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Accommodating veterinary clients' special needs

August 1, 2013

You have a diverse population of clients—including some with mobility, sight or hearing difficulties. Make sure you and your practice team are prepared to accommodate anyone who walks through your door.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Exclusive veterinary data from Veterinary Economics' August 2013 issue

August 1, 2013

Check out this online exclusive data from the 2013 Veterinary Economics Business Issues Survey.

Source: dvm360

Physical exam: The next step

July 29, 2013

Follow these "next steps" to make sure your veterinary team is prepared to promote preventive pet care and stress the importance of physical exams.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

CATalyst Council to connect veterinarians with cat-adopting clients

July 26, 2013

New program e-mails health records to Portland-area veterinarians for post-adoption exams.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Boost your veterinary practice's bottom line with wellness plans

July 26, 2013

Wellness plans can swell veterinary hospitals with income and help you spot problems earlier. Learn what these packages can do for your practice revenue—and how to get clients on board.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Meet veterinary clients' needs with wellness plans

July 26, 2013

You can achieve better patient care and increased revenue by implementing wellness plans today.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Pet owner survey provides inspiration for veterinary practice business plan

July 23, 2013

Taking cues from the Bayer Veterinary Care Usage Study, one veterinarian has built a practice that's centered on pet owner needs.

Source: CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA

Two interactive case studies illustrating the use of pet insurance (Sponsored by VPI)

July 15, 2013

Move through the rooms of a virtual veterinary practice and follow the workup as a canine emergency case or a feline illness case unfold. Work through each interactive case study and observe how the existence or absence of a pet insurance policy could influence client decisions and alter the case outcome.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Give veterinary clients my cell phone number? Really?

July 10, 2013

It's still a scary thought for some veterinarians, but more practitioners are seeing the benefits of this gesture.

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