When it comes to health care costs, the United States is a laggard.

We spend the second-most money on health care in the world, and the U.S. spends about $1,400 per capita on medical care.

But even with that hefty tab, U.K. and U.C.L.A. doctors are often out of work, with the United Kingdom averaging just over $100,000 per doctor per year.

U.F.O. doctors aren’t exactly the most popular profession, either, with about half of U.N. doctors having quit the profession over the past decade, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.

What is a doctor supposed to do?

That is the question the Swiss government is trying to answer with a new law that will make it easier for doctors to practice abroad.

The bill will allow foreign doctors to get residency licenses.

And the new law also aims to boost the number of U,C.I.

Os that will be trained abroad.

That will be good news for Switzerland, which has one of the world’s highest rates of UCD doctors.

And, of course, it’s a good sign for U.s. healthcare reform, which is trying out a series of new measures that are aimed at increasing the number and quality of healthcare in the United, including more specialists and better access to preventive care.

In the United we’ve seen that with some reforms, it turns out that in the end we can make them work for everybody.

The United States can’t be expected to do everything, and sometimes it can’t even do what the world wants it to.

But when it comes down to it, if we want to get better health care for everybody in this country, we’ve got to do it the hard way.

That’s what we’re doing, and we’re working very hard to make that happen.

–CNN’s Jim Sciutto contributed to this report.