Oh no! The "brrrrr" is here! Is winter keeping veterinary clients away? Use your down time as a practice manager or practice owner for something not so fun but super useful: improving your drug inventory processes.
You know you must keep records each and every time a controlled substance changes hands or is used on a veterinary patient. CVC educator Mary Berg offers this advice to complete DEA form 222 flawlessly.
Tools that have been around for years are more useful when we understand them better, and new tools can increase patients’ quality of life, says emergency and critical care specialist Dr. Garret Pachtinger.
As veterinary medicine trends toward increased corporatization, let's get real—are things really as bad as you think? Or even better than you imagined? We asked experts from all sides of the debate on whether it's worth it for team members to ascend the (corporate medicine) ladder.