Is Your Practice Proactive or Reactive?
Michele Wright, DVM Practice to Practice, Peer to Peer Welcome to Today’s Veterinary Practice’s newest column—Practice to Practice. This column allows veterinary clinics to share their personal experiences with our readers—their peers. We’ll bring you stories about how clinical medicine and practice development concepts became a reality for veterinary team members and their patients and clients. …
Practices That Continue to Grow: What Are They Doing Right?
Karen E. Felsted, DVM, MS, CPA, CVPM What can you do to grow your practice? Whether you’re the owner, an associate veterinarian, veterinary technician, practice manager, receptionist, or other staff member, it takes the entire practice team working together to create a successful practice in these tough economic times. In the next couple of …
How Veterinary Practices Can Thrive in an Online Environment
When veterinary practices hesitate to purchase technology to integrate into their businesses or embrace the latest in social media, it ultimately affects both the value and development of the business.
Embracing Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
An Interview with Dr. Evan M. Morse
Travelling from the St. Louis International Airport to the AVMA Convention last summer, my colleague Renee and I shared a cab with Dr. Evan Morse and his family. Conversation turned to our backgrounds and endeavors and I found myself listening closely as Dr. Morse described his life-long dedication to civil rights and his corollary devotion …