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Dr. Karen Felsted
Source: FIRSTLINE

Serve up easy estimates

April 1, 2006

Discussing money with clients can be downright scary. Learning to present an estimate with poise takes the fear out of this critical task?and improves the odds that clients will say yes to your treatment plan.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Getting paid for unpaid bills

February 1, 2006

I work for a corporately owned, small animal practice on a production basis. We occasionally allow clients to make payments, and we accept checks. When a client doesn't pay or a check bounces, that amount's deducted from my monthly production total, and the client's turned in to a collections agency. If the company then receives payment, should I receive back payment for my services?

Source: FIRSTLINE

Don't let charges escape (and why you should care)

October 1, 2005

If missed charges are slipping out the door, you may be seeing a smaller paycheck and fewer benefits—and you may find it harder to offer high-quality care.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Business entity selection

September 1, 2005

I'm starting a small animal practice, and I'm hoping to add an associate with buy-in potential after two years. Which business entity would be best, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or Service Corporation?

Source: FIRSTLINE

Warring bosses

August 1, 2005

Whose directions should I follow when the doctors disagree?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Why interview when I know?

February 1, 2005

I'm a solo practitioner with only three employees. Are exit interviews really necessary?

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