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Cybercrime a potential liability for clinics
Ransomware, phishing, and other forms of cyberattack are projected to cost businesses $6 trillion annually by 2021, according to
Gray-Walker named CEO of AVMA Trust
The AVMA Trust family, which provides professional liability insurance, life insurance, and other coverage through AVMA PLIT and AVMA Life,
Addressing contractual obligations in a COVID-19 world
Learn how a veterinary practice can address its financial obligations to vendors and suppliers when business operations are reduced due to the…
Tips for relief veterinarians
Dr. Cindy E. Trice, relief veterinarian and founder of Relief Rover, an online community for relief veterinarians, gave a talk at AVMA Convention 2019…
Thriving in veterinary practice means consistently achieving goals and growth, while maintaining balance in all aspects of our lives. AVMA can help…
Relief practice not just a temporary gig
Relief practice predates the gig economy and is a mainstay in veterinary medicine. According to AVMA data, relief veterinarians make up the largest…
Internal Revenue Service clarifies deductions rules for veterinary practices
Earlier this year, the Internal Revenue Service issued final rules implementing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
June webinars: Cannabis use and the state of the equine profession
Cannabis is becoming increasingly available for human recreational and medical use. Should veterinary practices monitor staff use of marijuana and…
Steps to implement telemedicine services in your practice
When implemented properly, telemedicine may improve patient triage and clinical outcomes, and benefit patients, animal owners and the veterinary…
How to thrive in practice
The AVMA held a roundtable of thought leaders in March to discuss "Thriving in Clinical Practice."
Advisory panel report offers guidance on telemedicine
Telemedicine is a tool of veterinary practice, not a separate discipline within the profession, and must be conducted within the
Telehealth: increasing access to veterinary services while preserving high-quality care
President’s Column: Dr. Mike Topper What can you do when your clients’ busy schedules make it difficult for them to attend a postoperative follow-up…
AVMA supports repeal of law that could hurt veterinarians selling their practices
AVMA supports repeal of law that could hurt veterinarians selling their practices The AVMA has joined rising…
Veterinarians encouraged to take telehealth for a spin
Telehealth and virtual care aren't a replacement but rather an extension of veterinary practice,
When You're the Only Practice in Town
Please use this information to help as you move forward with starting a practice or moving to a new location. Starting a new practice in a rural area…
AVMA Member Edge program offers tangible benefits
The AVMA has revamped its discount program to meet the professional and personal needs of AVMA and Student AVMA members across generations.
Veterinary telehealth: The basics
Understand key definitions and get answers to frequently asked questions about veterinary telemedicine.
Proposed tax code changes will benefit practice owners
The AVMA is supporting changes to the tax code that will allow certain small businesses with gross receipts of up to $10 million to
Small-business summit marks legislative successes, goals
Posted on October 15, 2004 Health care costs, frivolous lawsuits key concerns The AVMA was among more than 300 small-business advocates who
Clinic devises a novel approach to employees' child care conundrum
An all-female staff at a mixed animal practice in rural Texas had a problem.
Keys to success for buyers
First-time buyers can easily become overwhelmed by all there is to learn about ownership and its requisite responsibilities.
Board looks at veterinary economics, AVMA finances
The AVMA Executive Board, while meeting April 7-9, concentrated its attention on the economic challenges currently facing veterinarians
Progress, promise mark leadership conference
AVMA President Tom Meyer welcomed over 500 attendees to the AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference Jan. 13 in Chicago during the
New tax law: What it means for veterinary hospitals
Analysts say the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act benefits businesses more than individuals.