Meet veterinary clients' needs with wellness plans

Meet veterinary clients' needs with wellness plans

You can achieve better patient care and increased revenue by implementing wellness plans today.
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Jul 26, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Are your clients drifting? Do they fear the cost of annual visits? If so, your patients are missing out on important preventive care. A wellness program can eliminate the barrier, encouraging clients to bring in their pets sooner and more often. It can also attract clients and their pets year-round, even during your slowest months.

Planning and pricing your practice’s wellness plan offerings is a critical first step. Download a pricing worksheet from Partners for Healthy Pets and put it to work in your veterinary hospital today.

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