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Features That Make eVetPractice.com Awesome Part One

Written on October 2, 2017 at 2:16 pm, by

I’ll admit it. I am biased. I’ve been using eVetPractice.com since starting my practice in 2012. By now, I am really attached to its convenient, user friendly goodness! Over these years, it has gotten better and better, thanks to the crazy hard work of the eVetPractice team, and tons of input from veterinarians and team  Continue Reading »

Veterinary Growth and Development: How We Become the Vet We Will One Day Be

Written on September 5, 2017 at 1:28 pm, by

We go through stages in life. Each surviving human goes from infancy to toddlerhood, childhood to adolescence, then to our adulthood. As we grow and develop, our outlook on life morphs a little more. We acquire new tastes and interests. We trade in a hearty childlike love of Hot Wheels and Barbie dolls and buffet  Continue Reading »

Patient Reminders: Worth Your Time!

Written on August 11, 2017 at 6:27 pm, by

To gain more visits to your hospital, you can take a couple of approaches. Getting new clients is fabulous, of course! But what if the clients you already have would come see you more frequently. How many clients consistently forget that Scruffy is due for a vaccine or test? Perhaps they didn’t really remember that  Continue Reading »

Being the Doc, Being the Mom

Written on July 25, 2017 at 2:50 pm, by

Dear Diary, Today was a tough one. All euthanasias are, but this one seemed a little harder. I had been taking care of this big guy for 2 ½ years. Ever since he was a squeaky little newborn. He started off so robust and healthy. Come to think of it, he really always looked that  Continue Reading »

Providing for Our Clients, Too

Written on July 13, 2017 at 1:18 pm, by

How do we care for our clients? Of course, we treat their pets with compassion, and we do our best to accommodate the clients’ needs. We squeeze one more dental prophy in on the only day they could come. We stay late to see the appointment that was 30 minutes behind because we know that  Continue Reading »

eVetPractice to the Rescue

Written on July 5, 2017 at 2:25 pm, by

Tech A needs to know which patient should have a CBC pulled. And that she may need reinforcements because Mr. Mittens proved to be more of a wolverine than a sweet kitty during your initial exam. You and Dr. B need to decide who is seeing patients in exam rooms this afternoon, and who is  Continue Reading »

Communication

Written on June 21, 2017 at 3:54 pm, by

Communication… Sounds pretty basic, doesn’t it? Every time we open our mouths, we are communicating, right? That’s pretty easy. One person speaks words to another person, the other person hears the word and interprets them. But how often does this seemingly simple process result in a serious disconnect? How is it possible that one person,  Continue Reading »

Browse Our Full Feature List

Written on May 19, 2017 at 5:10 pm, by

For those looking to see a full list of features and integrations, be sure to visit our features and integrations page. There you’ll find all the ways eVetPractice can help you with your veterinary practice management needs.