Buying or Selling a Practice
Light it up
See examples of natural light infusing the veterinary hospital environment, and hear from this Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference speaker why you want as much as you can get (within reason).
Letter to dvm360: Minor changes, major benefits
A reader (and veterinary practice manager) explains how small aesthetic upgrades in her hospital
changed the attitudes of clients and team members for the better.
How is Fear Free affecting veterinary hospital design?
Listen to how veterinary architect Heather Lewis thinks the approach is reformulating facility design.
Eye on design: The top 10 veterinary hospital design articles of 2017
Award winners! Fear Free design tips! Boost your curb appeal! Here are the articles you couldnt miss this year.
Your new veterinary facility is done! Now what?
OKyou can remove the hard hat now, but dont get too relaxed. More change may be ahead.
4 dead design fads in veterinary clinics
Veterinary architect Ashley Shoults, AIA, considers a quartet of once-stylish-now-troubling veterinary hospital design fads that are fixable (we promise!).
Under one roof: When specialist and generalist share space
Creating a working partnership with a generalist can open the door to a career path you may not have considered.
Control your veterinary construction project budget
Our architect says keep your eye on the prize and wind up with what you want.
Q&A with millennial practice owners
Their student debt is frightening. The generation's urge to own is lightening. Find out from two young veterinary practice owners why they did it, how they did it, and what their advice is for their generational cohort.
Upcoming construction project? You be the veterinarian and let someone else project manage
This hospital design expert says vets must resist the urge to undertake what will essentially lose them money.
Biz Essentials: Buying or Selling a Veterinary Practice
Tools, tips and plans to inspire you to buy a veterinary practice, help you sell a practice or get your deal with the right buyer and sell through.
Practice get sold? Dont be pressured to scan and sign
If youre an associate veterinarian, your new employment contract is worth a careful readso dont let the transition team pressure you into a quick turnaround.
5 tips from award-winning veterinary hospital owners
Need some veterinary hospital design inspiration and ideas? Here are five quick ideas and words of wisdom to use now or bank for your dream hospital in the future.
Is separating species in a veterinary facility too costly?
Smart design can keep stress low and patients at ease.
Corporate sale: Multiple offers may mean millions
Whats your veterinary practice worth? Dr. Karen Felsted tells CVC attendees what to expectand how to get more.
How engineers save veterinarians' butts
An engineer's input can make sure your new veterinary hospital is suitably powered, ventilated and safe for patients.
How to sell to an associate for a corporate price
A veterinary practice owner who wants more than "fair market value" and an associate veterinarian who wants to buy in slowly and receive mentorship will want to consider this plan.
Stock vs. asset practice sale: Who cares?
Turns out, maybe everybodyeager veterinary associate and practice owner veteran alike. It's just not usually a big fight, says veterinary practice management guru Dr. Karen Felsted.
'I've never been a fan of forcing pets'
Lower-stress care and Fear Free design permeate this solo practice owner's dream project.
Saying hello to separation agreements
Lets get to know what these documents are, how they can help and why they might benefit your practice (and your wallet).
A new NorthStar for clients
The skys the limit for NorthStar VETS. Discover how they packed their new satellite veterinary clinic location into a space one-fifth the size of their main location.
Plan space in the veterinary clinic for your stuff and your staff
CVC educator Dan Chapel says "storage isn't sexy," but it's essential.
The Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference provides focus and feedback
CVC educator Gary Glassman calls it, "The greatest forum of understanding all of the aspects of your project."
The skeptics guide to veterinary wellness plans
Here are straight-up answers to six questions you may be asking yourself about bundled preventive-care-service plans.
Two tips for potential leasehold veterinary practices
Wayne Usiak, AIA, shares strategies for location selection and maximizing small spaces.
Check-in and check-out all in the pet care suite
Can you really do away with the reception area? This veterinarian says yes.
From reception to lab space and everything in betweenweve got you covered
The 2017 Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Supplement walks through all areas of your dream hospital.
Old School, New School: Drexit strategy
Dr. Codger dreams and schemes about how to hand off his responsibilities at his veterinary practiceand perhaps still receive a paycheck. But will Greenskin bite?
3 steps to increase curb appeal for your veterinary practice
Would a current client give up on you and find another veterinarian because it looks like you just don't care about how old and dumpy your practice looks? Join us for a totally free, three-step program to boost your veterinary hospitals curb appeal.
How much money do you need to build your veterinary hospital?
The veterinary practice of your dreams may require some serious cash. Here are some back-of-the-napkin calculations you can do to figure out if you can get what you need, courtesy of veterinary finance guru Gary Glassman.
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