The Future of Independent Veterinary Practices All-day event from GeniusVets
Industry leaders shed light on the future of independent veterinary practices
The independent practice definitely has an advantage over companies. I’ve worked in both independent practices and companies and I see how squeezing out expenses has a significant impact on culture … “
– Dr. Joy Fuhrman, DVM, MBA, CPA
SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The veterinary industry has seen an ominous trend toward corporatization and consolidation in recent years, regardless of the cost of independent practices. Many retirement practice owners fail to realize that there are alternative exit strategies in addition to selling to businesses. GeniusVets co-founder and chief strategist David Hall took the time to sit down with various veterinary thought leaders to review the other options and the future of independent veterinary practices.
“It depends on the culture. This is where independent practice definitely has an advantage over companies. I’ve worked in both independent practices and corporations, and I see how squeezing out expenses has a huge impact on culture when you work in a corporate practice. Independence really gives you the flexibility to motivate your employees in any way you want and to set up a bonus program that rewards employees for alternative goals like self-care, e.g. B. looking after other support staff and customer training. “- Dr. Joy Fuhrman, DVM, MBA, CPA
This virtual event promises attendees meaningful insights into a variety of topics including, but not limited to:
The growing consolidation trend
This is how you maximize the value of your practice
Differentiation between consolidation models
Alternative exit strategies
Data tracking, aggregation and sharing
Personnel problems and solutions
Competition with corporate groups
Dealing with change and regaining efficiency
Industry leaders at this event include Ginni Hamele (TVC), Deb Stone (AVMA), Dr. Michele Drake (owner of the Drake Center for Veterinary Medicine, GeniusVets), Debbie Boone (2 Manage Vets Consulting) and Daniel Eisenstadt (Terravet) Real Estate Solutions), Clint Latham JD (Lucca Veterinary Data Security), Dr. Joy Fuhrman (owner – Harmony Holistic Veterinary Care, CPA), David Liss and Jayson Dickeman (AmeriVet Veterinary Partners) and Dr. Brad Miller (Owner – Georgia Veterinary Associates).
GeniusVets – the top performing marketing agency for the veterinary industry – is hosting “The Future of Independent Practices” on April 9, 2021 to wrap up their second Wednesday webinar series.
Reservations are required and space is limited. To register for this webinar, visit https://www.geniusvets.com/webinar/future-of-veterinary-practices.
GeniusVets is the premier platform connecting pet parents with quality veterinarians and proven animal care advice from DVMs. GeniusVets’ mission is to create better animal health by training and bringing together pet owners and veterinarians. For more information on GeniusVets, visit genetvets.com.
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