How to increase veterinary client visits in this economy (8-part video series)

How to increase veterinary client visits in this economy (8-part video series)

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Jan 06, 2012

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 1, Dr. Felsted gives an overview of the topics she covers in this eight-part video series.

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 2, Dr. Felsted offers an overview from Part II of the Veterinary Care Usage Study.

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 3, Dr. Felsted explains the importance of tracking visits and other important metrics.

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 4, Dr. Felsted offers advice about marketing your veterinary practice. 

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 5, Dr. Felsted reviews how best to communicate the need for veterinary care to your clients. 

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 6, Dr. Felsted offers guidance on how to manage pricing. 

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 7, Dr. Felsted identifies strategies for veterinarians and technicians to cater to feline owners.

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

In this eight-part video series from Dr. Karen Felsted, CEO of the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, you'll learn how to increase veterinary client visits.

In Chapter 8, Dr. Felsted explains the importance of making it easy for clients to schedule and keep appointments.

Note: For an optimized viewing experience, press the full-screen button in the lower right corner of the video player.

 

View the entire video series:
Chapter 1: Overview
Chapter 2: Results from Part II of the Veterinary Care Usage Study
Chapter 3: Track visits and other metrics
Chapter 4: Market your practice
Chapter 5: Communicate the need for veterinary care
Chapter 6: Manage pricing
Chapter 7: "Friend" the cats
Chapter 8: Make it easy to schedule and keep appointments

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