"Profitability" is not a dirty word in the veterinary clinic

"Profitability" is not a dirty word in the veterinary clinic

Everybody benefits when the practice is in the black.
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Jun 07, 2012

Being profitable doesn't equate to selling out your ideals. Brian Conrad, CVPM, says it's important to explain to your staff how the bottom line buoys up their salaries and benefits, clients' expectations, and patient outcomes.

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