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Issue: 61 - Jan 15, 2014
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Dr Sally Foote
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Marsha L. Heinke, CPA, Inc
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Snowgoose Veterinary Management Consulting
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Press #1 To Delete Technology, Press #2 To Use Technology Correctly

By: Louise S. Dunn
Snowgoose Veterinary Management Consulting

Description: Read any industry magazine and you will see an article about the use of technology in today’s veterinary practices. From digital x-ray, to computers, to social media, technology is infiltrating every aspect of veterinary practice management. Yet, given all this technology, many practices are still not seeing outrageous ROIs when they invest in technology. Why is that? Could it possibly be that technology alone is not the answer?

How to be Much More Effective in 2014

By: Dr. Phil Zeltzman
Dr. Phil Zeltzman1

Sam woke up and made a conscious decision to be super-effective. But as soon as he walked into the clinic, doo-doo hit Sam's fan. Drama, interruptions and bumps in the road put a dent in his effectiveness... and morale. Today we share the solution to our colleague's classic mistake.

Risk Management: Sexual Harassment Policy and Related Issues

By: Marsha L. Heinke, CPA
Marsha L. Heinke, CPA, Inc

Employee claims of employer wrongdoing seem to grow faster than Petri dish colonies. The considerable overgrowth of threats demand employer awareness of laws such as those against sexual harassment and prevention effort through implementation and maintenance of policies, training, documentation, and other activities. Veterinary practice administrators can reduce the probability of claims and cost of claims defense whenever they inevitably occur and whether valid or not.

Veterinarians Treating Humans, Where Do We Draw The Line? ©

By: Charlotte A. Lacroix DVM, JD
Veterinary Business Advisors

Patty Khuly, VMD, MBA of Veterinary Practice News recently wrote a very enlightening article regarding the high incidence of self-treatment and medication of all manner of maladies and injuries by veterinarians ...

Words from the Past May Enlighten Today’s Bosses

By: Maureen Blaney Flietner
Mavourneen LLC/MBF Communications

Apparently most American workers are just “present” at their jobs. So how do you inspire them to care?

Preventing Feline Housemate Aggression

By: Dr. Sally J Foote DVM CABC-IAABC
Dr Sally Foote

Housemate cat fights are very common in our feline patients. We rarely see problems directly related to this in practice. It takes a very bold, aggressive cat to cause deep puncture wounds requiring care. We may think this is just a single, bad event ...