Are you the champion your practice needs? You’ll find the answer in this special workbook
Preventive Healthcare is an important part of your commitment to quality care for your patients. But, at any busy practice, preventive healthcare can get lost in the non-stop action of a regular day. Sometimes it takes a talented champion within the practice team to keep preventive healthcare a priority within your clinic.
That champion can be you.
The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association’s (VHMA) Preventive Pet Healthcare: Your Guide to Becoming a Practice Champion, brought to you by Partners for Healthy Pets (PHP) is a workbook developed by your peers and designed for practice managers and veterinary technicians! It's your guide to lead a step-by-step process to increase the emphasis on preventive healthcare in your practice! Check out the Preventive Pet Healthcare Champion workbook at the VHMA website!
The workbook includes tips on everything from getting support from your practice leadership to developing effective ways to roll out plans to the entire staff. Use the workbook to help align your team on your practice’s philosophy and speak with one voice. Let this workbook be your roadmap to making a difference with your patients, clients, practice, team and you.
Partners for Healthy Pets (PHP), an alliance of more than 100 veterinary associations, veterinary colleges, and animal health companies focused on preventive care and led by AAHA and the AVMA, is also offering these free, downloadable tools to help you motivate and align the entire practice team around implementation of preventive healthcare guidelines.
Developed jointly by AAHA and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), these preventive healthcare guidelines provide information for the practice team on preventive healthcare for feline and canine patients.
Start providing a higher standard of care today. Implementation is easy with the VHMA’s Preventive Pet Healthcare Champion workbook and these free, downloadable tools from PHP.
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