Kate Schulte deeply cares about her patients, is detail orientated, and compassionate. She is very knowledgeable about patient care and pet behavior, and has a way of calming her patients. She truly makes every effort to create a no-fear experience for the pet and owner. She is also an out of the box thinker and brings … Read moreHappy Veterinary Technician Week!
Emily is one of our newest Licensed Technicians at VetMED. With many years in the field, she brings a lot of different and fun ideas to our practice. Emily is fantastic with pets and their people. A couple of weeks ago we had an intense emergency. The patient had ripped part of its face-off from … Read moreAn Awesome L.V.T!
Josie has been an important part of VetMED’s staff for over 4 years. She regularly is coming up with ideas to improve our patient care protocols and has been taking anesthesia courses, which has helped us with our in-house anesthesia protocols. Josie has a huge heart and it shows in her day to day activities. … Read moreAn Amazing L.V.T!
Earlier this year, MVP asked team members “What do you need help with?” Ever since then, we’ve been working hard to put together the free and discounted programs you indicated you wanted. We now have a password-protected area of the MVP website in which you can find all of these great programs. Click here to login and … Read moreARE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE MVP TEAM MEMBER DISCOUNTS AND CE PARTNERSHIPS?
Submitted by Jennifer Langley, Practice Manager, Gasow Veterinary Hospital I wanted to share a story that we encountered. One of my associates had a cat who was pregnant. We took x-rays to determine how many babies we were to expect. Two days later, mama kitty went into labor. Sadly, the first baby to be born … Read moreA HAPPY ENDING FOR THE TINIEST KITTEN
Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA At a recent MVP strategic planning session, a “Patient’s or Client’s Bill of Rights” was discussed. You may be like me and say, “a what?” After a bit of discussion around the topic, I got the gist of it and maybe recall having heard of it. As it pertains to human … Read morePRACTICE TIP OF THE MONTH: INTRODUCTION TO THE CLIENT’S BILL OF RIGHTS
Jen Rokke, DVM, MVP Regional Medical Operations Director Join us in our mission to be Pro-Active and Not Re-Active in Preventing, Early Diagnosing, and Treatment of diseases in all our patients. In doing all we can to ensure each of our patients receives a good quality of life and increased longevity, MVP has made Preventive … Read moreLET’S FOCUS ON PREVENTION!
Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA Every few weeks, you have likely noticed your Practice Manager leave your practice to attend the MVP Practice Manager meeting. Great, you think, not only are they missing for the day, but undoubtedly they will come back all revved up with new things for the team to implement at the clinic. … Read morePRACTICE TIP OF THE MONTH: INSIDE THE MVP PRACTICE MANAGER MEETINGS
The numbers are grim. According to a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, female veterinarians are 3.5 times more likely to die by suicide than members of the general population. And while female veterinarians account for two-thirds of US veterinarians, their suicide rate is more than twice that for male veterinarians, who … Read moreSEPTEMBER IS SUICIDE PREVENTION MONTH
The accounting department has successfully implemented Bill.com as MVP’s new accounts payable processor. Bill.com offers immediate visibility of uploaded invoices, approver functionality and faster processing of payments. The approver function is set to begin in late August with a pilot at four MVP locations. The pilot will measure the time it takes a practice manager … Read moreAP PROCESS 2.0