VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Aug 1, 2007 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Aug 1, 2007
Cover Story
What are the profession's 5 key trends?
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
The world of veterinary medicine is changing, but how? We see these themes in 2007.
Checking in
Long live pets
By Marnette Denell Falley
We know from the feedback we get that you see this special data-driven issue land on your desk with anticipation. ...
Cover story
Connect to data about veterinary clients' knowledge and preferences
By Veterinary Economics Editors
These charts show who handles client education in veterinary practices, how clients see behavior issues, and more.
Practice Finances
Connect to practice benchmarks and data on financial trends in veterinary practice
By Veterinary Economics Editors
A close look at such financial issues facing veterinary practices, including clients' perceptions about fees, changing expenses, and competition from online pharmacies.
Resources
Where'd we get that stat?
Here you'll find contact information for the groups that conducted the research or released the data featured in this issue. Many thanks to all who contributed.
Associate Know-how
By the numbers: Getting to know the next generation of leaders
By Veterinary Economics Editors
A look at associates' debt, purchasing power, interest in ownership, and more.
Managing Smart
Check out this data to learn about veterinary practices' approach to personnel management
By Veterinary Economics Editors
These study results illuminate issues that help a veterinary practice run smoothly, with a strong focus on personnel solutions.

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