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Handout: Parasites at a glance

July 1, 2006

Remind clients that parasite control keeps pets—and people—healthy. Then use handouts like this one as a follow-up to your exam room message.

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Wellness for the older pet

June 1, 2006

Educate clients about the benefits of senior care by putting together a protocol and sending a consistent message. Handouts such as this one can help you deliver your message.

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Dental prophy admitting form

May 1, 2006

Promoting dental health starts with your team. So develop a team approach to educating clients?and use tools such as this dental prophy admitting form to help you deliver great care.

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Polish your clients' dental compliance

May 1, 2006

Use these strategies to promote dental health year-round.

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Sew up your after-surgery handouts

April 1, 2006

Send your clients home with clear, concrete instructions?and take the opportunity to show them how much you care.

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Final collection letter

March 1, 2006

Use this sample collection letter as a starting point as you work to control accounts receivable.

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A dun deal: Collect on past-due accounts

March 1, 2006

Does your accounts receivable make up more than 2.5 percent of your practice's yearly gross income if you're a small animal hospital and 4 percent to 5 percent if you're equine or large animal? If so, it's time to take action.

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Veterinarian evaluation form

February 1, 2006

Use this sample veterinarian evaluation form as a launching pad for written employee performance reviews or as a self-evaluation tool.

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Employee warning notice

January 1, 2006

Use this sample to develop your own written warning notice.

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