Efficiency tips for the veterinary team - Firstline
  • SEARCH:
Team Center
Firstline Featuring Information from:

ADVERTISEMENT

Efficiency
Source: FIRSTLINE

Mangled mats get brand-new life

December 1, 2009

The Davis Animal Hospital in Naples, Fla., uses rubber mats in every large cage to provide pets with padding and stability.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Energy cutbacks increase savings

December 1, 2009

Three ways to go and save green.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Perfectly prepped antibiotic

December 1, 2009

For reconstituting medications such as amoxicillin drops or amoxicillin drops with clavulanic acid, the practice team at Occidental Veterinary Hospital in Occidental, Calif., uses an 8-oz dispensing bottle with a re-autoclaved 12-ml syringe.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Trash, treasure, or recycle X-rays

December 1, 2009

Trash, treasure, or recycle?

Source: FIRSTLINE

How to keep chatty clients on schedule

November 1, 2009

Build in extra time for clients who like to talk.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Technology as a time-saving tool

November 1, 2009

See how one practice uses a computer system to stay on track.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Minimize client waiting

November 1, 2009

Eliminate lag time with flex scheduling.

Source: CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS

Treatment room quarterback (Proceedings)

November 1, 2009

Have you ever stopped to think about how organized (or disorganized) the treatment area in your hospital truly is?

Source: FIRSTLINE

How to speed up slow doctors

November 1, 2009

How to speed up a slow doctor.

ADVERTISEMENT

Click here