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Joy Fuhrman, DVM, MBA, CPA

Column:VetPartners Corner

Vet Partners member Dr. Joy Fuhrman has extensive experience in financial consulting and corporate accounting. She is a certified public accountant, a graduate of Colorado State University’s combined MBA/DVM program and an adjunct faculty member at Midwestern University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Originally from South Africa, Dr. Fuhrman is a partner in a small animal general practice as well as an industry consultant and a national speaker.

Vet Partners member Dr. Joy Fuhrman has extensive experience in financial consulting and corporate accounting. She is a certified public accountant, a graduate of Colorado State University’s combined MBA/DVM program and an adjunct faculty member at Midwestern University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Originally from South Africa, Dr. Fuhrman is a partner in a small animal general practice as well as an industry consultant and a national speaker.

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Don’t Misfire on Missed Charges

Tens of thousands of dollars likely go uncollected each year at your practice. Modern technology delivers solutions.

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Harness your inner strength

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

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