What would you change about your practice?

What would you change about your practice?

In the first-ever dvm360 Change Survey, we asked you to choose the top 10 things you want to change in your practice. Find them below along with data on whether you'd be willing to switch up things if it meant increased client visits.
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Aug 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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Top 10 thinks you want to change in your practice:

1. Empty appointment times:







 

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2. Inefficiencies and work flow problems

3. Better delegation to team members who take ownership of their duties

4. More focus on wellness plans and preventitive care

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5. Inconsistent billing and service among doctors

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6. Old-looking reception areas and client-facing areas

7. Poor and inconsistent marketing

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8. Want to go paperless

9. Inadequate, rushed team training

10. Better practice software

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