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Tips for purchasing in-house veterinary diagnostic equipment

Factors to consider when purchasing new diagnostic equipment for your veterinary clinic.

Innovations to watch in veterinary medicine

Wearable medical devices, biomarker and genetic testing, 3D printing and virtual care are among the advancements impacting the veterinary industry.

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5 ways to master the art of communicating with veterinary clients

Client expectations for both the level and mode of communication are rapidly changing. Don't get left behind.

Seeing is believing

Words on a computer screen or smartphone carry only so much weight. Making a video pitch to job candidates can elevate your practice’s recruiting efforts.

Advice that pays for itself

Cash-strapped clients want to provide appropriate veterinary care for their pets, and many of them are open to frank discussions about money. Be ready to propose a few financial options.

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Sell now or later?

What likely will be the biggest financial decision of your life shouldn’t be made in haste. You can sell your practice quickly to a consolidator, hand off to an associate in 10 years or do something in between. Weigh your options and the pros and cons.

A golden opportunity

The human-animal bond has brought monumental change to the veterinary industry. You can run with the pack and enjoy the riches, or you can be a slow-to-react naysayer.

The gender divide

Truth be told, misogyny is a problem in veterinary medicine. Our increasingly female profession can take constructive steps to even the playing field.

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My dog broke his leg

Sure, veterinary practices are super busy, but curtly turning away emergency cases or making pet owners endure long, silent waits won’t endear clients to your hospital. Video or audio visits, anyone?

Your unique path to mindfulness and flow

Identify an appealing activity that you can consistently incorporate into your regular routine.

How to reduce burnout

The pandemic has made work and daily life even more stressful. You can mitigate the tension if you set expectations for clients, fine-tune staff schedules and practice self-care.

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Don’t be afraid to sell a product

You’re not a peddler, you’re a veterinary professional looking out for your patients’ best interests.

Never stop learning

Whether in person or online, the educating of veterinary teams by sales reps needs to remain a priority, even in a COVID world.

Sales in a stay-at-home world

Regardless of whether you buy a particular product or service, the company representative is deserving of your time. You never know when a business relationship will pay off for your hospital and clients.

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Don’t be afraid to sell a product

You’re not a peddler, you’re a veterinary professional looking out for your patients’ best interests.

My dog broke his leg

Sure, veterinary practices are super busy, but curtly turning away emergency cases or making pet owners endure long, silent waits won’t endear clients to your hospital. Video or audio visits, anyone?

Seeing is believing

Words on a computer screen or smartphone carry only so much weight. Making a video pitch to job candidates can elevate your practice’s recruiting efforts.

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Hallmarq updates MRI unit for small animals

A Tennessee practice is among the first to use the second-generation system.

Antech introduces PCR ringworm panel

The DNA-based test can be performed on dogs, cats, horses, rabbits and small rodents.

Vetscan Imagyst delivers fast parasite analysis

The point-of-care Zoetis product checks a pet’s fecal sample using image recognition, algorithms and artificial intelligence.

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Need financing? A community bank can help

Applying for an SBA loan might seem a laborious process, but the right lender can cut through the red tape and sometimes offer more flexible rates and terms.

What one practice learned during COVID

Paperless transactions, curbside service and telemedicine lead to a safer environment for clients and hospital team members.

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