VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Dec 1, 2008 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Dec 1, 2008
Cover Story
How to find an associate
By Mark Opperman, CVPM
Where's Dr. Wanda? These tips can help you attract candidates and hire a great associate.
Checking in
It's got to be here—somewhere!
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
Losing things can make life frustrating and stressful.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: Working with write-offs
IRS guidelines determine what type of deductions you'll receive on commercial property.
Q&A: Scheduling pregnant employees
Special arrangements must be made when working out a schedule for a pregnant employee.
Q&A: Figuring on-call compensation
Doctors should charge appropriately for their time overnight.
Practice Tips
Capital gains tax could rise
By Gary Glassman, CPA
New taxes could cause many veterinarians to rethink their investment strategies.
25 reasons for your clients to refer
Offering cash to clients can be a great way to generate referrals.
Jockeying for position in your area
By Bob Levoy
It takes effort to position your practice as a top-notch facility.
How to wow 3 client types
By Laura McLain Madsen, DVM
You should adjust your strategy for communicating with clients based on the person.
Growth Center
Needling patients could be good for you
Acupuncture can be a great source of revenue for your practice.
Click & Copy
Take notes to avoid legal problems
Failure to properly document procedures and exams can result in legal trouble down the road.
Managing Smart
Reap rewards from sales reps
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
Use your relationship with sales reps to gain valuable information, favors, and freebies.
Hospital Design
Out of the woods
By Sarah Moser
This veterinary clinic fits in with its earthy surroundings.
Hot Button
Press 9 to talk to a real person
Proper phone etiquette can help guide owners through an emergency situation.
Equine Solutions
Becoming fluent in "horse owner"
By Katherine Bontrager
Clear communication is crucial when dealing with equine owners.

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