Use this advice from CVC in Baltimore to avoid the wrong hire

Use this advice from CVC in Baltimore to avoid the wrong hire

 
Apr 08, 2010

In the two days preceding CVC in Baltimore, consultant Denise Tumblin led the Veterinary Economics Progress in Practice seminars, where she shared data from the Benchmarks 2009 study. 


Her mantra when she addresses veterinary practice management issues is "efficient, effective, and productive," and under that umbrella she gave advice on everything from fee setting and expense control to personnel management. In this video segment, dvm360 Content Director Marnette Falley shares strategies from the session on hiring in veterinary practices.


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