Office Efficiency | Veterinary Economics

Office Efficiency

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 01, 2004
Barton Heights Veterinary Hospital saves time and money by using a simple design for informational letters on such topics as flea and tick products or Pet Dental Health Month. The practice team uses a copy center to reproduce and tri-fold the letters on colored paper, says practice manager Lynette Ott. The single, tri-folded sheets don't need envelopes and can be mailed without taping or stapling, saving the practice time, labor, and money, she says. She offers these other simple tips.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 01, 2004
How many hours should I schedule for my receptionists in relation to the number of veterinarians on staff?
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 01, 2004
Recently, a veterinarian in the process of hiring a new practice manager asked me "What are the 10 things a practice manager needs to know to be effective?" What a great question! It took a little thinking to narrow the "must-know" list to just 10 items. But whether you're an owner-veterinarian, a practice manager, or the owner's managing spouse, I think you need to apply these strategies to manage the practice effectively.