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Forms: Practice operations
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Evaluating an equipment purchase

January 1, 2007

Will that new piece of equipment pull its weight in your practice?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Evaluating an equipment purchase

January 1, 2007

Will that new piece of equipment pull its weight in your practice?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Employee warning notice

October 1, 2006

Use this form to document verbal warnings when you're disciplining employees.

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Receptionist training guidelines

October 1, 2006

Written training guidelines define the path your employees will take. Use these guidelines to develop yours.

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Receptionist position description

October 1, 2006

Position descriptions help you maintain your focus during the search for employees, communicate the responsibilities of the position to potential candidates, structure the orientation and training process, and assist in employee evaluations.

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Referral form

October 1, 2006

Avoid miscommunication and use this referral form to help improve patient care.

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Management Statement

June 1, 2006

Use this budgeting tool to capture your revenue, expenses, and amount available for compensation and reinvestment.

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Dental prophy admitting form

May 1, 2006

Promoting dental health starts with your team. So develop a team approach to educating clients?and use tools such as this dental prophy admitting form to help you deliver great care.

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Sample client termination letter

May 1, 2006

Customize this sample Word document to terminate a doctor-client relationship politely and professionally.

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