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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Let's get realistic with surgical fees

May 1, 2007

How much of your income is due to your performing surgery? Perhaps 15 percent? Even 20 percent?

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Playing the percentages Beware of pay pitfalls

April 1, 2007

Lou Swinney wheeled his new SUV into the cramped parking lot. A cup holding his morning java suddenly jarred forward as he made the abrupt stop. The inertia sent a quarter of the contents on an additional journey. Swinney quickly wiped the rim and base of the cup with a tissue and barreled out of the vehicle toward the front door, a wide briefcase trailing from his right arm like a broken rudder.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

The age of specialization

March 1, 2007

Career 'journal' shows how a typical longtime practitioner could get caught unaware

Source: DVM Training Room

10 ways to pop out of the phone book

September 23, 2005

The biggest share of practice advertising dollars is spent on Yellow Pages ads. The following are practical guidelines to help you think through your Yellow Pages strategy, improve your ad's efficacy and reduce costs.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Coaching skills: Create a protocol for solving grievances

August 23, 2005

There are two things every employee wants to know ...

Source: DVM Training Room

Headknocking: What's a practice manager to do?

June 19, 2005

It's great to see many practices are now acknowledging that the old, traditional methods of management are not effective, and they are modernizing their strategies and taking steps to improve staff morale, and consequently productivity.

Source: DVM Training Room

Map out your client locale

June 18, 2005

This simple marketing tool can be used to help you see opportunities and challenges that can help or hurt your practice's growth.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Smoke and mirrors

June 1, 2005

Drug companies are going to charge whatever the market will bear.

Source: DVM Training Room

Recruit your team to improve communications

May 16, 2005

Consider these important steps to improve communication at staff meetings, or help resolve conflicts.

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