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Reimagine your veterinary practice's reminders

June 24, 2014

Reworking your system can be all that's needed to increase client appointment compliance.

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Could you pay off your veterinary student loan in 26 months?

June 5, 2014

This practitioner offers his family's plan for budgeting and working to pay down $110,000 in school debt.

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Veterinary practice managers make business happen

June 4, 2014

Hold your own in a tumultuous economy with the right staff in place.

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The 2 most important words in veterinary practice

June 1, 2014

Take the time to say ?thank you? to pets, clients and team members, and the goodness will come back around.

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Don't feed the trolls

June 1, 2014

As hard as it may be, let negative stories about the veterinary profession lie and they'll die out sooner than you'd think.

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Digital radiography: Product showcase

June 1, 2014

A new radiography unit is one of the top items veterinarians shop for lately. To help, we present this comparison chart of these DR systems and others as well as advice you need before you buy.

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Dr. Karen Felsted rejoins Veterinary Economics' Editorial Advisory Board

May 14, 2014

Consultant, CVC speaker and content contributor will provide content to Veterinary Economics.

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A non-awkward way to ask for good online reviews

May 12, 2014

dvm360 News Channel Director Kristi Reimer reports a tip from Dr. Jeff Werber about boosting your online presence ... with less of an "ick" factor if it feels a little weird.

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What if you suspect a veterinary employee is stealing?

May 1, 2014

We dream up a veterinary practice where a team member may be stealing inventory.

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