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2011 AAHA/OVMA State of the Industry Report
At the opening session that kicked off the AAHA/OVMA – Toronto 2011 Conference, both Association’s executive directors reported on the impact economic conditions have had on veterinary practices in North America throughout 2010. More than 3,800 hospitals and 19 million patient records were examined to compile the 2010 State of the Industry Review. Read more.
OVMA Advises Veterinarians to Anticipate, Evolve with Change
"As the world around us changes, veterinarians and veterinary medicine must also change." With those words, OVMA president Ted Kilpatrick, DVM, recognized many of OVMA’s 2010 accomplishments and signaled the Association’s ongoing commitment to help veterinarians meet the dual challenges of a sluggish economy and shifting demographics. Read more.
Communicating to a New Generation of Clients: Social Media Tips and Tools from AAHA/OVMA – Toronto 2011
Social media is a collection of online tools, publishing platforms and technologies that turn communication into a two way dialogue with a community. As you begin to utilize these tools, that two way part is key. Read more.
Management Expert: Why don’t we do what we know is good for us?
As a veterinary professional, you may wonder why some clients fail to do what they know is in their pets’ best interest. During yesterday’s AAHA/OVMA – Toronto 2011 Conference Extreme Management session, sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health, management guru Steven Little turned the tables on attendees and helped them answer a similar question about their practices. Read more.
What Leads to Sustainable, Profitable Growth? Insight from AAHA/OVMA – Toronto 2011
The million dollar question, yes? Keynote at this morning’s opening session for the AAHA/OVMA – Toronto 2011 Conference, Steven Little, offered seven "fundamentals of growth," things, he suggested, you should concentrate your time, effort and money on. Read more.
Thank you YCDC!
AAHA and OVMA would like to thank the Yearly Conference Development Committee for their help in planning the quality continuing education for the conference. Each member’s expertise, perspective and dedication have combined to provide you and your entire practice team with the best education possible.