2019 Well-Managed Practice® Benchmarks Study (WMPB®) Provides Insights to the Top Veterinary Practices in the Country

The 2019 Well-Managed Practice® Benchmarks Study (WMPB®) is coming out soon on September 1st!  Are you confident your practice is up to speed and maximizing its results?  Throughout this year WTA Veterinary Consultants and VetSupport have been working hard to bring the veterinary community the latest insights, trends and benchmarks of the top practices in the country, so practices can learn from their success.  We are animal lovers and are passionate about publishing this information to help veterinary practices improve and thrive.  We truly believe that “Better Management is Better Medicine®”, because if your practice is doing well, it can
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How to compete with E-commerce, Dr. Google and Non-traditional Veterinary Care Services

Doug Long, WTA Veterinary Consultants You have probably noticed that technology is running full steam ahead with no signs of slowing down.  Companies like Amazon delivering products, Chewy delivering diets & medications, 1-800-Pet Meds delivering medications, WhiskerDocs providing telemedicine and mobile clinics providing low cost services are taking your revenue. So, how do you compete with the new marketplace?  Kurt Green, CEO of Vetsource suggests “One way for the veterinarian to win is through cultivating a personal relationship with your client and patient.”  Clients want personalization more than ever these days.  Practices can do this by using their data on
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How to Stop Giving Away a Fortune at Your Veterinary Hospital

Charging for your veterinary services isn’t just a necessity financially, it contributes to your employees’ value, as well as the value of those services rendered. Billing your clients for the care your veterinarians and staff provide is critical to giving the practice the necessary resources to continually elevate patient care, invest in new medical technology, and reward your employees with raises. By promoting the value of your staff and services, your clients can better recognize that value, too. To this end, your practice’s fee structure must reflect the quality of client services and the level of patient care you provide.
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