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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology New Year; New variant; New plans Nobody can predict a wild virus and its harvest. We all are learning, and watching examples as a live research study. Who knew in September that our Holidays would be full of testing and COVID? It all looked like we would have a great time, meeting families and friends over meals and parties. And then, one day in the late fall, news came from South Africa and here we are. You remember I told you once that COVID is not going anywhere and will live with us for a long time? I did not know much about omicron but viruses tease people and have been doing it for centuries. More than ever, vaccination and boosters are important and should be taken. As a matter of fact, Israel who has an excellent public health system, has been now testing the 4th shot. More than likely, COVID vaccines will become our annual routine. On another note, all of us are tired of the restrictions and living this weird pandemic They are fully qualified medical providers, life. I get it. I am tired too. I dream of a day with licenses to see patients independently. when I can see faces of my patients without and they train with me for as long as 12 masks. I dream about going out to have a good months, gaining not only dermatology meal with my family. When I see a parking lot skills but also my approach to medicine and around ACM theatres full of cars, hundreds practice. You see them assisting me daily and of them, I feel like joining the crowd to see a their medical education never finishes with movie or a show. I do not, but l allowed myself school. We all continue learning together, in and my family to travel for a couple of days and practical settings. now, my office is requiring me to quarantine, like everybody else. So, I am not seeing my developing oral biologics for psoriasis as patients this week and I miss them more than ever. I also have more time to reflect and think dermatitis/eczema. New topical medications of our small community. And I think how we compare to our large society, other cities and other states. The times are really tough and many of my patients feel it. We have been very skin disorders. We hope to see them lucky in our clinic to accommodate both, the approved soon. staff and the patients, with safety tools, with flexible hours, with opportunities to talk to us via telephone visits, and it all resulted in good safety standing. The clinic has been operating without closures. We hope to we need to learn how to face it and work on continue doing so, with continuing flexibility problems together. There is no better way of and safety measures, allowing our patients to targeting your true enemy than in unity with feel comfortable. We are also looking into possibly extending send you words of friendship, safety, and warm some hours as we will be adding physician togetherness. power of Dr. Rivard, who will join us in 2022. i might be extending hours of my physician assistants, who see my follow up patients. I look forward to some promising studies, well as possibly some injections for atopic have been studied in 2021 and will continue in 2022, bringing some novel non-steroidal medications for various inflammatory And finally, there will be some new surprises that we are not looking forward to, like omicron this fall. One thing I can tell you for sure: no matter what the new year will bring, your neighbors. This, in my New Year wishes, I 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 New Year; New variant; New plans Nobody can predict a wild virus and its harvest. We all are learning, and watching examples as a live research study. Who knew in September that our Holidays would be full of testing and COVID? It all looked like we would have a great time, meeting families and friends over meals and parties. And then, one day in the late fall, news came from South Africa and here we are. You remember I told you once that COVID is not going anywhere and will live with us for a long time? I did not know much about omicron but viruses tease people and have been doing it for centuries. More than ever, vaccination and boosters are important and should be taken. As a matter of fact, Israel who has an excellent public health system, has been now testing the 4th shot. More than likely, COVID vaccines will become our annual routine. On another note, all of us are tired of the restrictions and living this weird pandemic They are fully qualified medical providers, life. I get it. I am tired too. I dream of a day with licenses to see patients independently. when I can see faces of my patients without and they train with me for as long as 12 masks. I dream about going out to have a good months, gaining not only dermatology meal with my family. When I see a parking lot skills but also my approach to medicine and around ACM theatres full of cars, hundreds practice. You see them assisting me daily and of them, I feel like joining the crowd to see a their medical education never finishes with movie or a show. I do not, but l allowed myself school. We all continue learning together, in and my family to travel for a couple of days and practical settings. now, my office is requiring me to quarantine, like everybody else. So, I am not seeing my developing oral biologics for psoriasis as patients this week and I miss them more than ever. I also have more time to reflect and think dermatitis/eczema. New topical medications of our small community. And I think how we compare to our large society, other cities and other states. The times are really tough and many of my patients feel it. We have been very skin disorders. We hope to see them lucky in our clinic to accommodate both, the approved soon. staff and the patients, with safety tools, with flexible hours, with opportunities to talk to us via telephone visits, and it all resulted in good safety standing. The clinic has been operating without closures. We hope to we need to learn how to face it and work on continue doing so, with continuing flexibility problems together. There is no better way of and safety measures, allowing our patients to targeting your true enemy than in unity with feel comfortable. We are also looking into possibly extending send you words of friendship, safety, and warm some hours as we will be adding physician togetherness. power of Dr. Rivard, who will join us in 2022. i might be extending hours of my physician assistants, who see my follow up patients. I look forward to some promising studies, well as possibly some injections for atopic have been studied in 2021 and will continue in 2022, bringing some novel non-steroidal medications for various inflammatory And finally, there will be some new surprises that we are not looking forward to, like omicron this fall. One thing I can tell you for sure: no matter what the new year will bring, your neighbors. This, in my New Year wishes, I Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net