Veterinary owners | Veterinary Economics

Personnel management

What to do when chronic tardiness is a chronic problem

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Ask the dvm360/VHMA Practice Manager of the Year: A valued veterinary team employee is always late and we’ve tried talking to her with no success. What do I do?

An open letter from a disillusioned veterinary school graduate

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While the financial problems plaguing veterinary education may hog the spotlight, this young veterinarian says it’s time to talk about the other issues—those that occur behind closed doors and within closed minds—that are making students sour.

Show them the numbers!

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Veterinary team members can be inspired, motivated and invigorated by focusing on the right benchmarks. CVC educator and practice management guru Brian Conrad shares some of his faves.

‘Break’ check

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

You can't stop your veterinary practice systems, your equipment, your team or even yourself from breaking sometimes. But CVC educator Dave Nicol says it’s how you plan for and deal with the breakages that makes all the difference.

Why are veterinarians failing at paperless practice?

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Ask the dvm360/VHMA Practice Manager of the Year: The computers are great, the medical records are easy, but how exactly does anybody find the time to get their charting done with busy exam rooms?

Revenue strategies

The skeptic’s guide to veterinary wellness plans

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Here are straight-up answers to six questions you may be asking yourself about bundled preventive-care-service plans.

Veterinarians: Will you continue to own your profession?

DVM360 MAGAZINE

Unless veterinarians develop a financial focus, they may lose their position of influence in veterinary medicine.

Show them the numbers!

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Veterinary team members can be inspired, motivated and invigorated by focusing on the right benchmarks. CVC educator and practice management guru Brian Conrad shares some of his faves.

Preventive-care plans: Make it happen ... finally

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

CVC Virginia Beach speaker John Volk saw preventive-care plans as the future more than 15 years ago. Today, he sees their eventual adoption in most, if not all, private practices over time as inevitable.

Q&A: Is hydrotherapy feasible for a smaller practice?

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

CVC educator Dr. Matt Brunke, CCRP, CVPP, CVA, explains why you should consider adding this multifactorial tool to your practice.