** FILE ** First lady Michelle Obama sits with toddlers as they have their lunch at CentroNia, a bilingual child care facility in Washington, Wednesday, June 8, 2011, where she announced Let's Move! Child Care, an effort to raise healthy eating and living for young children. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
FILE - In this March 14, 2013, file photo, Rob Nabors, President Barack Obama's deputy chief of staff, leaves a closed-door meeting between Obama and Senate Republicans, at the Capitol in Washington. Burned by the failed rollout of his health care law, President Barack Obama is seeking to build a team for the final years of his administration where management expertise may trump keen political or legislative skills. As it seeks to shore up its response, the White House is turning to the same playbook it used during the health care enrollment debacle, when Obama dispatched longtime aide Jeffrey Zients to the Health and Human Services Department to oversee efforts to fix the woeful HealthCare.gov website. Obama made a similar move last week, temporarily assigning Nabors to the VA to lead an internal review of agency policies. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
FILE - This May 11, 2104, photo, shows Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn participating in a debate at the Georgia Public Broadcasting studio in Atlanta. Under pressure, Nunn struggled to explain her position on President Barack Obama's health care overhaul Monday, May 19, as candidates in six states went through the final paces of bruising primary campaigns for congressional and statewide offices. (AP Photo/David Tulis)
In this photo taken May 16, 2014, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center social worker Marilyn Stolp, left, connects new mom Carolina Salazar-Aleman and her husband Ramon Sandoval with a remote Spanish interpreter at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Wash. Providence Health now uses video remote interpreters in 30 of its regional hospitals and clinics. The system provides live interpreting to help staff work with patients who are either deaf or don't speak English. (AP Photo/The Spokesman-Review, Colin Mulvany) COEUR D'ALENE PRESS OUT.