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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Shelter from the economic storm

April 1, 2009

You can't control the bad economic news, but you can lift your employees' spirits with a heartfelt focus on team morale.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Give your practice an inventory intervention

March 1, 2009

Solve inventory problems with this nine-step guide.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Make friends when you make referrals

March 1, 2009

Good communication and no-poaching policies can turn competitors into fans.

Source: PARTNERS IN PRACTICE

Finding balance when money is tight (Sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health)

March 1, 2009

In times of economic hardship, some practitioners might be asking if fee schedules need to be adjusted to ease the financial burden on clients, but there's no reason to start discounting based on media hype or isolated incidents. Instead, focus on developing smart, short-term business practices that will keep your revenue stream flowing and strengthen your bond with clients.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Home is where the tax relief is

January 1, 2009

Property owners and first-time homebuyers can take advantage of tax breaks.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Nail down your digital radiography fees

January 1, 2009

Use these strategies to find your ideal digital radiography fees.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Live from AAEP

December 10, 2008

What can be done about the growing problem of unwanted and abandoned horses in America?

Source: PARTNERS IN PRACTICE

Is there a simple formula to assess the value of my practice? How do goodwill, inventory, and depreciated equipment factor into it? (Sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health)

December 1, 2008

The excess earnings concept, Excess Earning and Single Period Capitalization Methodologies, is a widely used tool to assess the value of an equine practice.

Source: PARTNERS IN PRACTICE

Dealing with a recession (Sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health)

December 1, 2008

In these challenging economic times, it is important that equine veterinarians­ be creative—not complacent—with respect to boosting their bottom lines. Just as a proactive, multimodal approach is often needed to treat certain­ diseases, the following is a nine-step treatment plan for what might be ailing your practice­.

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