Change in veterinary practice: Anticipate worries

Change in veterinary practice: Anticipate worries

Tried and true advice from the frontlines
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May 10, 2014
By dvm360.com staff

You want the new procedure or policy. Brian Conrad—who co-speaks with Dr. Andy Roark at CVC Washington, Kansas City and San Diego this year—shared an anecdote of how he did it in a session. dvm360 Business Channel Director Brendan Howard reports.



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