The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, passed Friday, March 27, provides $349 billion for small business relief, which applies to all veterinary practices with fewer than 500 employees. Here's how to determine the best programs for your practice and their support of your valued employees.
This week: More veterinary colleges go online, glimmers of hope on the COVID-19 vaccine front, and pet fostering gets popular as people stay home
Millions of Americans are working from home—or aren't working—as a result of the pandemic. Here's what their employers are doing about it.
A veterinarian writes an imaginary "memo to clients," inspired by the incredible patience, indomitable good cheer, and flat-out fortitude of her veterinay team during the coronavirus crisis.
What do you do when COVID-19 divides your tightly knit team? The team at AAHA-accredited North Royalton Animal Hospital is taking monstrous measures to defend against the coronavirus while ensuring continuity for staff, clients, patients, and the practice itself.
The COVID-19 situation is stressing various supply chains. Adjustments to inventory management, especially for SKUs needed for caring for animals, will be critical for the foreseeable future. Animal Health Digest founder Kirk Augustine has helped develop and teach inventory management curricula for veterinary teams. He created a short inventory management paper to help animal health personnel adjust inventories to prepare for supply chain issues.
If you’re lucky enough to have a stash of N95 respirators, a new study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) can help you extend their life, at least for a little while.
Brian Pennie reprises the circle tool from Steven Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People for us. Here are a few of his statements from the article. Every situation can be divided into two circles: the circle of . . .
Things are a long way from being anywhere near back to normal , but with many states starting to relax stay-at-home orders and allowing businesses to gradually begin reopening, employers and staff alike are wondering what that ’ s going to look like. Animal h ospitals are no exception.
People are preparing to go back to work, but their new pets most likely won’t be going with them. And those who adopted a pet during lockdown could be in for a rude surprise once they get home.