Financial and Productivity Pulsepoints, Eighth Edition, will help you accurately evaluate your practice's financial performance against industry standards so you can remain competitive. The latest edition includes the updated statistics you've come to rely on, as well as a report on current financial trends, advice for increasing profitability, new tables on average transaction charges, social media marketing, and more.

The included CD contains a Microsoft Excel workbook that will compute your practice's income, production, and expenses, which will help you easily compare your practice's results to the published data. The CD also contains a tool to demonstrate the potential impact on your total income and profitability when certain changes are implemented, such as increasing client transactions. 

New to this edition:

  • Tables on active canine and feline patients and flea and tick income
  • More data on income and transactions generated by veterinarians with less than 3 years of experience
  • Report on current financial trends and ways to increase profitability
  • Spreadsheet with scenario tool for testing impact of various changes on bottom line
  • Information on whether practices offer prepaid preventive care plans and whether they are actively using social media

Find our where you're high and where you're low, and make the necessary changes to ensure you're moving in the right financial direction. Order your copy today.  

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