Effective Ways to Increase Veterinary Business
There has been a rise in pet ownership. In 2020 US pet spending hit $103 billion, the scope for new businesses is huge but so is the competition. As the industry is expanding, new veterinary service providers are showing up. In such scenarios, you have to bring your A game.
Ways to Get More Online Reviews for your Veterinary Practice
Online reviews are not just nice to have, they are a requirement. 72% of people get convinced by online reviews to choose a service. To get more online reviews, ask your clients to leave a review, give small rewards to make them feel appreciated; a discount coupon or some goody. If you receive any negative reviews, reply to them with an apology and let them know their reviews matter.
The Balancing Art: Achieving Work-Life Balance for Veterinarians
Being a veterinarian is a tough job. What’s more tough is maintaining a perfect work-life balance. Which is no less than an art. Keeping no track of time, overworking and not setting priorities can disrupt your balance.
How to Improve Client Communication in Your Veterinary Practice
Client communication is recognized as an important skill to bridge the gap between veterinary teams and clients. It increases engagement, after-care compliance, builds relationships and enhances client satisfaction.
How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Veterinary Industry
In this post, you’ll learn the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in improving the veterinary industry. Learn how new technologies in AI are the leading cause behind the evolution of animal care.
Why Discounting is Bad for Veterinary Practices
Vets have long debated whether discounting is good for their practice or not, and you could be on either side of the debate. But I think you will agree with me when I say this: Vets are unfairly expected to give discounts. According to a study by Canadian Federation of Small Businesses, 41% of vets offer discounts compared to pharmacists and dentists where the number is less than 10%.
The Ultimate Communication Tool During the Pandemic - Part I : Divert Clients Call to Texts Messages
There are many advantages of texting over calling. Faster exchanges between your practice staff, increased numbers of completed tasks, more accurate responses, and consistent improvements are major advantages of texting that lead to delightful client experience. Using call deflection to encourage pet owners to message rather than call will increase client satisfaction—and boost your financial performance overall. Read More
Implementing Telemedicine in Your Veterinary Practice? Here’s Everything You Need to Know
You know that customization is necessary to adapt a one-size fits-all platform to specialty practice. Look for a telemedicine vendor that designed the application with your specific workflows in mind. Are you comfortable that the company knows enough about your business model? One of the ways is to look at how old they are. A vendor who is in the industry for more than a decade will surely have more knowledge Read More
COVID 19: How Veterinary Practices Are Going To Be Affected (And The Way Forward)
COVID 19 has affected businesses all over the world. This article delves briefly into the effects of the pandemic on the vet business, and how it may be the spark that ignites the beginning of telehealth and telemedicine. Health officials all over the world are battling the pandemic called COVID-19. And you know what? Vets are not exempt from this. With questions from clients, uncertainties about the future, and lack of credible information, people are... Read More
9 Alternatives to IDEXX in 2020
With the plethora of veterinary software available in the market right now, it is easy to feel overwhelmed on what to choose. In such cases, the best thing you can do is look at some of the top applications available in the market and see what works for you. Because there are software designed specifically for mobile clinics, and ones that are integrated with radiology software companies.Read More