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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Can we handle this crisis? Part 2. I am not an expert in economy so it would be hypocritical of me to elaborate on the economic crisis. I do know some about public health and medicine and I would like to focus on our current health crisis. First, nobody can predict when and how new diseases will hit. Secondly, as new diseases, they bring problems and questions that cannot be answered by any doctors. We learn in their progress. Does this mean we have poor doctors or uneducated doctors? Farfrom the truth. Every single decade brings new medical discoveries and they always pose questions that cannot be answered. Further, we sometimes think we know the answer only to discover after sometime that we were wrong. Medicine is a science and art of recognizing and healing the human body and mind. Every human is different as it consists of genetic codes inherited and mutated, and we can only hope that what expect its engine fails at some point, and not we develop as new treatments will work for only you will waste your time on repairs but all. As a physician and researcher, I found out many times that what I thought was right distancing, drinking and fooling around, in for most of my patients, did not quite work for all of my patients. And I still do not know why. I'will tell you one true thing: not only all Workplace? How many others will be put in of us learn every day but all of us should learn how to admit that we learn every day. And thus, we may be wrong today ábout something we were totally positive about a year ago. Why? Medical progress and science do not stop. They deliver new ideas and challenge us every single day. We know more about the coronavirus today than we did in January of this year. But we are far from knowing it all. This is problem is a necessity of this moment, I why we must give advices carefully, without hyperactive conviction that we know it all. they should go home and let others take We also must prevent rather than intervene like in every other disease. Prevention is cheaper for our healthcare system and takes much less suffering. Prevention is also more accessible than intervention, from a perspective of resources. Think about your car: if you own a new car and you take care of it, change oil when needed, make sure you drive it carefully and have no accidents, there is a chance you will not spend tons of money on maintenance. But if you skip oil changes, you may well you will spend more money on it. When i see young people parting to the morning hours, with no masks, no the times of COVID-19,1 wonder where their next stop will be. Home? Parents' house? danger just because of a party? Do not take me wrong; I understand we need fun and interactions. All of it is needed also for our mental health. But be moderate, be thoughtful, be socially responsible. You may die and certainly others around you may die because of your party! When I hear leaders who stubbornly refuse to admit that preventing a medical wonder why they are even leaders. Maybe their place. It is difficult to live through any crisis. Health crisis is no different. Even my practice had to change how we behave, how we operate, how we see our patients. Not all of the changes we implemented were mandatory and they were not easy. But they were potentially preventing bigger problems for our patients and for our staff. i cannot imagine NOT implementing them. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Can we handle this crisis? Part 2. I am not an expert in economy so it would be hypocritical of me to elaborate on the economic crisis. I do know some about public health and medicine and I would like to focus on our current health crisis. First, nobody can predict when and how new diseases will hit. Secondly, as new diseases, they bring problems and questions that cannot be answered by any doctors. We learn in their progress. Does this mean we have poor doctors or uneducated doctors? Farfrom the truth. Every single decade brings new medical discoveries and they always pose questions that cannot be answered. Further, we sometimes think we know the answer only to discover after sometime that we were wrong. Medicine is a science and art of recognizing and healing the human body and mind. Every human is different as it consists of genetic codes inherited and mutated, and we can only hope that what expect its engine fails at some point, and not we develop as new treatments will work for only you will waste your time on repairs but all. As a physician and researcher, I found out many times that what I thought was right distancing, drinking and fooling around, in for most of my patients, did not quite work for all of my patients. And I still do not know why. I'will tell you one true thing: not only all Workplace? How many others will be put in of us learn every day but all of us should learn how to admit that we learn every day. And thus, we may be wrong today ábout something we were totally positive about a year ago. Why? Medical progress and science do not stop. They deliver new ideas and challenge us every single day. We know more about the coronavirus today than we did in January of this year. But we are far from knowing it all. This is problem is a necessity of this moment, I why we must give advices carefully, without hyperactive conviction that we know it all. they should go home and let others take We also must prevent rather than intervene like in every other disease. Prevention is cheaper for our healthcare system and takes much less suffering. Prevention is also more accessible than intervention, from a perspective of resources. Think about your car: if you own a new car and you take care of it, change oil when needed, make sure you drive it carefully and have no accidents, there is a chance you will not spend tons of money on maintenance. But if you skip oil changes, you may well you will spend more money on it. When i see young people parting to the morning hours, with no masks, no the times of COVID-19,1 wonder where their next stop will be. Home? Parents' house? danger just because of a party? Do not take me wrong; I understand we need fun and interactions. All of it is needed also for our mental health. But be moderate, be thoughtful, be socially responsible. You may die and certainly others around you may die because of your party! When I hear leaders who stubbornly refuse to admit that preventing a medical wonder why they are even leaders. Maybe their place. It is difficult to live through any crisis. Health crisis is no different. Even my practice had to change how we behave, how we operate, how we see our patients. Not all of the changes we implemented were mandatory and they were not easy. But they were potentially preventing bigger problems for our patients and for our staff. i cannot imagine NOT implementing them. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net