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Give your veterinary practice a physical exam

November 1, 2013

6 practice systems to poke, prod and palpate every week, month and year to make sure your veterinary practice is healthy.

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Veterinary clients can't pay up front?

October 30, 2013

If you're drowning in outstanding receivables, dive deeper into these alternatives with veterinary clients and avoid account overload in the future.

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Clinic physical exam checklist

October 29, 2013

Use this form to give your practice a physical exam.

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Measure success with a customizable 2013 revenue chart for your veterinary practice

October 16, 2013

If your practice isn't operating at peak revenue performance, it might be time to identify new opportunities for growth.

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Medical device tax axed in latest budget proposal from bipartisan legislators

October 4, 2013

Dems agree to eliminate tax--which would hit equipment used in veterinary practice--in exchange for six-month funding of federal budget.

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Setting veterinary practice fees

October 1, 2013

Make sure your veterinary practice implements a plan for setting and increasing your fees to keep up with the competition.

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Veterinarians should provide more cost-effective pet healthcare

October 1, 2013

Insistence on the highest medical standards in every case is hurting the veterinary profession.

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The ultimate veterinary practice killer

September 1, 2013

What has the ability to squash your business in a single blow? An essential number: the average family income of clients within a one-mile radius of your veterinary clinic.

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Emphasize the importance of dentistry in your veterinary practice

September 1, 2013

Veterinarians regularly undercharge clients for dental procedures. Learn how to communicate with clients better to make your dentistry profitable.

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