VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Nov 1, 2012 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Nov 1, 2012
Cover Story
Homeward bound
By Denise Tumblin, CPA , Christina Materni
What's more convenient than a visit to the veterinary practice? When the veterinarian offers an online pharmacy to deliver drugs right to clients' doorstep. Here's why you should be that doctor.
Checking in
Your pharmacy's dead! Long live your pharmacy!
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
The battle for pharmacy dollars may be over, but the war for your veterinary patients' health has only just begun.
Practice Management Q & A
Figure percentage compensation
There's a quick way to calculate compensation for veterinarians who bring new clients to a practice.
Give the right veterinary employee discount
What's reasonable and what's excessive for discounted veterinary services?
Practice Tips
What's in your paycheck?
By Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA
Salary negotiations are a balancing act for veterinary practice owners and associates.
Job interviews are a two-way street
By Bob Levoy
While you're judging job applicants, they're judging you and your veterinary practice.
Case Studies
Divide and conquer your veterinary hospital
By Sarah Moser
Splitting the PetCare Veterinary Hospital in Santa Rosa, Calif., in two led to more growth and better veterinary client service.
Click & Copy
Take the "ouch" out of osteoarthritis
Give veterinary clients the tools to improve their arthritic pets' quality of life.
Practice Software
10 steps to client-friendly reminders
By Andrea Hewitt, Assistant Content Specialist
Use these suggestions to improve and diversify your scheduling and communication with clients.
Article Contest Winner
Don't leave 'em asking
By Jeremy Keen, DVM
Eight questions to uncover whether you're exceeding clients' expectations during visits for better service and more information.
Hot Button
Why veterinarians shouldn't be allowed to blog
By Jed Schaible, VMD, MBA, CVPM
Blogging may be the latest trend, but evidence suggests that veterinarians should share their knowledge in other ways.

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