1. 3 KPIs Every Vet Practice Should Track

    Key performance indicators (KPIs) reflect a business's performance that impacts the achievement of its objectives. In the veterinary industry, the vet clinics track KPIs to learn about their financial and operational performance. Every successful vet clinic monitors a wide range of KIPs to improve their services and maximize their market share. If you want to start monitoring the KPIs for your vet…Read More

  2. Digital Reminders: Why They’re Important for Your Vet Practice

    For most veterinary clinics, client retention is one of the most important facets of their practice. The ability to retain patients can play a pivotal role in achieving sustainability and growth. Every year, an average vet practice loses a portion oaf its client base, which cost them thousands of dollars in revenue. In many instances, patients never return after an initial visit. Here’s why digi…Read More

  3. Using Veterinary Management Technology Efficiently

    For a busy veterinary practice, learning to quickly adapt to an unexpected situation is crucial; improvising is necessary to make it through the many stressors veterinarians face on any given day. That being said, a clinic’s efficiency is heavily dependent on the systems it sets in place and whether or not it has streamlined workflows. A disorganised and cumbersome process will not only affect …Read More

  4. 4 Best Practices for Employee EMR Software Training

    Transitioning to an electronic medical record (EMR) software system is daunting to some veterinary practices, because they fear they’ll lose the comfortable familiarity of a traditional paper-based system. EMR software, however, has many benefits, and with the right training, your staff will be used to it in no time, no matter how complicated it may be. Simply implementing EMR software isn’t e…Read More

  5. How EMR Software Can Help Integrate Records

    Every veterinary practice needs to maintain comprehensive patient histories if there is any hope of delivering consistently excellent patient care outcomes. From prescription records to diagnostic imaging and even patient scheduling—each piece of information is crucial for successful patient recovery. Beyond patient care, there are several types of data relevant to the administration of your pra…Read More