Free webinar: Navigating technology in veterinary practice during COVID-19

April 13, 2020
dvm360 Staff

This free CE webinar will illuminate best practices for the use of technology, including telemedicine, during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, altering how we live and work, veterinary practices are tasked with using technology now more than ever. Some practices may already be well versed in how technology can improve client communication and streamline administrative tasks within a hospital. Others haven't made much of a leap yet.

Regardless of which group your practice falls into, it’s important to understand how technology can play a vital role now and moving forward. And there are more ways than you might think.

During this free live webinar, presented by dvm60 and sponsored by PetDesk, attendees will learn:

  • Best practices for using telemedicine during the pandemic
  • How to navigate your clients' response to technology
  • How using technology can improve your business when the pandemic ends

Register now.

Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020

Time: 8:00 pm EST

Duration: 1 hour

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

Click here to register now.

About the speakers

Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, is the chief veterinary officer for MJH Life Sciences, overseeing dvm360, Fetch conferences and other veterinary multimedia platforms.

Aaron Wallace, DVM, MBA, is the chief strategy officer and co-founder of Lacuna Diagnostics Inc., the industry leader in veterinary digital cytology solutions.

Danielle Lambert is a former veterinary practice manager turned total veterinary marketing mogul.

Jessica Vogelsang, DVM, is a veterinarian, author and communications consultant from San Diego, California and the founder of Pawcurious Media.

Samuel Schopler is the veterinary alliances director at PetDesk and soon-to-be veterinary student at the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.