For example, a middle aged woman works in a hospital as a physician's assistant. She has been a faithful worker, working very hard for about 15 years. Since she is a physicians assistant, she must work under a doctor. However, the doctor that she has been working under is going to be transferred to another hospital. When the new doctor arrives at the hospital, he is younger, has less experience and does not know the regular routine of the hospital as well as the physician assistant. Now she will have to take orders and refer to this new, in-coming doctor.
To some this would not be a problem and they would not mind, but to others they see this as a very frustrating and unfair situation; some may even feel as if their work ethic and experience is being belittled. Now, one can say that the solution to this problem would be to just go to medical school and become a doctor. However, for a physician's assistant to do this they still need to go to medical school and start from the beginning and be on the same caliber as students who have just finished their undergraduate.
Not only that, they will have to be in school for another six to eight years depending on what they want to specialize in. For a middle aged person who probably has a family and their life established this option would seem unreasonable and even unfair that they would have to do this whole tedious process. Therefore, that is why if I could change something in the world, I would allow there to be a short-cut for the health care providers that have been serving our communities for years to be given the option doctors without the overwhelming process of medical school.