Associates: It's time for a new take on practice ownership

Associates: It's time for a new take on practice ownership

Being an owner doesn't mean you're doomed to work long hours.
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Aug 29, 2010

Dr. Andy Rollo, an associate veterinarian in the Detroit area, and Dr. Karl Salzsieder, JD, a consultant based in Washington state, discuss why many associates may have a skewed idea about what it means to be a practice owner. Hint: long hours and a shortage of personal time are not required.



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