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Slipping veterinary product revenue

November 1, 2011

Check out these stats from Benchmarks 2011: A Study of Well-Managed Practices.

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Form: Opportunities to enhance client value in your veterinary practice

November 1, 2011

Use this downloadable checklist to boost the value of the services your veterinary practice offers.

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The deadly middle: Why veterinary practices' fee structure is failing

November 1, 2011

"Not too high, not too low" doesn't work for fees. Veterinarians' low self-esteem could bankrupt our profession

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The veterinary business wheel needs to keep turning

October 1, 2011

How your veterinary practice compares to success in other industries—and why you should pay attention

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Roadside service for your veterinary practice

October 1, 2011

Look to associate veterinarian compensation and location for the reasons your practice has a flat (revenue)

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Dust off your veterinary practice's accounts receivable

October 1, 2011

If low cash flow is hobbling your equine veterinary practice, outdated policies may be to blame. Here are six steps to collecting money you've earned on old invoices.

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Use a public relations campaign to help your practice grow

September 1, 2011

Recruit new clients and grow your practice with a well-planned campaign to educate the public about the pet care and services you offer.

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Top 3 ways to price products and services

September 1, 2011

Top 3 ways to price products and services

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Veterinary groups form coalition to jumpstart visits to veterinarians

September 1, 2011

St. Louis — The number of veterinary visits is falling, and a new partnership between veterinary associations and animal health companies aims to reverse the trend.

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