Veterinary practice managers make business happen

Veterinary practice managers make business happen

Hold your own in a tumultuous economy with the right staff in place.
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Jun 04, 2014

The economy isn't perfect, but practice managers make things better at veterinary clinics. Brian Conrad, CVPM—a working practice manager and vice president of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association—explains the need for the dedicated manager to dvm360 Business Channel Director and Veterinary Economics Editor Brendan Howard. No. 1 of a five-part discussion.

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