Veterinary owners | Veterinary Economics

Personnel management

Sample 360 review form

FIRSTLINE

Need help getting started with 360 reviews? Try these sample employee and manager forms.

How not to tank your 360 employee reviews

VETTED

Managers, before you try this innovative approach to employee feedback for your veterinary hospital, make sure you're not about to make big mistakes.

The dvm360 guide to 360 employee reviews

dvm360.com

OK, we know you're dreading getting through all those employee reviews at your veterinary practice. Here, we explain how to simplify this process—and offer more effective reviews that help team members achieve your core values.

Constructive criticism, deconstructed

FIRSTLINE

Veterinary-technician-turned-hospital-manager Danielle Russ sorts fact from fiction to explain what constructive criticism is and how to use it.

Want to see more insured pets? Try this expert tip

VETTED

Making insurance a team member benefit turns your veterinary employees into passionate advocates—and boosts your practice’s bottom line.

Revenue strategies

Want to see more insured pets? Try this expert tip

VETTED

Making insurance a team member benefit turns your veterinary employees into passionate advocates—and boosts your practice’s bottom line.

Why the lab is your goldmine

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Cost-cutting is not where the gold in your team's success lies. Look to diagnostics for the biggest boost in revenue AND patient health.

Do YOU doggie daycare?

VETTED

Pets can benefit from training, boarding and day care owned by a veterinarian—the DVM is the expert, after all, not pet service and pet retail staff somewhere else. Just figure out if this chance for pet enrichment for your clients is the right fit for your veterinary hospital's philosophy, staff and location.

Bringing balance to your veterinary practice’s financial health

DVM360 MAGAZINE

If you don’t consider the balance sheet along with your income statement, you really have no idea if your business is healthy.

Letter to dvm360: Pricing veterinary services is more complicated than article suggests

DVM360 MAGAZINE

If practice owners held prices at or below inflation, we’d all go broke, reader maintains.