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Client Communication
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What we can learn from the "other" doctors

July 18, 2014

Do you pay enough attention to how other healthcare professionals act and work?

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Flow chart: Client communication flow chart for preventive care plan enrollment

July 16, 2014

Train your team on how to talk wellness packages with clients using this sample flow chart.

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What if clients aren't buying into my preventive care plans?

July 16, 2014

Want in on monthly and annual wellness plans? Start by simplifying your veterinary practice's options.

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How hard is it for clients to work with your veterinary practice?

July 10, 2014

The eye-opening practice of polling client effort.

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10 veterinary practice time savers

July 8, 2014

For today's veterinarians and team members, time is limited. Use these efficiency-boosting changes to steal back some of those precious minutes lost and keep your focus on pet care.

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Help veterinary clients show love for your clinic

July 1, 2014

This clinic provides helpful instructions to clients on how to post an online review.

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The flea control toolkit

July 1, 2014

This toolkit delivers articles, tips, handouts, videos and tools all designed to make it as easy as possible to discuss flea control with your team and clients. (With an educational grant provided by Merck)

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Posts and tweets about the importance of vaccinations

July 1, 2014

In an era of parents sensitive to the issue of children's vaccines, these tweets and Facebook posts can explain the importance of pet vaccinations to veterinary clients.

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Pain control pushback

June 16, 2014

Q: We're getting some clients who don't want to pay for and don't see the need for some at-home pain control drugs. Can you offer us any tips for explaining the value and importance of pain control for pets?

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