Free webinar: Addressing challenges in veterinary practice post COVID-19

May 9, 2020
dvm360 Staff

This free CE webinar offers straight talk about how to address the five biggest post-pandemic obstacles veterinary practices will face.

Pandemic-related shelter-in-place restrictions are starting to be lifted throughout the United States. As they do, veterinary hospitals trying to return to business-as-usual will be facing a global recession, continued disease outbreaks, employees unwilling to return to work and lingering fears related to social contact.

In this exclusive webinar, sponsored by Nationwide, practice management consultant Bash Halow, CVPM, LVT, shares five challenges that you and your team can expect to confront in the months ahead—and what you can do to mitigate their impact on your business and your staff:

  • Recession
  • No ‘all clear’ date
  • Ongoing social distancing, disinfection practices and PPE use
  • Cash strapped clients and cautious spenders
  • Persistent callouts and HR issues

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Date: On demand

Duration: 1 hour

CE credit: This program has been approved for 1.00 hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.

About the speaker

Bash Halow, CVPM, LVT, is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and of the Veterinary Management Institute series at Purdue University. During his 18 years as a veterinary professional, Bash managed a practice in New York City before advancing to a regional manager position for Healthy Pet Corporation (later VCA) and finally administrator for Princeton Animal Hospital and Carnegie Cat Clinic in Princeton, NJ. He is a certified veterinary practice manager and a licensed veterinary technician. His strengths include public speaking, client service, team building, practice finances, new client acquisition and digital marketing, and he shares his extensive knowledge in those areas though his consulting firm Halow Consulting.


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