Felsted, Tumblin offer free financial know-how

Felsted, Tumblin offer free financial know-how

Veterinary Economics contributors provide crucial business information on audio CD.
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Mar 04, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Are you looking for some fresh listening material to add to your playlist? Check out this new release—one that's sure to skyrocket up the Billboard Veterinary Top 100 chart. Profitability: A Treatment Plan for Your Practice is an audio CD featuring veterinary management experts Dr. Karen Felsted, CPA, CVPM and Denise Tumblin, CPA. What's more, it's free.

In this audio program, Dr. Felsted and Tumblin explain how to understand key financial performance indicators and find a balance between quality patient care and successful management. They also discuss how to monitor key metrics, including overhead, revenue, expenses, and, most importantly, profitability. "Ultimately, financial success translates into better patient care," Dr. Felsted says. Tumblin agrees. "Veterinarians need to look at their financial numbers as a treatment plan for their business," she says.

Dr. Felsted is CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues (NCVEI) and Tumblin is president of Wutchiett Tumblin & Associates. Both are popular speakers and frequent contributors to Veterinary Economics and dvm360.com.

For more information, call CareCredit at 800-300-4519, ext. 4519.

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