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AAHA recognizes accredited practices of the year
The American Animal Hospital Association gave the seventh annual AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year Awards during its yearly conference
Federal law could affect mobile practice
Veterinarians in California said they recently learned it is illegal to routinely carry controlled substances in a mobile or ambulatory practice.…
New AVMA benefit simplifies purchasing for your practice
As anyone working in veterinary practice knows, there are many (necessary) moving parts that comprise a day’s work. A new benefit available to AVMA…
From data loss to explosions: how practices can prepare for disasters
>Dr. Warren J. Hess didn't think much about disaster preparedness until his mobile practice exploded, with him inside.
DEA implements reporting system for suspicious orders
All U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registrants, including veterinarians, are now required to design and operate a system to identify…
Business laws and regulations
Understand the laws that govern your veterinary practice. They can include small business laws, tax requirements, liens, loan repayment, and more.
AAHA now offers network accreditation
PetWell Partners, a Houston-based national veterinary practice network, has become the first organization to earn Practice Network Accreditation from…
House call veterinary practice may not be new to the profession but has been almost exclusively confined to equine and large animal practice.
Where to draw the line
In some areas of the country, rural veterinarians are struggling to maintain practice viability and client profitability
The corporatization of veterinary medicine
Corporate-owned veterinary practices have been around for roughly 30 years, starting in 1987 when VCA bought its first independently owned
NVA clinics purchased by German-owned company
JAB Holding Co. has agreed to buy a majority stake in National Veterinary Associates for an undisclosed price,
AAHA issues guidelines on infection control
Hospital-acquired infections are an ongoing battle for health care facilities in both human and veterinary medicine.
VMX 2019 takes on timely topics
Osteoarthritis in overweight pets, the psychosocial effects of service dogs, and the Fear Free Certification Program were among the many subjects of…
Speaker: Men must be deliberate about promoting gender equality
Dr. Douglas G. Aspros takes the lack of female leadership in veterinary medicine personally.
Handle with care
Dr. Kimberly Pope-Robinson, a board member of the Human Animal Bond Association, gave a talk about the special needs of elderly and disabled animal…
USDA to start Swine 2006, Dairy 2007 studies
The Department of Agriculture's National Animal Health Monitoring System is embarking on two studies of livestock health and
A proposal before the AVMA’s governing bodies would have the Association advocate for limiting use of telemedicine to follow-up care
Creation of antimicrobials committee among Board acts
The AVMA Committee on Antimicrobials, created by the Board of Directors this past June, will streamline a complicated and inefficient
Generic drugs, skyrocketing prices
Over the years, generic prescription drugs approved for use in humans have provided tremendous savings in human