Client Communication | Veterinary Economics

Client Communication

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FIRSTLINE: Aug 24, 2018
Add some oomph to your heartworm prevention conversations with these tips.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 23, 2018
Is your veterinary clinic's email newsletter falling flat? Use metrics to hit your numbers.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 22, 2018
Educating veterinary clients on the ins and outs of congestive heart failure can be tough. Here’s help.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 08, 2018
Help veterinary clients put together a "go bag" to be ready for disasters like hurricanes, wildfires or tornadoes.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 03, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Try this simple (and subtle) method of signaling to the veterinarian that it’s time to wrap up an appointment.
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VETTED: Aug 03, 2018
Eliminate the stress of elimination for veterinary clients and their fur babies with this handout.
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VETTED: Aug 01, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
For pet owners who are habitually tardy with refills, a pill organizer could be just the thing to remind them.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Program aims to help animal healthcare providers communicate effectively with non-English-speaking employees in large animal settings.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 31, 2018
You're often the gateway to the clinic, so keep clients focused on DVMs' expertise from the get-go when discussing parasite control.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 31, 2018
Concrete results speak to the power of positive training in the veterinary hospital.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 27, 2018
Within one year, compliance for heartworm and flea and tick preventives at our veterinary practice went from 39 to 62 percent.
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dvm360.com: Jul 26, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
When veterinary clients and internet trolls gang up on private practitioners, the effects can hurt business, harm reputations and damage psyches of those on the receiving end of cyberbullying. In this series, experts share tools and plans to help avoid internet rampages, deal with them when they crop up, and help make veterinarians and veterinary team members more resilient when people go on the verbal attack.
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VETTED: Jul 24, 2018
With exam room conversations about pet obesity, you’re playing the long game. It might take a few chats to get a veterinary client on board that there’s a problem and then more talking to agree to a plan. Don’t get frustrated. Try this.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 20, 2018
A simple switch of a single word could drive veterinary client compliance through the roof.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 19, 2018
Want to build your veterinary practice? Dr. Robert Miller says just talk to your clients.