Tools to Grow a Healthy, Profitable Practice demonstrates that each team member is an extremely valuable component. This is especially important when delivering exceptional patient care and client service is at stake. Each member of the practice team has a very different role and perspective. Finding ways to build your teams strengths will increase efficiency and productivity. These two items are crucial ingredients in determining practice profitability. Our goal is to strengthen your team through developing the relationships and understanding you have in your hospital. Regardless of your position on your team, this course will explain the importance of different roles in the veterinary hospital and give you tools to start bridging any gaps. By leveraging the support team and providing motivation to grow and through efficient scheduling, your practice will learn ways to lead your team to success.
Many practices are not aware of the tools available via the NCVEI. The purpose of this course is to increase awareness of these free tools. The National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues (NCVEI) is a non-profit organization formed in 2000 by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges in order to ensure the economic future of veterinary medicine. It is almost impossible to offer good quality patient care unless the practice is financially successful. After learning about how to easily navigate the NCVEI, the student will learn about and be exposed to these highly beneficial NCVEI tools, again reinforcing the importance of the first modules throughout the selected tools. The students will see firsthand how these NCVEI tools can directly benefit their practice. It has been proven that practices that invest in their team and track their financial progress are much more profitable and successful than those that do not.
PLEASE NOTE: This course contains flash based Articulate presentations. iPhones and iPads are not natively flash compatible but if a flash compatible browser has been installed on the iPad the presentations will play correctly. This link Flash on iPads provides information on flash compatible browsers. The presentations may also be viewed on a Mac.