Time is money (yours and your clients') in the veterinary practice

Time is money (yours and your clients') in the veterinary practice

Take 10 seconds to explain the holdup and save everyone some trouble.
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Sep 18, 2013

In a veterinary hospital, emergencies will happen and they will disrupt your day. But a busy schedule is no reason to blow off a client. Here Brian Conrad, CVPM, exhibits the effective—and ineffective—way to keep clients apprised of the timeline. It's part of our video series "Say this, not that!"

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