Live from CVC San Diego: Managing change in veterinary practices

Live from CVC San Diego: Managing change in veterinary practices

Make a plan to follow through so new ideas don't slip through the cracks.
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Dec 06, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

The top-tier speakers at CVC San Diego will give you tons of exciting new ideas. But can you implement the things you learn back at the clinic? Listen as dvm360 Content Director Marnette Falley shares insights on change management from a session at the Veterinary Economics Managers' Retreat.

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