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Easy Wins: Using Telehealth Tools to Increase Efficiency and Save your Sanity

If you’ve ever considered virtual care then said, “No time!” then this session is for you. If you’ve said, “That’s bad for patient care,” this session is for you. If you’re too overwhelmed with phone calls to even think about it, this session is definitely for you.

Forget what you think you know about telehealth. It’s not about finding new clients or doing a physical exam over video. It’s about providing efficient, effective communication and education to your valued client base so you have more time to focus on exams, procedures, and those in-person interactions so vital to quality care. In this session, Drs. Christina Tran and Jess Trimble cut through the noise and get to the easy wins that really matter.


  • Learn how virtual care tools make you and your team more efficient
  • Learn how to leverage staff to make up for staffing shortages
  • Learn how virtual care tools improve patient outcomes
  • Discuss use cases that you’re probably already doing for free
  • Determine what a reasonable actionable implementation looks like for your practice

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Tina Tran, DVM

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Christina V. Tran is a first-generation Filipino-American raised outside of Chicago. She has and undergraduate degree from the University of California–Davis, and a veterinary degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The majority of her career has been in small animal private practice: as a full-time associate, relief veterinarian, and house call practice owner, with additional work in shelter medicine and academia. She was on the veterinary technology faculty at Portland Community College and was the veterinary technology program director at Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Currently, she is associate professor and clinical relations lead veterinarian at the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Tran is passionate about volunteering. She serves with the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (president and founding board member), AVMA’s Animal Welfare Committee (at-large alternate), Arizona Veterinary Medical Association (Board of Directors), Arizona Veterinary Medical Examining Board (Investigative Committee member), and the AVMA’s Council on Education (site visitor and selection committee). She and her dog Marley are a registered pet therapy team with Pet Partners.

Jess Trimble, DVM

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Jess Trimble is a veterinarian who is passionate about how virtual health and new technologies can improve the lives of the whole veterinary team and enhance practice operations, while also improving pet health and making care more affordable. Dr. Trimble is an experienced general practitioner, telehealth consultant, speaker, and the chief veterinary officer of Anipanion.