VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Sep 1, 2011 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Sep 1, 2011
Cover Story
25 cool tech tools for veterinarians
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
Check out this list of tools and apps that can help you become more productive—and might even make you a better veterinarian.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: How to switch roles in veterinary practice and salaries
By Lorraine Monheiser List
Time to reevaluate your position in the practice. Here's how to make the transition a smooth one.
Practice Tips
Have a heart: Focus on veterinary cardiac medicine
By Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA
Don't wait until it becomes a more serious problem. Start educating your clients about heart disease today.
Expose your veterinary clients to rabies information
As World Rabies Day approaches, check out this technician's real-life encounter with a rabid patient—and learn how to protect your patients.
Reusable travel sheets for veterinary clients
Now you can wipe away your worries.
"Stick" to a medication schedule
Stick it to heartworm—not veterinary patients.
Tie up loose ends with tires in your veterinary practice
Tired of the same old, same old? Here's how to switch things up in the surgery room.
Cover Story
Integrative medicine finds a home
By Sarah Moser
Natural, earthy materials and a homey atmosphere blend Eastern and Western medicine at P.A.W.S. Integrative Veterinary Center in Tucson, Ariz.
Legal Ease
Q&A: When do we need to start training new team members?
By Phil Seibert, CVT
Train early and often to help new team members learn procedures and stay safe. Here's what your program should cover.
Growth Center
Use a public relations campaign to help your practice grow
By Summer Holmstrand-Irmiter, MBA
Recruit new clients and grow your practice with a well-planned campaign to educate the public about the pet care and services you offer.
Click & Copy
A better approach to explaining diagnostics to your clients
Instead of simply recommending diagnostics as a way to screen for problems, break down the medical terminology and show clients why it's crucial for their pets.
Client Service
6 ways to show clients the value of your services
By Denise Tumblin, CPA
In this wonky economy, you need to shout—not whisper—about the value your clinic provides. Use these tips to pump up the volume.
Top 3 ways to price products and services
By Denise Tumblin, CPA
Top 3 ways to price products and services
How pet insurance can help your clients—and your practice
How pet insurance can help your clients—and your practice
How to make your website sing your praises
By Denise Tumblin, CPA
Tooting your horn can be as much about online activity as face-to-face interactions.
Personnel Solutions
Quick survey: What do you think about your veterinary job?
By Bob Levoy
Here's a shorter version of an employee survey designed to explore employee morale and job satisfaction.
Is your veterinary team faking job satisfaction?
By Bob Levoy
Just because you've never heard complaints doesn't mean everyone is happy. Find your fakes and listen to what your team has to say.
Survey: Tell me about your veterinary job
By Bob Levoy
Survey your staff and see what your team really thinks about your practice.

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