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DVM360 MAGAZINE: May 01, 2004
What can we say about fees and fee structure that hasn't already been said?
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 28, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
Hiring a practice manager can boost productivity, staff satisfaction, and practice revenue. Just ask Dr. Gail Mason, MA, Dipl. ACVIM, co-owner of Bath-Brunswick Veterinary Associates in Brunswick, Maine. She and co-owner Dr. Mark Mason, MS, Dipl. ABVP, have saved 15 hours a week combined since they hired practice manager Perian Phillips seven years ago. Between the two specialists, the practice can schedule four additional 45-minute referral appointments per day.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 14, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
“Kidney disease is the No. 1 disease I diagnose,” says Dr. Arnold Plotnick, DABVP, DACVIM, owner of Manhattan Cat Specialists in New York. “And cats with kidney disease that eat appropriate diets live longer.” The key, he says, is for clients to try each of the available diets until he or she finds one the pet will accept.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Mar 31, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Robert Esplin's client knew the value of the canine blood bank when he rushed his dog to Sylvania Veterinary Hospital in Sylvania, Ohio. The twist: the dog being rushed to the hospital was called in to donate blood to another dog in need.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Mar 18, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
“Phone scripts help receptionists educate new clients before they enter the practice,” says Tracy Dowdy, CVPM, a consultant in Dallas. In her consulting work, Dowdy introduces phone scripts that emphasize the value of basic services into practices across the country.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Mar 03, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
Few pets miss their regular test or get behind on their medications at Lost Mountain Animal Hospital in Marietta, Ga. That's because office manager Debi Cook sends out reminders to clients to make appointments for procedures, tests, and medications, such as T4 levels and phenobarbital screens every six months, heartworm medication every year, and regular dentals.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 18, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
“I don’t think we could practice medicine properly without the pumps,” says Dr. Robert Esplin, owner of Sylvania Veterinary Hospital in Sylvania, Ohio.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Feb 01, 2004
Examination is 50 percent of the work of our profession. Examination is the key to our success or failure in the pursuit of our profession. Examination is the most botched up service performed by fully 50 percent of our colleagues in both its qualitative and quantitative aspects.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 07, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
Five years ago Pet Care Hospital in Plano, Texas, opened a doggie daycare service and the practice, clients, and dogs continue to reap the rewards. "Clients take home tired dogs, worn out from a day full of play and exercise. And over the long-term, the daycare builds the dogs' self-confidence so they aren't fearful," says Jill Vincent, a certified trainer who runs the daycare as well as the practice's dog-training classes.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2003
Experts estimate labor costs and benefits rank as top income eaters among the nation's veterinary practices.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2003
There's one person Dr. Dave Richards must confront every time he prepares to raise fees in practice - himself.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 01, 2003
Answer to practice woes could be as simple as 'who's answering the phone'
Sep 01, 2002
Nashville, Tenn.- As the University of Tennessee's (UT) veterinary college and hospital reopens following a historic three-day government shutdown, DVM educators say the state legislature's impasse on a budget not only is to blame for the closure, but also signifies an economic crunch of national proportions.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 01, 2002
By dvm360.com staff
Bob, an 8-year-old West Highland Terrier is waiting. Bob used to be 'Bobby' but the years have aged him. Bob's owners, John and Sarah, have been somewhat neglectful of Bob.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: May 01, 2002
Providing estimates on veterinary procedures can often tip the scales on acceptance or anger about fees.