BizQuiz: Do you know enough about your practice's profitability and value?

BizQuiz: Do you know enough about your practice's profitability and value?

Many veterinary practices have a low level of profitability—and many owners aren't aware they have a problem. But the good news is that the condition is correctible.
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Aug 16, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Many veterinary practices have a low level of profitability—and many owners aren’t aware they have a problem. But the good news is that the condition is correctible.

Find out if you know enough about profitability and value by answering these 10 questions, all based on information in this seven-part video series, presented by Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, the CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues.

>> Click here to take the quiz

The full series
Chapter 1: Is your practice as profitable as you think?
Chapter 2: What is the buyer buying?
Chapter 3: How can I determine my practice’s true profitability?
Chapter 4: What common items must be adjusted?
Chapter 5: What’s a good level of profitability?
Chapter 6: What resources can help me calculate profitability?
Chapter 7: Think you might have a No-Lo Practice?
BizQuiz: Do you know enough about your practice's profitability and value?

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