Change Initiative Proposal: Foreign Doctor Hiring

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Change Initiative Proposal: Foreign Doctor Hiring
Introduction
This change initiative proposal focuses on the Canadian policy of foreign doctor licensing and the obstacles that this legal and bureaucratic framework creates for healthcare organizations such as my own. The core of the change proposal is a series of initiatives to streamline the process of hiring foreign doctors in Canada. Although the Canadian federal government has announced a streamlining plan of its own to be in effect by 2012, this proposal suggests that a remedy is needed now, and also that there ought to be a process of fast-track hiring that can navigate through bureaucratic restrictions faster than the 2012 plan anticipates.
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