Here are tips on setting your boundaries and dealing with people and situations that cross those boundaries. Brought to you by CareCredit
Many veterinarians expanded their telemedicine offerings during the pandemic; here are tips to do it better.
There were many outstanding business presentations at the 2019 AAEP Convention. Here are synopses of a few of those talks.
Dr. Amy Grice discusses the changing needs of the equine veterinary industry. Brought to you by CareCredit
Following are equine veterinarian wellness highlights from presentations at the 2019 AAEP Convention.
Social media is a powerful tool that your veterinary practice can utilize to strengthen and grow relationships with clients in the equine world.
A P&L statement is a written record that allows you to diagnose your practice’s financial strengths and weaknesses to increase the life and profitability of your company.
This survey and results on equine veterinarians and the pandemic are brought to you by Merck Animal Health.
You have many decisions to make if you are pregnant and practicing veterinary medicine.
The responses of this survey of equine veterinarians about the COVID-19 pandemic is brought to you by Covetrus.
Compassionate listening and appropriate boundaries are the key elements to successful management of client dissatisfaction.
Substance abuse and addiction were central topics at the 2018 AAEP Convention.
A mission statement describes what a firm wants to do now, while a vision statement outlines what an organization wants to become in the future.
Financial wellness supports both physical and mental health.
Managing your money well can reduce your stress.
When negotiating an employment agreement, employers and candidates should remember to consider the other party’s perspective.
Take small steps toward changing your life—and possibly the profession.
Wellness for your mind is as important as wellness for your body.
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.