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Managing Smart
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

A behind-the-scenes look at consultants' fees

December 1, 2006

New data shows how much management consultants are costing veterinarians.

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Internet ratings gone awry

November 1, 2006

Q: How do I counteract poor reviews of my clinic on the Internet?

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If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys

November 1, 2006

You get what you pay for, so it should be no surprise that paying peanuts yields less-qualified, more-likely-to-be-unhappy employees—and high turnover.

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Use your voicemail

November 1, 2006

Five pluses to to using your voicemail to get the right messages to the right people in a timely manner.

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10 reasons to test in house

November 1, 2006

Are your in-house testing analyzers doing a better job gathering dust than guiding your diagnoses? Blow off the cobwebs and put your in-house testing tools to work.

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Keep the lines open

November 1, 2006

Q: How many incoming phone lines does my practice need for each veterinarian?

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Service that goes above and beyond

October 1, 2006

This veterinarian's passion for practice—and helicopters—lets him fill a unique niche.

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Team building

October 1, 2006

15 tools and tips to take your team from good to great.

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Walk the line

October 1, 2006

Should we offer walk-in appointments?

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