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Business Insight Presented by Arlington Dermatology Professional Integrity; Does it Matter? Imagine a teacher who gives good grades only to students who bring her flowers for her birthday. Imagine a salesman who offers discounts only to men. Or a doctor who prescribes only the medicine companies that pay for his vacation. How does it sound to you? Something is wrong with a picture if we accept and like only those people who always agree with us or do us favors. Professional everywhere. In education, it is a matter of equal educational opportunity for everyone. Schools are only as good as are the teachers who work and teach in them. The buildings are important for the safety and comfort of all but the true value of good education comes from those who dedicate their lives to help parents bring up the younger generation. Teachers know sometimes more about from pharmaceutical integrity matters our children than we do. They see them interacting with each other in a genuine way and in various outside of home safety net circumstances. There are many stories of famous individuals whose lives were changed thanks to their teachers. Dedication, fairness, patience, and integrity is what every teacher should represent. Medical profession is obviously close to my heart. But this is not just about doctors. It is also about administrators, hospital employees, pharmaceutical examples of failure of professional companies, companies, billing services, and many more. Our healthcare system is enormous in size and complicated to utilize. But the principle is the same for all: it is patients who should be the center of attention. It is patients whose benefit should be the primary factor in making rules, We should also talk about without decisions. There are many challenges and obstacles including the cost in utilization of our healthcare system but under no circumstances a doctor or a ironically medicine developed for alleged pain caused more pain than benefit. And it was not just the family business of Purdue. There were distributors and pharmacists, and doctors, all of whom decided to pick an easy way of personal gain with disregard for a potential damage of another human being. Many of us read these stories and integrity and personal rule of ethics, and we think it is about others. It is not true. The rules of personal and professional ethics and integrity exist in every field, every workplace, and also every home. We should be able to look into ourselves and reflect on when and how we were medical equipment exposed to a challenge of failing these hospital administrator may seek his or her own gain before they consider the wellness of a patient. Any patient. Some recent stories covered in media described the role of pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma in American opioid crisis. Thousands of lives were lost, hundreds of families were broken, covering up our own faults. Nobody is perfect. Sometimes it is difficult to stay within the lines. But when we face these challenges of failure, we also teach our children by example, showing them that integrity is not a matter of young or old, a kid or a parent, a teacher or a doctor. And it matters a lot to maintain it intact. Even if it is challenging and unpopular. 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 Professional Integrity; Does it Matter? Imagine a teacher who gives good grades only to students who bring her flowers for her birthday. Imagine a salesman who offers discounts only to men. Or a doctor who prescribes only the medicine companies that pay for his vacation. How does it sound to you? Something is wrong with a picture if we accept and like only those people who always agree with us or do us favors. Professional everywhere. In education, it is a matter of equal educational opportunity for everyone. Schools are only as good as are the teachers who work and teach in them. The buildings are important for the safety and comfort of all but the true value of good education comes from those who dedicate their lives to help parents bring up the younger generation. Teachers know sometimes more about from pharmaceutical integrity matters our children than we do. They see them interacting with each other in a genuine way and in various outside of home safety net circumstances. There are many stories of famous individuals whose lives were changed thanks to their teachers. Dedication, fairness, patience, and integrity is what every teacher should represent. Medical profession is obviously close to my heart. But this is not just about doctors. It is also about administrators, hospital employees, pharmaceutical examples of failure of professional companies, companies, billing services, and many more. Our healthcare system is enormous in size and complicated to utilize. But the principle is the same for all: it is patients who should be the center of attention. It is patients whose benefit should be the primary factor in making rules, We should also talk about without decisions. There are many challenges and obstacles including the cost in utilization of our healthcare system but under no circumstances a doctor or a ironically medicine developed for alleged pain caused more pain than benefit. And it was not just the family business of Purdue. There were distributors and pharmacists, and doctors, all of whom decided to pick an easy way of personal gain with disregard for a potential damage of another human being. Many of us read these stories and integrity and personal rule of ethics, and we think it is about others. It is not true. The rules of personal and professional ethics and integrity exist in every field, every workplace, and also every home. We should be able to look into ourselves and reflect on when and how we were medical equipment exposed to a challenge of failing these hospital administrator may seek his or her own gain before they consider the wellness of a patient. Any patient. Some recent stories covered in media described the role of pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma in American opioid crisis. Thousands of lives were lost, hundreds of families were broken, covering up our own faults. Nobody is perfect. Sometimes it is difficult to stay within the lines. But when we face these challenges of failure, we also teach our children by example, showing them that integrity is not a matter of young or old, a kid or a parent, a teacher or a doctor. And it matters a lot to maintain it intact. Even if it is challenging and unpopular. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net