill repealing the health care law that last year was signed into law overhauling the U.S. health care system on January 18, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Dr. Carrasquillo said that anyone that wants to roll back the gains made by the overhaul of the health care law should spend one morning in a public hospital and you would not want to repeal the bill. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
MIAMI - JANUARY 18: Dr. Olveen Carrasquillo, Chief of General Internal Medicine University of Miami, wears a stethoscope as he conducts a checkup on Juan Gonzalez at the University of Miami?s Miller School of Medicine, as the United States House Republicans in Washington, DC were poised to approve a bill repealing the health care law that last year was signed into law overhauling the U.S. health care system on January 18, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Dr. Carrasquillo said that anyone that wants to roll back the gains made by the overhaul of the health care law should spend one morning in a public hospital and you would not want to repeal the bill. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (Source: Joe Raedle)
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor uses a stethoscope on a patient on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor uses a stethoscope on a patient on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images) (Source: Adam Berry)
LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04: A stethoscope is pictured in a General Practitioners surgery on December 4, 2014 in London, England. Ahead of next years general election, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has said he will put an extra £2bn into frontline health services across the UK, ahead of a plan drawn up by NHS bosses calling for an extra £8bn a year by 2020. In England, everyone would be able to see a GP seven days a week by 2020. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04: A stethoscope is pictured in a General Practitioners surgery on December 4, 2014 in London, England. Ahead of next years general election, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has said he will put an extra £2bn into frontline health services across the UK, ahead of a plan drawn up by NHS bosses calling for an extra £8bn a year by 2020. In England, everyone would be able to see a GP seven days a week by 2020. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images) (Source: Carl Court)
LUENEBURG, GERMANY - APRIL 01: A stethoscope seen at a doctor's office on April 1, 2006 in Lueneburg, Germany. The two member parties, the SPD and CDU, of the german coalition government, met to discuss reforms of public health insurance system. (Photo Illustration by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
LUENEBURG, GERMANY - APRIL 01: A stethoscope seen at a doctor's office on April 1, 2006 in Lueneburg, Germany. The two member parties, the SPD and CDU, of the german coalition government, met to discuss reforms of public health insurance system. (Photo Illustration by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images) (Source: Andreas Rentz)
MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 31: A nurse at Manchester Piccadilly walk-in NHS centre treats a commuter on January 31, 2005, Manchester, England. The commuter walk-in centre, operated by private health firms for the NHS, is one of 66 centres across the Uk to provide the public with extended opening hours to match modern lifestyles. Further commuter centres are due to be opened at Canary Wharf, King's Cross and Victoria, in London, Leeds City Station and Newcastle Central Station. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 31: A nurse at Manchester Piccadilly walk-in NHS centre treats a commuter on January 31, 2005, Manchester, England. The commuter walk-in centre, operated by private health firms for the NHS, is one of 66 centres across the Uk to provide the public with extended opening hours to match modern lifestyles. Further commuter centres are due to be opened at Canary Wharf, King's Cross and Victoria, in London, Leeds City Station and Newcastle Central Station. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) (Source: Christopher Furlong)
BERLIN - OCTOBER 13: A family doctor uses a stethoscope to listen to a patient's breathing at her office on October 13, 2009 in Berlin, Germany. German political parties currently involved in federal government coalition negotiations, including the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), and the business-oriented German Free Democrats (FDP), are currently haggling over a restructuring of Germanys' Health Fund, or Gesundheitsfonds, the fund that provides the basis for Germany's state health care system. The CSU is pushing for more flexibilty in how the system is funded in order to allow for freer competition between the 180 different health insurance companies within the state health care system. The health care negotiations are part of broader negotiations between the CDU/CSU and the FDP in the creation of a new coalition government following nationwide elections in Germany last September. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
BERLIN - OCTOBER 13: A family doctor uses a stethoscope to listen to a patient's breathing at her office on October 13, 2009 in Berlin, Germany. German political parties currently involved in federal government coalition negotiations, including the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), and the business-oriented German Free Democrats (FDP), are currently haggling over a restructuring of Germanys' Health Fund, or Gesundheitsfonds, the fund that provides the basis for Germany's state health care system. The CSU is pushing for more flexibilty in how the system is funded in order to allow for freer competition between the 180 different health insurance companies within the state health care system. The health care negotiations are part of broader negotiations between the CDU/CSU and the FDP in the creation of a new coalition government following nationwide elections in Germany last September. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) (Source: Sean Gallup)
MUZAFFARABAD, PAKISTAN - NOVEMBER 6: A Diphtheria patient is examined by Pakistani-American Doctor Ali Salim, a volunteer from Columbia, Ohio (L) and Dr. Mary Choi, (R) U.S. Army Major with the 212 MASH at the U.S. Army Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) November 6, 2005 in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan. The 212th MASH from Miesau, Germany will be stationed in Pakistan providing sustained medical care for the Pakistani people with the winter coming soon. The MASH has an 84 bed capacity with a 24 bed Intensive Care Unit; it is the last one of its kind in the military. The current death toll has been raised to over 73,000 from the devastating South Asian earthquake that happened over a month ago. Authorities warn that thousands could die in remote mountainous regions as winter approaches. At least 1,400 died in Indian-Kashmir. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
MUZAFFARABAD, PAKISTAN - NOVEMBER 6: A Diphtheria patient is examined by Pakistani-American Doctor Ali Salim, a volunteer from Columbia, Ohio (L) and Dr. Mary Choi, (R) U.S. Army Major with the 212 MASH at the U.S. Army Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) November 6, 2005 in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan. The 212th MASH from Miesau, Germany will be stationed in Pakistan providing sustained medical care for the Pakistani people with the winter coming soon. The MASH has an 84 bed capacity with a 24 bed Intensive Care Unit; it is the last one of its kind in the military. The current death toll has been raised to over 73,000 from the devastating South Asian earthquake that happened over a month ago. Authorities warn that thousands could die in remote mountainous regions as winter approaches. At least 1,400 died in Indian-Kashmir. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) (Source: Paula Bronstein)
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor holds a stethoscope on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor holds a stethoscope on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images) (Source: Adam Berry)
COUSHATTA, LA - NOVEMBER 11: Dr. Robert Hernandez checks Hazel Hill, 80, for flu-like symptoms at the Christus Coushatta Rural Health Center November 11, 2003 in Coushatta, Louisiana. An outbreak of influenza has closed schools and brought hundreds of residents within the parish of Red River to Hernandez's office for treatment. (Photo by Mario Villafuerte/Getty Images)
COUSHATTA, LA - NOVEMBER 11: Dr. Robert Hernandez checks Hazel Hill, 80, for flu-like symptoms at the Christus Coushatta Rural Health Center November 11, 2003 in Coushatta, Louisiana. An outbreak of influenza has closed schools and brought hundreds of residents within the parish of Red River to Hernandez's office for treatment. (Photo by Mario Villafuerte/Getty Images) (Source: Mario Villafuerte)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 02: A doctor wears a stethoscope as he see a patient for a measles vaccination during a visit to the Miami Children's Hospital on June 02, 2014 in Miami, Florida. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week announced that in the United States they are seeing the most measles cases in 20 years as they warned clinicians, parents and others to watch for and get vaccinated against the potentially deadly virus. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 02: A doctor wears a stethoscope as he see a patient for a measles vaccination during a visit to the Miami Children's Hospital on June 02, 2014 in Miami, Florida. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week announced that in the United States they are seeing the most measles cases in 20 years as they warned clinicians, parents and others to watch for and get vaccinated against the potentially deadly virus. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (Source: Joe Raedle)
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor uses a stethoscope on a patient on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor uses a stethoscope on a patient on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images) (Source: Adam Berry)