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Articles by Kristi Reimer, Editor

What dreams may come

How a Vet Ec board member snuck into my subconscious.
May 1, 2008

Seeing our board members at CVC East in Baltimore clearly got to me.

Life in the booth at CVC East

Apr 22, 2008

It's hard work to man a booth during a convention. But an aching back and sore feet are a fair price to pay for good feedback from readers.

Got our game faces on

This month the Veterinary Economics team has a whole new definition for "March Madness."
Apr 1, 2008

As I write this, my colleagues are frantically filling out their NCAA tournament brackets. My bracket lies neglected, only partially filled out, because—deep breath—there is a magazine to send to the printer. This magazine. Today.

Paperless practice at Banfield, The Pet Hospital

Mar 7, 2008

Dr. Kerri Marshall, MBA, knew the moment she caught of a glimpse of it that she was a fan.

Tips for transferring written medical records to electronic files

Mar 7, 2008

A how-to for moving paper records to your hard drive.

The paperless plunge

Four hospital leaders discuss their experience using practice software in the real world: the rewards, the challenges—and a few frustrations, too.
Mar 1, 2008

The only thing that anyone can count on for sure in the arena of paperless veterinary practice is that the experience is different for everyone.

Fatten up your revenue

Three income-plumping strategies more practices should be using.
Nov 1, 2007

Team retention, good medical recommendations, and consistency will help your practice to beef up income.

What are the profession's 5 key trends?

The world of veterinary medicine is changing—but how? We see these themes in 2007.
Aug 15, 2007

The world of veterinary medicine is changing, but how? We see these themes in 2007.

The value of microchipping

Quick identification of a "stray" can lead to a happy reunion when pets go missing.
Jul 1, 2007

Quick identification of a "stray" can lead to a happy reunion when pets go missing. The other possible outcomes are not quite so cheerful.

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