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New associates: Learn to love your team

December 1, 2007

If you're that fresh-from-vet-school doctor, I can tell you that the staff won't see you as the Great and Wonderful Dr. New. Rather, receptionists, technicians, and assistants will be watching you from the get-go and may pounce on your every misstep.

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We need to hospitalize more often

November 1, 2007

Ask yourself if you're truly confident the case will proceed well under home care.

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A crime that shocked the nation

October 1, 2007

Why did this NFL quarterback throw it all away for a betting blood sport? He didn't bet on our outrage.

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Don't "estimate" your clients out of complying

September 1, 2007

No, it's not the fees you're charging. The words you're using are doing the damage.

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Starting off on the wrong foot

July 1, 2007

Doctors tend to hang on to bad habits and attitudes from their first job. Seeking out mentors—or mentoring a new grad at your practice—can help.

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An epitaph for Cotton

June 1, 2007

Local veterinary hospitals wouldn't treat a dying dog—and not because they didn't have the skills or the client wouldn't pay.

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Starved for information

May 1, 2007

In the opening days of the pet food recall, veterinarians needed early warnings and facts from the pet food industry. We didn't get them.

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Support your sub

April 1, 2007

Receptionists who shortchange your relief doctor are shorting your veterinary practice's bottom line.

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You don't know they don't care

March 1, 2007

I thought I knew what the ideal veterinary client looked like—the one who's willing to pay for the highest level of care. I was wrong.

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