Buying or Selling a Practice
Dumb design 101: It's a clinic not a castle
Huge does not equal practical
Practice manager, practice owner, master of metamorphosis
This practice manager set out to achieve her dream of owning a practice and discovered that change and success can go hand in hand.
Dual-use spaces & smaller rooms: Efficiency is in
Getting the most out of your clinic's footprint is the new sexy design
Whos going to buy your veterinary practice?
Every ambitious associate should share this with their practice owner. (Hint hint! I want to own!) Every smart practice owner should share this with their ambitious associateor start planning to find one. (Hint hint! Id rather sell to you!)
Glass half full advice for young and aspiring DVMs
You can confront todays economic challenges AND remain optimistic about the veterinary field at the same time. Here are 3 tips to help you thrive.
Private investment comes to another multi-practice group
Shawn McVey's Pathway Partners is just the latest in a line of outside investors seeing value in the work of America's veterinary hospitals.
Veterinary facility engineering trends
An expert's take on the details that may prove important to your project
I managed my practice's remodel like a boss
When Wimberley Veterinary Clinic faced the opportunity to remodel, this practice manager and 2016 dvm360/VHMA Practice Manager of the Year contestant also donned the hat of project manager.
Design fails: Tub table trouble
The dumb is in the details when it comes to veterinary hospital design.
7 critical things to check in a new veterinary build
Please, PLEASE check these. Architect Heather Lewis at the Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference shared these with us at CVC Kansas City.
Whats old is new again: 5 fads return to veterinary hospital design
Architects Heather Lewis and Vicki Pollard shed light on trends they see returning to Americas veterinary practices.
The trend in veterinary clinic lobby design: An actual design
Just because the space was created by an architect doesn't mean the design work is done.
Lime green & funky orange: Choose your hues wisely
Bold colors in your veterinary clinic can make a statement. Such as, "YIKES."
Belly-up: What happens when a consolidators left with a defunct practice?
A discussion of DVM responsibility regarding medical records, veterinarian-client-patient relationships and narcotics.
Associate buy-ins: No tricks, just treats
In order to find out whether or not there's chemistry between a veterinary practice owner and a newly-hired associate, you need to walk a fine line.
LED lighting: Affordable, flexible, and low-stress friendly
Advancing technology isn't just for your instruments and software.
4 ways to a smaller hospital
Is bigger always better? I don't think so. With size come building and maintenance expensesforever. Look at what you need in your new veterinary clinic, plan accordingly and get creative.
Checklist for buying a practice
Don't buyor buy intoa veterinary hospital before you work through this checklist.
Stellar ways to store stuff
This Arizona veterinary team has an almost-magical organizing and storage system. Lets take a peek
5 first steps to a new veterinary hospital
Building a veterinary clinic is a long, detailed process. But a journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single stepwell, five steps.
5 ways to keep costs down while building
Veterinary design projects are a serious investment. Use these tips from Dan Chapel AIA, NCARB, to help you keep it manageable in the process.
The starting line
How to add better medicine, smarter business, engaging education and a little fun in your reception area and avoid just thinking, Um, put the desk over there.
3 tips to inject some personality into your practice
Putting thought into the interior design of your veterinary hospital has myriad benefits.
Dining and signing: Serving up a tasteful employment contract
Will Dr. Greenskin bite back at Dr. Codgers carefully prepared offer? Or will Dr. Codger eat crow?
What your next surgery suite could look like
You can appeal to fun, style and client satisfaction everywhere else in your hospital design. The surgery suite is where you keep it real ... real CLEAN.
What makes a veterinary practice street sign work (and what doesnt)
Don't let your sign detract from the quality care you provide. Use these tips to boost your curb appeal.
Practice ownership is not a cage
You can make time for life and family and hobbies and healthy priorities and healthy boundaries as a practice owner. Let your team help.
Practice parking can be green
Cities are ordering businesses to stop dumping rain water into storm drains and help get it to the soil. Heres how your veterinary practice can make it happen.
10 steps to take when a practice owner dies
To keep a veterinary practiceand its staffstable, take this advice to heart after the death of the practice owner.
Loco for logo walls
Put unused wall space to good use, driving home your practices logo and philosophy with veterinary clients.
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