The No. 1 financial number in veterinary practice

The No. 1 financial number in veterinary practice

Indispensable advice from a leading industry thinker.
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Jul 19, 2012

Veterinary practice finances can be daunting, but it requires your attention. Here Ross Clark, DVM, breaks down key elements of open-book management and EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) and explains how they factor into the most important number in practice finances.

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