VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jan 1, 2012 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jan 1, 2012
Cover Story
7 howl-worthy strategies from top-performing veterinary hospitals
By John Volk
As you ring in the new year, take a cue from practices that are seeing increased veterinary visits during a time when most others have experienced the opposite. This article reveals their secrets.
Checking in
Wanted: New faces on our Veterinary Economics advisory board
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
Veterinary Economics wants new members for its Editorial Advisory Board.
Practice Management Q&A
Why are technician appointments a good idea in the veterinary clinic?
By Donna Recupido, CVPM
Getting the most out of your staff helps all involved.
Help! My boss friended me! Facebook dos and don'ts for veterinary teams
Navigate nagging networking.
Practice Tips
4 ways to encourage team member referrals to your veterinary practice
By Bob Levoy
The best sources for new veterinary clients could be right under your nose.
Know your deduction limits and keep your veterinary practice out of trouble in 2012
By Gary Glassman, CPA
Here are four new tax limits to watch for when you do your veterinary practice taxes in 2012.
How to market your veterinary practice for the future
By Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA
The times are changing and so are your veterinary clients. Take these marketing risks to keep your practice ahead of the game.
Cover Story
Crafting a modern building for an old-time practice
By Sarah Moser
This veterinary hospital was a long-standing neighborhood fixture and needed an update. The solution still blends well with the surroundings.
Legal Ease
How to handle cytotoxic drugs at your veterinary practice
By Phil Seibert, CVT
Advanced medicine gives pets a chance in the fight against pet cancer, but it's important to protect yourself and your employees when dealing with these dangerous drugs.
Growth Center
Stretch to include rehabilitation services at your practice
Are you doing all you can to help veterinary patients recover from injuries and regain mobility?
Click & Copy
10 things to do at your veterinary hospital (when there's nothing to do)
Clients don't come to those who wait. Have your veterinary team members tackle these tasks on the slow days and soon they'll have more than enough to do.
Life Balance
Fit to practice: A new blog from Dr. Ernie Ward
By Ernest Ward Jr., DVM
Check out the latest offering from Veterinary Economics' Personal Wellness Editor.
Healthy eats: 25-minute blue corn chip frittata recipe
By Ernest Ward Jr., DVM
Start your day off right with a healthy meal that feeds a veterinarian or two—or three.
Managing Smart
How checklists help veterinary clients and save pets' lives
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
Make your veterinary practice better, one step at a time, by implementing a way to track systems, procedures, and client preferences.
The checklist manifesto: Sample veterinary checklist
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
An example of how checklists can transform a luke-warm veterinary client experience into a great one.
Cover story
Are you sure your veterinary clients can hear you?
By W. Bradford Swift, DVM
You can scream and shout, but until you work your communication muscles, you'll never get through to your pet-owning clients.
Hot Button
The worst job in the veterinary hospital
By Andrew Rollo, DVM
On bad days, everybody's got it tough, but I say veterinary receptionists' duties take the prize.
Equine Solutions
Cover all the feed-store angles
By Kyle Palmer, CVT
Get veterinary clients out of retail and back to your practice with a little marketing know-how and communication finesse.

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