VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jun 1, 2011 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jun 1, 2011
Personnel Management
Saying goodbye: Terminating a long-time veterinary employee
By Brian Conrad, CVPM
It's never easy to let go of someone who's been by your side from the beginning at your veterinary practice. But sometimes it's the only option left. Here's how to do it with grace.
Checking in
Operation mow the lawn
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
I had to tackle this tough task sooner or later. Turns out it was later.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: Should I give my veterinary team members financial feedback?
By Gary Glassman, CPA
Q: How much should my team members know about my practice's finances?
Q&A: Is my leadership style best for veterinary practice?
By Dr. Dave Nicol
Q: What leadership style is best for veterinary practice?
Practice Tips
Dental makeover: Pet edition
Check out these dramatic dental makeovers.
The price of unemployment at your veterinary practice
By Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA
Find out how to reduce or even aviod the cost of unemployment.
10 ways to utilize e-mail at your veterinary practice
By Bob Levoy
Cheap advertising—and improved client communication—is just a click away.
Endocrine Testing: Why one test isn't enough
Testing for endocrine disorders can be costly to your clients. Explain the process—and the costs—right away to increase compliance.
Cover Story
Waves and wags
By Sarah Moser
Built in the 1960s, Pacific Animal Hospital in Oceanside, Calif., gets a surfer-inspired makeover while paying homage to its surroundings.
Legal Ease
Keep your emergency clinic safe after hours
By Phil Seibert, CVT
Learn how to protect your staff and keep your practice safe from robbery and violence late at night.
Growth Center
5 answers to your questions about search engine optimization
By Amanda Donnelly, DVM, MBA
Drive clients to your website using these web-savvy search strategies.
Click & Copy
9 steps to calm anxious pets
Pet anxiety causes problems for pet owners. You can help with a behavior program.
Industry Issues
Sticker shock: Stop scaring clients with your veterinary fees
By Karen E. Felsted, DVM, CPA, CVPM, MS , John Volk
Veterinary fees have outpaced inflation. Make sure your clients understand the better medicine they're receiving, and tackle client pushback with bundled services, payment alternatives, and—gasp!—discounts.
Practice Finances
What wellness plans can be for your veterinary practice
By Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD
Wellness plans aren't milking clients dry. They're swelling veterinary hospitals with income and helping spot patient problems. Learn what set-fee-for-service packages can do for your practice.
Hot Button
Animals experience heartbreak, too
Some highly scientific types may disagree, but I'm convinced it was no coincidence that my dog's skin condition relapsed afer her companion's death.
Equine Solutions
Communicating with equine clients about West Nile virus
By Portia Stewart
Mobile practitioners, follow these tips to handle horse-health conversations on the go.
Q&A: Why are the bills so high for my equine practice?
By James Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, AVA
Q. The inventory for our practice's equine work seems out of control and the payables are piling up. How do I manage inventory without losing money?

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