The future of the veterinary practice manager

The future of the veterinary practice manager

An expert's opinion on a growing field.
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Jun 12, 2014

The landscape of the veterinary business is evolving in previously unimagined ways. Here Brian Conrad, CVPM, explains to Veterinary Economics Editor Brendan Howard how certified practice managers are essential foils for owners wishing to stay ahead of the curve. No. 2 of a five-part discussion.

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