The art of success: Dr. Jeff Werber demonstrates what it takes to be the best at CVC San Diego

The art of success: Dr. Jeff Werber demonstrates what it takes to be the best at CVC San Diego

A black belt in the veterinary field reveals his tried-and-true tips to running a practice that can’t be beat.
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Oct 16, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Who better to lead the practice management session entitled “Mastering the Essence of Practice” than a man with nearly 30 years of expertise under his belt? Dr. Jeff Werber, Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member and owner of Century Veterinary Group in Los Angeles, will talk about what it takes to keep your staff productive, market yourself and your services, and identify new profit centers during his six sessions at CVC San Diego, Nov. 6 to 9. Split into two tracks—the practice management and the technician’s program—Dr. Werber will speak specifically to team members too about what they can do to add value to the practice—and their positions.

Click here for more information on or to register for Dr. Werber’s six CVC San Diego sessions.

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