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Technology

Blockchain Technology and the Future of Veterinary Credentials

Blockchain technology gained notoriety for its use with cryptocurrency but offers several potential applications in veterinary medicine and education.

Blockchain technology could open the door for storing and sharing credentials, including competency-based skills, continuing education credits, and more.

How Technology Is Transforming Veterinary Education

From virtual reality to virtual dissection, technology in veterinary education is kicking into high gear.

While the technology being used in today’s veterinary classroom is flipping conventional pedagogy on its head, these experts say more mind-blowing advances may be just ahead.

The State of Big Data and the Animal Internet of Things

Technology is ever-advancing and the animal IoT has massive potential for long-term pet and production animal health.

Technology is ever-advancing and the animal IoT has massive potential for long-term pet and production animal health.

Integrated Solutions

Practice information management systems (PIMS) are designed so veterinary professionals spend less time on paperwork and more time treating patients.

Practice information management systems (PIMS) come in a variety of formats, offering various integrations, tools, and compatibility. Knowing which ones would benefit your practice best is the first step in setting your practice apart.

Telehealth: Navigating the New Normal

While telemedicine has been around for a while, it's recently rocketed into business and could be the future of veterinary medicine.

Don’t fall behind in business by excluding telemedicine in your practice. There are many ways to implement it and customers, old and new, will be grateful.

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How to Set Fees For Veterinary Virtual Care

Incorporating telehealth tools into veterinary practices seems like a no-brainer in this current environment, but for clinics and hospitals that didn't employ them before COVID-19 — or didn't charge for those types of services — pricing them raises a lot of questions.

Incorporating telehealth tools into veterinary practices seems like a no-brainer in this current environment, but for clinics and hospitals that didn’t employ them before COVID-19 — or didn’t charge for those types of services — pricing them raises a lot of questions.

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Telemedicine Emerges as a Care Option for Veterinary Patients

Over the past few weeks as the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded in the U.S., several states have amended their laws to allow the use of telehealth in an effort to provide patients and doctors with a way to interact without physical contact, and the FDA temporarily suspended enforcement of some federal veterinarian-client-patient relationship (VCPR) requirements. Will telemedicine become a permanent part of veterinary clinical practice once COVID-19 is in our rearview mirror? Here are some of the benefits and best practices for implementing telemedicine into your practice.

What’s Next for Veterinarians?

Cutting-edge diagnostic tools, exciting technological developments, and promising advances in animal-health research have provided veterinarians with the ability to ensure that their patients stay healthy and live longer.

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Introducing: VMX Virtual!

We are proud to announce a virtual extension to the VMX Expo Hall, where you can access exclusive content and interact with exhibitors on a year-round basis—VMX Virtual.

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