Avoid "Option paralysis" with veterinary clients

Avoid "Option paralysis" with veterinary clients

A clearly defined course of action will result in action and compliance.
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May 10, 2012

A smoothly operating veterinary clinic is efficient from the front desk to the exam room. Dr. Andrew Roark says veterinarians can bolster their exam room productivity by presenting clients with simple, clearly distinct treatment options and strong recommendations. He explains in this video.

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