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Vaccines aren't dead, but your veterinary practice's fee schedule may be

April 1, 2012

Follow these 10 steps to rejuvenate your practice's fee schedule and pricing strategy

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Ohio DVMs report decline in profits, remain optimistic

April 1, 2012

Columbus, Ohio — More than half of Ohio veterinarians who participated in a recent economic survey say their profits have decreased since 2009, but they are still optimistic about the future.

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Veterinary boarding and grooming: The good, the bad, and the profitable

March 30, 2012

Your veterinary clients want it—but is it worth it? Comb through the pros and cons before you provide boarding and grooming services.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Check your veterinary data: Management metrics

March 7, 2012

Measure the health of your veterinary practice by reviewing these 15 metrics monthly.

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The details of your veterinary practice are in the data

March 1, 2012

Keep a pulse on your practice's health by measuring these important metrics.

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How to increase veterinary client visits in this economy (8-part video series)

January 6, 2012

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

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BEP your way through the lingering recession

January 1, 2012

We know the real story, even though the pundits are telling is that the recession is over.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Stretch to include rehabilitation services at your practice

January 1, 2012

Are you doing all you can to help veterinary patients recover from injuries and regain mobility?

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5 case studies of prepaid wellness plans

January 1, 2012

If the cost of wellness care keeps pet owners away from veterinarians, then prepaid preventive plans may be the answer to bringing them back.

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