This series of six articles from Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA, can easily guide you through the entire process of strategic planning.
This introduction to strategic planning can help you gain a foothold when mapping out the future of your business.
What happens globally, nationally and in your area can affect how you position your equine veterinary business.
By analyzing the competitive position of your practice, you can make more effective strategic decisions about your future.
Understanding the businesses of other veterinarians in your area can help you be more competitive.
Learn who you are, what you do well and what you don’t do well.
Understanding your internal and external strengths and challenges can help you better plan for success.
New research published in Vaccine shows how scientists have moved a step closer to developing a vaccine to protect horses from strangles.
BEVA's Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) has made available a free collection of online articles on equine vaccine research.
A neurologic Standardbred at The Meadows racetrack in Pennsylvania has tested positive for EHV-1.
24 horses have been reported as affected with equine influenza in Bibb County, Georgia, with 57 horses exposed.
Researchers are exploring the use of stem cells to treat skin wounds in horses with techniques that might eventually translate to human patients.
A horse in Albemarl County, Virginia, has tested positive for EHV-1 after exposure to the EHM horse at New Bolton Center.
Eight trace-forward premises and one trace-back premise have been placed under quarantine for equine herpesvirus.
A racehorse at Laurel Park tested positive on nasal swab for EHV-1 wild type, but negative on whole blood.
Horse euthanized at New Bolton Center in Pennsylvania originated from a farm in Baltimore County, Maryland. The farm of origin is under a 21-day hold.