One of the weirdest communication tools around turned us into a paperless—or at least less-paper—veterinary practice. Here's how to do your homework and get a worried team over the hump. The rubber chicken helps.
To keep your veterinary hospital stable—with coworkers on board—take this advice to heart after the death or sudden disability of the practice owner. Or if you just want a plan to make sure your practice and team will be taken care of if something happens.
We see it in your eyes: You want that new instrument, analyzer, device or software right now for your practice. So ... do you need to talk yourself down from a big purchase or talk it up to the Powers-That-Be? Gary Glassman, CPA, has some advice.