Communicate effectively with your team, the veterinarian, and with your clients - dvm360
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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Breaking through bureaucracy as a veterinarian

February 1, 2014

Follow these four steps when sorting out potential errors made by government agencies.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Veterinarian's detective work pays dividends

February 1, 2014

This doctor put her sleuthing skills to good use when she was hit with a suspicious fee situation.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Becoming a veterinary leader

February 1, 2014

Break lazy management habits by identifying how you've grown complacent—it's uncomfortable, but necessary.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Fight veterinary team member burnout with compassion

February 1, 2014

Q: We've recently had a string of traumatic cases at my hospital, and I'm worried my staff might be suffering from compassion fatigue. What can I do to help?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Posts and tweets about year-round flea and tick protection

February 1, 2014

Speak the truth about flea and tick preventives online: they aren't just for warm months.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The final word on 20/20: How veterinarians should respond to negative press

January 21, 2014

Two simple but savvy media lessons for veterinary practitioners thrust into difficult discussions about the profession—in the exam room or on TV.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Take control of your veterinary practice's online reputation

January 1, 2014

Got a negative review? You can still survive and thrive in the veterinary world by following these simple steps.

Use care when you leave money messages for veterinary clients

January 1, 2014

Follow this checklist of details you shouldn't leave on a pet owner's answering machine or message service.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Every pet has a story: It's up to veterinarians to write it well

January 1, 2014

From exam notes to birthday cards to blog posts, you are the author of your veterinary patient's care.

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