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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The job guidelines developed by the VHMA for veterinary hospital administrators say that this position is unique, because an administrator has authority over the business and practice, as the owner and board of directors do. With this level of responsibility, a hospital administrator could do everything from managing day-to-day business issues to setting short- and long-term goals for the practice.
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