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setting fees for veterinary telemedicine

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.

Warning About Use of Antiparasitic Drug Ivermectin to Treat COVID-19

PIJAC urges veterinary staff to warn pet owners against using pet care products for humans in the face of research suggesting a treatment for COVID-19.

PIJAC urges veterinary staff to warn pet owners against using pet care products for humans in the face of research suggesting a treatment for COVID-19.

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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.

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Best Practices for Veterinary Curbside Check-ins to Stem Coronavirus

Curbside drop-offs and pick-ups at veterinary clinics and hospitals essentially keep pet owners out of the exam room but still connected to the veterinary medical team. Adopting this “concierge service” minimizes the number of people entering the veterinary clinic or hospital and reduces any risk of spreading COVID-19, keeping both clients and the veterinary staff safe.

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