Join our panel of experts in a virtual roundtable format to discuss an array of topics and strategies for vitalizing your clinic during these challenging times. Engaging dialogue will leave you with easy to apply tactics to strengthen the health of your clinic.
Is your practice prepared to evolve with the ever-changing environment around them? Recession proofing your practice through shared purpose and wellbeing is essential for every business’s survival. Learn from tried and true methods of increasing efficiency, innovating solutions, and streamlining implementation plans in order to modernize your revenue stream and strengthen the core of your practice.
An analysis of 2,500 practices found revenue jumped 8% nationwide compared to being flat the previous week. What are these veterinarians doing? This webinar could mean your practice pivots faster.
When COVID-19 mandates to shelter in place eventually end, will you be prepared for the demand for appointments? Work-from-home pet owners will be begging for preventive exams and elective procedures once you give them the green light. Prepare your practice now by watching this important webinar.
In this informative session we will share Quick Tips and Best Practices to determine which patients truly have atopy and how to get to a diagnosis quickly. We also dive into injectable and sublingual immunotherapy options and share how Heska works with you to create tailored treatments for each pet’s unique needs.
Review the pathophysiology of canine pancreatitis along with detailed information on available diagnostic pathways. Learn the differences between current in-house testing options for canine Pancreatic Lipase and the benefits of Heska’s highly selective pancreatic lipase assay. Discover solutions for providing a more tailored treatment plan for your patients while getting them on the road to recovery.
To meet client expectations, the veterinary team can establish a diagnostic foundation of wellness services, set up protocols for early disease detection, maintain standards of care with chronic disease management, and provide real-time results during consultations. An in-house lab can elevate patient care in this respect and, therefore, provide fast relief to the patient.
This article looks at screening for equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis (EOTRH), a recently recognized equine disease in the United States and Europe, and how it can help increase revenue streams for equine veterinarians.