Use laminated pictures to save steps in your veterinary practice

Use laminated pictures to save steps in your veterinary practice

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May 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Our kennel technicians would spend time running back and forth between our food display and food room, and they would often forget what they went back to the food room to get. So I took pictures of the food displays and laminated them. Now they can write how many bags of each type of food they need on the photos. Then they check our stock in the food room and bring up what they need. It's more efficient than running back and forth trying to remember which food we're low on.

—Beth Tatum Office manager Fairview Hospital for Animals Decatur, Ill.

Proceedings papers for techs

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