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Moving the needle in vet med with telehealth and virtual care


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Due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has embraced virtual care and telemedicine more than ever before. Jessica Lowe, DVM, MBA, BSc, joins The Vet Blast Podcast to share her experiences with virtual care and how it continues to evolve.

Below is a partial transcript. Listen to the full podcast for more.

Jessica Lowe, DVM, MBA, BSc: Right now, there's about a two-to-three month waiting period between us getting into a doctor in an in-clinic setting. If the dog has had a little bit of loose bowels, we can talk to them before sending them to you. We can even send them a fecal kit to get their fecal ahead of time...Now you just have to prescribe your dewormer and you're done. You know, we're here to assist and complement the in-person clinic.

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