1. Benefits of a Practice Management Software Solution for Clients

    Losing a veterinary patient's medical data translates into losing a valuable client. However, this can be avoided by switching to veterinary practice management software at your healthcare facility. The implementation of practice management software will not only simplify healthcare management for physicians and healthcare providers but will also ease matters for your clientele. A satisfied clien…Read More

  2. Top 4 Qualities of Successful Veterinarians

    Are you wondering how to make a mark in the veterinary business? You've come to the right place. Research has shown that employment for veterinarians is expected to increase by 16 percent from 2019 to 2029, which is faster than other professions' growth rate. Just like prospering leaders have certain traits in common, successful veterinarians also have a few qualities that help them climb higher…Read More

  3. Benefits of Needle-Free Devices in Veterinary Practices

    Are you considering going needle-free technology in your veterinary practice? We’d highly recommend the same! You can prevent your pet clients from several zoonotic diseases and chemical exposure by introducing needle-free devices in your practice. Here’s why you should consider using needle-free technology in your veterinary practice. (more…)…Read More

  4. The Impact of COVID-19 on Veterinary Practices

    Are you expecting your veterinary practice to grapple with the pandemic consistently? As well, you should. Research has shown that more than 30 percent of veterinary practices are making use of telemedicine. Veterinary businesses worldwide are no exception when it comes to how significantly COVID-19 has affected them. With an overwhelming amount of coronavirus cases, veterinary practice owners a…Read More

  5. 5 Veterinary Inventory Trends to Watch In 2020

    According to AAHA and the American Veterinary Medical Association, there are more than 26,000 veterinary practices in the United States. The veterinary industry is very competitive, and demand for vet practices has been on the rise for the last few years. Effectively managing = inventory is essential for your veterinary business's success and growth. It's a complex task, but it can be simplified u…Read More

  6. 4 Ways Employees Could Embezzle from Your Veterinary Practice

    Since most veterinary practices fall in the SME group, they’re highly prone to fraud and theft. Over 70% of veterinary practices and pet hospitals experience fraud, theft, or data embezzlement. According to the AVMA, one in three workers steals on-duty, contributing to an annual loss of $200 billion. (more…)…Read More

  7. Attracting Millennial Veterinarians to Your Clinic

    Gen X has been working hard to build their veterinary practices over many years. But as the pet population increases, millennials (born in 1981-1996) have started showing interest in working for veterinary services. This has led to lucrative opportunities for employers—and the same can be said for millennials. The younger generation is more welfare-centric—educated, upfront, and vocal about …Read More