Jun
15
2017

What does good financial management entail? How do you determine a budget and put strong internal controls into place? The financial side of business can seem too difficult to decode, and the steps needed to improve margins can be elusive.

AAHA has got you covered! In this new podcast series by AAHA Press, Marsha Heinke, author of Practice Made Perfect: A Complete Guide to Veterinary Practice Management, discusses common pain points her clients face. One big issue is how to practice good financial management and ground yourself in the language of business.

In the third episode in this podcast series, Marsha discusses how to tackle the financial beast and implement internal controls, including steps you can take to increase revenue and prevent theft and the importance of training the practice tream to invoice and code properly.

If you love the podcast and want more from Marsha, you can buy Practice Made Perfect at the AAHA Store for a deeper dive into strategic planning and setting goals for your practice’s future growth.

You can listen to the episode on SoundCloud, download it on iTunes, or listen to it below!

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Dr. Marsha Heinke (Ohio State University CVM 1979) is a certified public accountant, enrolled agent, and certified veterinary practice manager. Her firm’s team works exclusively with veterinary professionals seeking to improve business systems and quality of care. The firm provides a wide breadth of management consulting services, business valuation, group facilitation, speaking and writing, back-office assistance, tax and accounting services. Visit her website at www.vpmp.net.

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