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Business Insight Presented by Arlington Dermatology Mask or no mask; distance or no distance; Who is right? There are many circumstances when there is no right or wrong. There is no judgement or grading. There is no guilt or no guilt. Objectively. we just cannot say any of the above without being opinionated. Opinions are different from facts and we should all remember about it. We all are entitled to opinions of our own. We can like something or dislike. We should not, however, judge something or someone unless we have accumulated enough facts to show evidence for our judgement. Evidence is hard to collect. It has to be based on some factual events, numbers, or reports, and it has to be objective, non-biased, seen or heard by anybody exactly the same way. In medicine, like in every science, we work with what is established as factual and quantitative. Hence, we conduct clinical studies, in multiple locations, with hundreds and thousands of participants, in order to accumulate a sample large enough to minimize a margin of error. A sample of 10 patients is not saying much about platforms, and very complex reporting, is the topic of studies. A sample of 100 patients is slightly better, but what we truly look for is a sample of hundreds and thousands. We could or models. If you add high diversity of social then establish valid data based on evidence and groups and language barriers, what we know analyze it as such. There are many countries that took lead ahead lack of evidence. Doctors and agencies that of the US with presenting some valid data about make decisions for the national or state level COVID-19. These are mostly the countries that have some form of national or social medicine Their interpretation of that data is what we that allows for data collection outside of use as a base for decisions, However, when you research but rather from actual patients. Simply, interpretation might be far from accurate. This patients originally diagnosed with COVID-19 continue being seen by their doctors and the results of all consecutive visits are registered strong opinions of some individuals, you end exactly the same way as the original diagnosis, up dealing with conspiracies and gossip-based After they recover, they continue to report their health, with or without symptoms, and data continues to be noted in a centralized system, now. We somehow must figure it out, making This is how Israel or Great Britain came up with Sure we do care about each other. Remember . the original vaccine, relapse, immunity pattern, and similar benchmarks, long before we asked we need to rethink our systems and make sure them to share their data with us because we did than cause conspiracies. We still should love counterproductive to establishing patterns is very compromised by possible errors and institutions depend on that fragmented data. have lacking data or non-evident data, your is how bad information spreads. And if you add medicine rather than science. It is too late to fix anything for COVID-19 love your neighbor.? For the future outbreaks, they protect us and prevent epidemics rather not accumulate enough of our own. Medicine is ever changing. New information our neighbors but we should also have a better is incoming daily and sometimes by hour. Our starting point in data collection to help our complex healthcare system, with hundreds neighbor by taking better actions. of insurance plans, multiple medical records 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 Mask or no mask; distance or no distance; Who is right? There are many circumstances when there is no right or wrong. There is no judgement or grading. There is no guilt or no guilt. Objectively. we just cannot say any of the above without being opinionated. Opinions are different from facts and we should all remember about it. We all are entitled to opinions of our own. We can like something or dislike. We should not, however, judge something or someone unless we have accumulated enough facts to show evidence for our judgement. Evidence is hard to collect. It has to be based on some factual events, numbers, or reports, and it has to be objective, non-biased, seen or heard by anybody exactly the same way. In medicine, like in every science, we work with what is established as factual and quantitative. Hence, we conduct clinical studies, in multiple locations, with hundreds and thousands of participants, in order to accumulate a sample large enough to minimize a margin of error. A sample of 10 patients is not saying much about platforms, and very complex reporting, is the topic of studies. A sample of 100 patients is slightly better, but what we truly look for is a sample of hundreds and thousands. We could or models. If you add high diversity of social then establish valid data based on evidence and groups and language barriers, what we know analyze it as such. There are many countries that took lead ahead lack of evidence. Doctors and agencies that of the US with presenting some valid data about make decisions for the national or state level COVID-19. These are mostly the countries that have some form of national or social medicine Their interpretation of that data is what we that allows for data collection outside of use as a base for decisions, However, when you research but rather from actual patients. Simply, interpretation might be far from accurate. This patients originally diagnosed with COVID-19 continue being seen by their doctors and the results of all consecutive visits are registered strong opinions of some individuals, you end exactly the same way as the original diagnosis, up dealing with conspiracies and gossip-based After they recover, they continue to report their health, with or without symptoms, and data continues to be noted in a centralized system, now. We somehow must figure it out, making This is how Israel or Great Britain came up with Sure we do care about each other. Remember . the original vaccine, relapse, immunity pattern, and similar benchmarks, long before we asked we need to rethink our systems and make sure them to share their data with us because we did than cause conspiracies. We still should love counterproductive to establishing patterns is very compromised by possible errors and institutions depend on that fragmented data. have lacking data or non-evident data, your is how bad information spreads. And if you add medicine rather than science. It is too late to fix anything for COVID-19 love your neighbor.? For the future outbreaks, they protect us and prevent epidemics rather not accumulate enough of our own. Medicine is ever changing. New information our neighbors but we should also have a better is incoming daily and sometimes by hour. Our starting point in data collection to help our complex healthcare system, with hundreds neighbor by taking better actions. of insurance plans, multiple medical records Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net