How to guarantee veterinary staff buy-in

How to guarantee veterinary staff buy-in

Usher in change at the clinic the easy way.
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Jun 27, 2014

You've just attended CVC or read an exciting article on dvm360.com. Now, you're all fired up and brimming with ideas for ways to change everything at your veterinary hospital. But you know that getting everyone back home on board isn't always so easy. Here, Brian Conrad, CVPM, shares his best practices for getting team members on board with changes. Veterinary Economics Editor Brendan Howard interviews.

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