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the 15-minute visit

July 1, 2006

In the days of yore — when vaccinations were king and the veterinarian primarily was a syringe jockey — things were a bit easier, and expectations were noticeably lower. Dogs were just dogs, and cats were perceived as varmints by a large fraction of the population. Thus the 15-minute office call was born, and dinner was ready at 6 p.m.

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State mandates push employee health coverage

July 1, 2006

The IRS allows small businesses to reimburse employees for medical expenses.

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The many faces of grief

July 1, 2006

Cheryl Weber, JD, a client counselor specialist at the University of Illinois' veterinary college, adds that client grief is real.

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When should I call my lawyer?

July 1, 2006

My office routinely receives calls from frustrated or perplexed veterinarians who are wonder whether a specific matter or problem that they are involved with might require an attorney.

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Take six steps to grow services

June 1, 2006

The best-kept practice management secret is the rabies ratio.

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Competition causeway: In the nation's most densely populated areas, veterinarians find the means to spread collegiality

June 1, 2006

In 1936, Cameron Animal Hospital opened as the first standalone veterinary building servicing dogs and cats in the Northeast United States.

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Spiraling Costs to Take Toll

June 1, 2006

Study groups can negotiate significant benefits from better-known vendors.

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DVMs: Business remains "healthy"

June 1, 2006

Cleveland — Rising costs, tighter profit margins and price-shopping clients are all key issues for veterinarians in this economy.

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Justice: Who says it's fair?

June 1, 2006

I think it is again time to remember the distinction between fairness and justice.

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