Check your veterinary data: Management metrics

Check your veterinary data: Management metrics

Measure the health of your veterinary practice by reviewing these 15 metrics monthly.
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Mar 07, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

Too many veterinary practice owners don't look at their numbers frequently enough, says Dr. McCurnin. "If they look at the numbers every six months and see their expenses are up or revenues down, they've missed that period of time to make improvement," he says. By looking at the data monthly and comparing it to the last 24 or 36 months in your practice, you can quickly see what's changed and identify any trends.

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