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Articles by Karen E. Felsted, DVM, CPA, CVPM, MS

Bayer Veterinary Care Usage study analysis: Why clients are skipping your exam room

Pet owners don't know as much as we think they do about taking care of their pets—and their ignorance is jeopardizing your patients' health. Here's what you can do about it.
May 1, 2011

Pet owners don't know as much as we think they do about taking care of their pets—and their ignorance is jeopardizing your patients' health. Here's what you can do about it.

Solution #5 to increase visits: Simplify scheduling

Chapter 9 of a nine-part video series about the Veterinary Care Usage Study by Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues.
May 1, 2011

Chapter 9 of a nine-part video series about the Veterinary Care Usage Study by Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues.

Veterinary student debt: How much is too much?

Q: Considering the low pay of starting salaries for veterinarians, how much debt should a student take on?
Feb 9, 2011

Q: Considering the low pay of starting salaries for veterinarians, how much debt should a student take on?

Trends in veterinary medicine and how this impacts your practice

Dec 21, 2010

Trend #1: The Recession, chapter 1 of a four-part web presentation by Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic issues.

Trend #4: Management of veterinary practices

Dec 17, 2010

Chapter 4 of the four-part web presentation "Trends in veterinary medicine and how this impacts your practice".

Trend #2: Fees, transactions, and use of veterinary services

Dec 17, 2010

Chapter 2 of the four-part web presentation "Trends in veterinary medicine and how this impacts your practice".

Trend #3: Student debt

Dec 17, 2010

Chapter 3 of the four-part web presentation "Trends in veterinary medicine and how this impacts your practice".

Don't leave clients out in the cold—help them find ways to pay

As the temperatures turn, many veterinary clients are still struggling to pay for much-needed services. But with a little research, your practice can act as a warm refuge from the chilly economic climate.
Dec 1, 2010

As the temperatures turn, many veterinary clients are still struggling to pay for much-needed services. But with a little research, your practice can act as a warm refuge from the chilly economic climate.

Veterinary product sales are changing? Get on board

Your clients want convenience and low price—the same things you look for as a consumer.
Sep 1, 2010

Your clients want convenience and low price—the same things you look for as a consumer.

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