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Give clients real recommendations

February 1, 2007

Don't dump veterinary healthcare choices in clients' laps. You're the expert, so don't be afraid to tell them what's medically necessary.

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Don't let weak recommendations sabotage compliance

February 1, 2007

In this video, Dr. Dennis Cloud shares the advice he gives his associates to help them get clients on board with recommendations for care.

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Prove you're a professional

January 1, 2007

Providing boarding and grooming sends the wrong message to clients about your professional services.

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Dress the part

November 1, 2006

If you want to be treated like a doctor, you need to dress like one. No, flip-flops aren't acceptable.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Permission to euthanize

October 5, 2006

Sometimes it's OK to give clients permission to euthanize. And making this choice doesn't make them bad people -- or you a bad doctor.

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Real world fee setting

September 1, 2006

Not every client lives in a gated community. And when I look at benchmarks for fees, I think they're out of line with real-life practices—at least in our area.

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Step up your technology

July 1, 2006

Don't you want to improve efficiency, communication, and revenue? If you're not using electronic medical records, you're losing out on these opportunities.

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