Veterinary personnel management strategies for equine veterinarians - dvm360
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Implement your equine practice mission statement

July 1, 2008

You've written your masterpiece—your equine practice's mission statement. So now what do you do with it?

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AAEP promotes annual dental exams for horses

June 1, 2008

The American Association of Equine Practitioners launched an equine dental awareness campaign in April to run throughout 2008.

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Fire-safety seminar: a win-win-win solution

June 1, 2008

Equine practitioners need not go far these days before being reminded that they and their clients are facing difficult economic times. Rising gas prices, feed prices, seed and fertilizer costs, reduced travel to horse shows and generally lower consumer spending suggest a tough business year for many veterinarians.

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Young, talented, and female

June 1, 2008

Want to be a successful equine practice owner and still have a life? Start by communicating assertively and laying old stereotypes to rest.

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Take five

June 1, 2008

A few minutes per appointment can save you a lot at the end of the day.

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How to lower gas consumption when gas prices are rising

May 22, 2008

Here are ways to improve your gas mileage, whether you commute to work or drive all day as a mobile doctor.

A lawsuit from start to finish

May 6, 2008

If you're hit with a veterinary malpractice lawsuit, find comfort in the fact that lawsuits follow a predictable, step-by-step process. Learn all about that process in the interactive flow-chart below. Roll over each step for more information about what it entails and what you can expect.

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Your mission, should you choose to accept it

May 1, 2008

Lead with the big picture and use it as a reference point for practice success.

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Forget marketing. Think service.

May 1, 2008

Rethink your stance on marketing and consider what it's really about: providing valuable information to a client so he or she can make an informed decision about purchasing a product or service.

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