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Benchmarks
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Benchmarks 2007: A study of Well-Managed Practices

October 1, 2007

Click on the link to learn more about this invaluable practice resource.

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The healing environment

September 1, 2007

See how Well-Managed Practices turn their core values into financial success.

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Connect to practice benchmarks and data on financial trends in veterinary practice

August 1, 2007

A close look at such financial issues facing veterinary practices, including clients' perceptions about fees, changing expenses, and competition from online pharmacies.

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Client care coordinator vs. receptionist

March 1, 2007

What's the difference between a client care coordinator and a receptionist? Is there a pay difference between the two?

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Managing accounts receivable

January 1, 2007

How do the levels of accounts receivable compare in a companion animal practice to an equine practice? What's a reasonable level of accounts receivable for both?

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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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Receptionist training guidelines

October 1, 2006

Written training guidelines define the path your employees will take. Use these guidelines to develop yours.

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Associate pay: adjusting for experience

October 1, 2006

Reward associates for their knowledge, education, time, and experience level.

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Receptionist position description

October 1, 2006

Position descriptions help you maintain your focus during the search for employees, communicate the responsibilities of the position to potential candidates, structure the orientation and training process, and assist in employee evaluations.

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