Michael Dicks, PhD
Yes, this KPI of the professions health looks better, but the cost to educate veterinarians is still out of sync with the publics value of their services.
While there are a few ongoing and significant concerns among the economic indicators, most signs point to 2018 shaping up well for veterinarians and team members.
Its easy to presume that veterinary colleges receiving lots of public support can charge lower tuitionbut is it true? The AVMA Econ team decided to find out.
Yes, price and income affect the demand for veterinary services. But in the case of nutrition, education may be just as important.
Economic indicators for veterinary medicine are not all rosy. And still private equity is pouring in to buy veterinary practices. Heres where they see potential.