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Doctor Communication
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Ask Amy: Part-time work for full-time pay — it's not fair

October 1, 2009

Amy offers advice on equity in pay.

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Medical records: Get doctors to comply

October 1, 2009

To help veterinarians complete medical records in a timely manner, follow these tips.

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Canine rehabilitation evolving to aid arthritic, post-op patients

September 1, 2009

Dr. Darryl Millis, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, CCRP answers questions about the growth of rehabilitation therapy, common conditions encountered and how they are treated, advice to veterinarians and owners and his views on where the field is going.

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America's 5 most wanted dogs

September 1, 2009

The most popular dogs in America can teach you a thing or two about how to become the pick of your practice.

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Your role with referrals

September 1, 2009

What can team members do to help veterinarians as they refer more cases?

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Love 'em & leave 'em

August 1, 2009

Why team members are walking away from jobs they enjoy.

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Being micromanaged? Here's Mark Opperman's advice

July 8, 2009

You don't have to endure a life of excessive oversight. Just give your manager what he wants and you'll be allowed to do the work you want.

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6 ways to break through to your boss

July 1, 2009

Talk so your boss will listen.

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The buzz about Firstline Live

June 19, 2009

Word on the street is that Debbie Gair's presentation is a great way to improve team communication and end conflict.

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