Tips and strategies to increase veterinary profits and services for doctors and their hospital teams - Veterinary Economics
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Using software for consistent care

March 1, 2008

Dr. David McGrath is owner of seven practices, and at one time they used four software programs between them. Now they all use the same system. This has allowed them to try new ideas to boost compliance, which so far have resulted in gross revenue increases of up to 50 percent. Take Dr. McGrath's lessons into account as you evaluate your own practice software—and what it can do for you.

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Carry food to care for clients

January 1, 2008

Pet owners are clearly learning about nutrition. But where are they getting their information? Brian Conrad, practice manager at Meadow Hills Veterinary Center in Kennewick, Wash., worries that it's not from you.

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Focused on lasers

December 1, 2007

Almost all clients opt for the additional surgery cost for the laser.

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Lab work for the elderly

November 1, 2007

Regular diagnostic testing for senior dogs and cats is plenty profitable, says Dr. Thomas Burns, owner of Veterinary Associates of Cape Cod in South Yarmouth, Mass.

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Semen on ice

November 1, 2007

The world's weirdest ice-skating extravaganza? No. It's canine reproductive work, a profit center for Dr. Patrick Grogan at VCA Woodland East Animal Hospital in Tulsa, Okla.

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Use seniors to make calls

October 1, 2007

Dr. Steve Bishop needed a strategy for reminding his clients when their pets were overdue for exams or treatments. It freed up receptionists, cost less, and could be done with flexible hours.

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Fluid pumps it up

October 1, 2007

"We couldn't practice medicine properly without fluid pumps," says Dr. Robert Esplin, owner of Sylvania Veterinary Hospital in Sylvania, Ohio.

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Pre-adoption counseling resources

September 7, 2007

A list of behavior books and prospective behavior questions for pet owners.

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Do you want me?

September 1, 2007

Help owners pick pets and tackle behavior problems early with profitable pre-adoption and soon-after-adoption counseling.

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