VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Sep 1, 2010 - Veterinary Economics
  • SEARCH:
Veterinary Economics

ADVERTISEMENT

VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Sep 1, 2010
Checking in
Change is good. Change is bad. Change is inevitable
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
I'm moping about the end of summer. At least until fall hits.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: How to treat the love bug
By Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA
I've recently discovered that two of my employees are dating. How do I address the situation?
Q&A: A guide to negotiating your second contract
By Mark Opperman, CVPM
I'm a second-year veterinarian currently negotiating my second professional contract. How much should I expect in terms of salary, benefits, and time off? I'm currently on ProSal, and I'm happy with that structure.
Practice Tips
Take a progressive approach to team discipline
By Bob Levoy
Don't dole out harsh reprimands or, worse, ignore the problem. Keep team members in line—and make sure you're being fair.
Give patients a place to play ... or recover
At less than $100, it's a cost-effective way to house patients.
Put on a heartworm-test magic show for clients
Put on a heartworm-test magic show for clients
Equipment: To lease or to buy?
By Gary Glassman, CPA
The sales rep may promise the world, but what's really better for your practice?
Click & Copy
How to grow yourself a veterinary practice buyer
To groom a successor, involve him or her in management, offer regular CE, and answer questions.
Growth Center
4 reasons to consider veterinary technician appointments
No. 1 on the list: You can double your appointments with doubling your veterinarians' daily workload.
Legal Ease
Practice vehicle safety is riding on you
By Phil Seibert, CVT
Team members running work errands for your veterinary practice must be licensed and their cars must be in good shape. Otherwise, guess who's on the hook for liability?
Q&A: Making sense of mandatory meetings
Our monthly meetings are mandatory, and people's days off and time working are being docked. Is this legal?
Managing Smart
Healthcare reform
By Mark Opperman, CVPM
Learn how new healthcare laws mean big changes for your veterinary practice.
Industry Issues
Grand opening: The new trend of practice startups
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
Many associates are choosing to start a new veterinary practice, not buy one. If that's you, find out what's fueling the trend and how to make sure your neighborhood debut is a big hit.
Personnel Solutions
Ready, aim, hire
By Denise Tumblin, CPA , Helen Hoekstra
Targeted hiring yields better candidates that fit your existing team.
Associate Know-how
Veterinary associates: Ask these questions before starting a practice
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
Get real about your ideal clients, team members, and practice philosophy.
Hospital Design
Hospitality with a heart
By Sarah Moser
A see-through philosophy and facility give rise to happy, informed clients at this Mobile, Ala., practice.
Hot Button
Veterinary product sales are changing? Get on board
By Karen E. Felsted, DVM, CPA, CVPM, MS
Your clients want convenience and low price—the same things you look for as a consumer.

ADVERTISEMENT

Click here