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Articles by Brian Conrad, CVPM

Brian Conrad, CVPM

Practice manager, speaker, author

Brian Conrad, CVPM, has been the practice manager for Meadow Hills Veterinary Center in Kennewick, Wash., since 1999. During his tenure at Meadow Hills, the clinic has been named Veterinary Economics Hospital of the Year in 2001 and the 2004 Mid-Columbia Small Business of the Year. Conrad is a frequent lecturer for the CVC conventions and a contributor to Veterinary Economics and Firstline magazines. He was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Veterinary Hospital Management Association.

Don't miss Conrad's CVC Power Hour on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011, during CVC Kansas City, where he'll let you in on what pet owners really think. Learn more about CVC by clicking here.

For a list of Conrad's articles and videos for Firstline, click here.

Articles
How hard is it for clients to work with your veterinary practice?
July 10, 2014

The eye-opening practice of polling client effort.

How to guarantee veterinary staff buy-in
June 27, 2014

Usher in change at the clinic the easy way.

The future of the veterinary practice manager
June 12, 2014

An expert's opinion on a growing field.

Veterinary practice managers make business happen
June 4, 2014

Hold your own in a tumultuous economy with the right staff in place.

Time is money (yours and your clients') in the veterinary practice
September 18, 2013

Take 10 seconds to explain the holdup and save everyone some trouble.

Associate veterinarians: How to convince the practice owner to hire a manager
July 31, 2013

Rest easy and improve clinic life by completing the team.

What not to do as a new veterinary practice manager
May 23, 2013

Management moves to avoid and embrace

How can I find time for veterinary strategic planning?
April 16, 2013

An expert's perspective on the value of big picture strategy.

Team meeting a snoozefest? Fix it!
February 1, 2013

Whether it's too many tangents, irrelevant discussions, or too much nitpicking and criticism bringing you down—use this advice to wake up your veterinary team meetings.

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