Category: Veterinary Practice Solutions

A veterinarian’s plan for navigating COVID-19

During this pandemic, veterinary practices are limited to practicing urgent care and seeing only sick patients. As a result, practice revenues and bottom line are being severely impacted.  Yes, times are tough. The pet care industry has always been resilient in economic downturns, but is it somehow different this time? The social distancing and shelter-in-place measures […]

Are preventative care plans right for your practice?

As veterinarians, it’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day of practice and miss out on opportunities to discuss preventative care with clients. Even though there are clear medical and financial reasons to promote preventative medicine, it is also something that can be easily overlooked by busy pet parents and caregivers. So how can you […]

4 ways to handle outstanding veterinary bills

Did you know that the average veterinary practice has over $80,000 in unpaid invoices? Veterinarians often find themselves in situations where they sacrifice profit margins due to their love for animals and their desire to provide the best care possible. But providing the best care for your clients doesn’t have to leave you with an […]

Increase your bonding rate with every client

In a previous article we prescribed 3 measures to ensure your practice’s financial health. One of the most critical measures was tracking and optimizing your clinic bonding rate, which was defined as how frequently your clients returned to your clinic within 18 months of when you last saw them. This metric is especially important because […]