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The not-too-distant future

The Veterinary Innovation Summit showed that pet health care is moving from reactive and acute to proactive and preventive. You can thank telehealth, wearables and other technology-driven ideas.

Insure your property properly

Extensions. Deductibles. Exclusions. Not understanding the terms of your commercial policy could leave you short on coverage.

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Apt apps

The right mobile application can enhance your practice, your relationship with clients and, most importantly, pet health.

Take the fear out of diagnostics

If your procedures leave pets petrified, isn’t it time to try something else?

Choose your words carefully

Clients don’t respond well to lectures. Strive to partner with them for the good of the patient, and remember to ask open-ended questions to jump-start conversations.

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Telemedicine nears a crossroads

Much has been accomplished to this point. Now it’s time for lawmakers and state and national organizations to step up.

Pipelines and pathways

Veterinary professionals can do more inside and outside of the practice to expose young people to potential careers in animal health and plug the leakage of talented students to other industries.

Come aboard!

The veterinary industry has a lot going for it, starting with the historic role pets play in everyday life. Staffing issues and the cost of care deserve attention, however.

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How to support your doctors

Managers should take the lead in finding ways to pay veterinarians more and get them additional free time. Their well-being is at stake.

Ready for departure

Severance agreements can be worthwhile when cutting ties to a team member, but employers need to be careful with the terms and cognizant of applicable laws.

Harness your inner strength

Adhere to five core principles to build a resilient veterinary team and practice.

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merchandising

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Prevail at retail

Think imaginatively and freshen the look to jump-start sagging product sales.

The successful product launch

Choosing a new revenue item is easy. What is time consuming, and more fruitful, is careful planning and staff and client education.

Lunch and learn 2.0

What you do in advance of a staff meeting and how you utilize your sales reps can improve employee buy-in and, in turn, client compliance.

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columns

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The not-too-distant future

The Veterinary Innovation Summit showed that pet health care is moving from reactive and acute to proactive and preventive. You can thank telehealth, wearables and other technology-driven ideas.

Apt apps

The right mobile application can enhance your practice, your relationship with clients and, most importantly, pet health.

Telemedicine nears a crossroads

Much has been accomplished to this point. Now it’s time for lawmakers and state and national organizations to step up.

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Veterinary-exclusive CBD supplement is released

PhytoMAXX Bites is intended for pets with joint, immune, skin or stress issues, according to the manufacturer.

California veterinarian writes another pet book

The author, Dr. Gary Weitzman, is president of the San Diego Humane Society.

eVetPractice gets prescription management upgrade

Real-time integration of Covetrus’ prescription management platform is designed to improve compliance.

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