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Articles by Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA

25 ways to untangle your veterinary practice snarls

You're not the only one with a tangled mess of operational snags. Just try my 25 tips to get your practice purring like, well, a cat.
Feb 1, 2010

Try Dr. Jeff Rothstein's 25 tips to get your practice purring like, well, a cat.

Therapeutic food for thought

Designate a nutrition advocate to improve client compliance with therapeutic diets—and your bottom line.
Jan 1, 2010

One key opportunity to grow your revenue is to increase your therapeutic diet sales.

Get a grip on employee carelessness

How do I respond when team members fail to take care of equipment?
Dec 1, 2009

What to do when team members fail to take care of equipment.

5 reasons you should use a payroll service

In a time when cutbacks are necessary, don't skimp on this valuable commodity.
Nov 1, 2009

In a time when cutbacks are necessary, don't skimp on this valuable commodity.

Get client compliance back on track

The recession may have derailed your compliance numbers, but you can take steps to stay on top of your game.
Sep 1, 2009

The recession may have derailed your compliance numbers, but you can take steps to stay on top of your game.

How to successfully market microchipping

Microchipping is becoming standard procedure for many practices. Is your clinic keeping up with the times?
Jun 1, 2009

Microchipping is becoming standard procedure for many practices. Is your clinic keeping up with the times?

Help senior pets graduate to good health

A senior wellness program can stimulate growth and keep older patients healthy.
May 1, 2009

A senior wellness program can stimulate growth and keep older patients healthy.

Raises out, bonuses in

If you can't give raises to your employees, consider rewarding them in other ways.
Mar 1, 2009

If you can't afford to give raises, use bonuses to keep employees happy.

Kick-start your heart

Heard it all before? No way. Success is openness to new ideas.
Jan 1, 2009

Create a new management mantra using the four R's: refresh, renew, reawaken, and remodel.

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