This analysis of veterinary market data shows how many managers practices employ, revenue differences between practices with managers and those without, and what duties managers handle.
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In response to Veterinary Economics' 2009 study, practice owners outlined what their managers actually manage for them. Individual practices vary in the tasks and responsibilities they give a manager. And managers bring different levels of expertise, from office manager, to practice manager, to practice administrator.
Here you see the segments of the business that veterinary managers across the board are most likely to help with and the percentage of respondents that said their manager handled each task.
More in this package:
How many managers are there?
Profiting from a manager
Managing clients and team members
Managing finances and marketing
Managing the business