Coping with those diseases in the public health care system is difficult because a lot of those diseases have specialists. Those specialists even within the same hospital system as I have, rarely talk to each other.
There’s so much room for the disparity, and it’s a tremendous ask of doctors and nurses in there wanting counter to try to overcome that huge societal weight of disparities.
Elected officials can help with the progression of treatments and cures for psoriasis by making sure that they allocate funding to the NIH and CDC
Patient centered care is achievable, it might be difficult but it is attainable.
Medicine isn’t just about treating our bodies, by treating our bodies it lets us be full social, moral actors. Appreciating how complex and difficult that is I think could heighten the respective importance of medicine and medical care in some ways.
Change boil down to advocacy, you’re now sick and you have to advocate for yourself