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Practice life and business

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VETTED: Oct 19, 2018
Almost all veterinary team members have pets, yet just like average Americans, the vast majority have no pet insurance for that proverbial rainy day. Have you thought about offering this employee benefit?
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VETTED: Oct 18, 2018
When these veterinary employees got burned out on daily protocols, regular doses of education and affirmation built up their commitment muscles.
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VETTED: Oct 17, 2018
Let’s get back to basics—with some advanced technology tips—to manage your veterinary practice inventory to cut costs, increase revenue and better serve more patients and clients.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 12, 2018
This associate started the week by finishing up a veterinary continuing education conference and then digging into a more normal work week, with a bonus of spending a little time with her extended family.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 11, 2018
Foster rivalries (and, yes, camaraderie) on your crew.
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VETTED: Oct 11, 2018
Knowledge is power, and a simple formula can help even poverty-stricken veterinary students keep debt from snowballing.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 05, 2018
This week, this vet muses about the steep cost of therapeutic diets for her four cats—and that’s with the professional discount.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 02, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
When it seems like a pet has a dermatology issue, what happens next? Is it right off to the veterinary hospital, or do pet owners skip the DVM and head for Dr. Google? Data from the Pet Owner Paths study illuminates the differences between you and your clients on what happens next.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 02, 2018
Ask around and do some research, says Dr. Karen Felsted to one brand-new relief veterinarian on the scene.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Sep 28, 2018
You need to save money, but are you sure your veterinary hospital break room needs to be a dark, cramped closet? Here are four things to boost hospital comfort and ease stress on the most important people in your hospital: your team.