GlobalVetLINK (GVL), the leader in digital solutions for animal health, is proud to announce the upcoming CE webinar, Equine Digital Best Practices Panel on Feb. 5. GVL received official approval from the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) to provide Continuing Education (CE) credit for the Equine Webinar. RACE is a key program provided by the American Association of Veterinary State Board, with a purpose of developing and applying uniform standards related to providers and programs of continuing education.
The Equine Digital Best Practices Webinar will offer one hour of CE credit with the purpose of educating equine veterinarians, veterinarian technicians and practice administration about digital best practice methods in successful equine veterinary practices today. For attendees to earn their CE credit they must register at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/198351142.
Panelists will include three industry professionals: Robert P. Magnus, DVM, MBA; Matt Frazier, DVM; and Allison Bailey, Equine Practice Manager. Each panelist will demonstrate how digital document management solutions have helped minimize the burden of practice administration, and ultimately become a more efficient practice overall.
Webinar attendees can expect to learn:
- The best-kept secrets of industry experts;
- How using digital solutions document management can help minimize the burden of practice management;
- How veterinarians can focus on serving the animals rather than clinic administration;
- How best practices can improve your communication with other equine stakeholders, for example animal health officials, diagnostic laboratories, etc.
To learn more about or register to attend this webinar held Wednesday February 5th at 1pm EST visithttps://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/198351142.
GlobalVetLINK was founded in 2001 and is the nation's leader in digital animal health records, providing intuitive online certification solutions that enable animal health practitioners to quickly and accurately create professional health records. Their services embrace both companion and food animal where animal health practitioners and their clients can manage their records at any time and from anywhere with Internet access. The GVL system uniquely connects veterinarians, animal owners, animal diagnostic laboratories, industry partners and government officials to improve overall animal wellness and safety. GlobalVetLINK services support animal health practitioners to establish protocols that will help improve their business in all aspects, including saving money and time. For more information contact Amy Yarnell, GlobalVetLINK, 2604 Northridge Parkway, Ames, IA 50010; 515-817-5054; firstname.lastname@example.org.