Reform your veterinary practice's "Negative Nancy"

Reform your veterinary practice's "Negative Nancy"

You must take action to protect the team and the clinic at large.
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Jul 02, 2012

If gossip and grumbling have crept into your veterinary clinic, Veterinary Economics Advisory Board member Dr. Ernie Ward says the situation must be addressed in one of two ways. Watch this video to learn your choices.

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