Precount commonly prescribed drugs to save time

Precount commonly prescribed drugs to save time

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Mar 01, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

My office is a tightly run ship with a small staff. One way we save time in the long run is to precount commonly prescribed drugs in our downtime. Then appropriate labeling is all that needs to be done to quickly and efficiently give our clients the medication for their pets. It's very helpful when we are exceptionally busy.

—Polly Hayes, veterinary assistant
Beiling Veterinary Care
Leetonia, Ohio

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