Practice Management & Marketing Articles
Providing excellent patient care and building a professional business that is both successful and a nice place to work are common goals for most veterinarians. The AAHA Standards of Accreditation help practices succeed in both. While accreditation is voluntary, the shared experience of preparing for and completing the process benefits the entire practice team.
Managing inventory in a veterinary practice can feel overwhelming. After all, you must order, stock and note the various uses of 1,000 or more line items. It helps to break the large project into smaller parts. You’ll not only protect your sanity but also save your practice money.
Your hospital has standing room only at the reception desk...you want to offer puppy education to kindergarteners but have no place to hold the animals in your facility...you’re considering consolidating several solo practitioners into a central hospital.
You have heard it before: a healthy, well-managed veterinary practice should sell for about one year’s gross revenue. Please toss that rule of thumb out the window — it no longer exists!
Ensuring your veterinary practice transitions well to a new owner is a shared responsibility for both you and the buyer.
Don't Get Left Behind: Three Critical Ways to Keep Your Veterinary Practice Competitive, and Profitable
Today’s rapid advancements in veterinary technology and medical information have spurred an increase in specialized services and practices, with doctors delivering better care than ever for their patients.
Branding - what does that really mean to a veterinary practice? Why are some practices concerned about how and what their facility communicates to their clients, employees, competition and the community? Isn’t branding something major corporations do?
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