Transparency in performance reviews. Continuous feedback. Peer check-ins. No year-end surprises. Goldman Sachs has finally caught on to what AAHA Press author Karen Parker, DVM, has been putting into practice for years: if you want your team members to really shine, give them feedback every chance you get.
AAHA is excited to announce our newest exclusive benefit for AAHA-accredited practice teams: free shipping. As of May 1, all AAHA-accredited members will receive free shipping on all orders from the AAHA store.
You asked. We listened. Starting May 1, 2017, all AAHA-accredited members will receive free shipping on orders from AAHA.
This year’s Veterinary Services Grant Program (VSGP) is currently accepting applications. The VSGP will provide $2.4 million in funding to relieve veterinary shortage situation and support veterinary services.
The insurance company Nationwide released a March 2017 study looking at the prevalence of disease in brachycephalic breeds based on insurance claims. The study looked at the insurance claims of more than 1.27 million dogs over a nine-year span.
While the hotbeds of heartworm disease haven’t changed dramatically in the past three years, the incidence numbers reported by participants in the 2016 American Heartworm Society (AHS) Incidence Survey indicate that the average number of positive cases per veterinary clinic has been inching upwards.
Pet owner perceptions of veterinary hospitals are declining, while awareness of veterinary hospital accreditation has increased, according to fresh survey results released by the American Animal Hospital Association.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) awarded the eighth annual AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year Awards during the AAHA Nashville 2017 Opening Session on Thursday. Loving Family Animal Hospital of Aurora, Colorado took home first place for the general practice category.
Big announcements are in store for the American Animal Hospital Association Nashville 2017 Yearly Conference. AAHA Nashville 2017 is set to kick off on Thursday, March 30. The conference runs March 30 – April 2.
The American Animal Hospital Association will support Nashville-based Nashville Cat Rescue during the AAHA Nashville 2017 Yearly Conference March 30 – April 2. Nashville Cat Rescue (NCR) is a non-profit organization that rescues cat and kittens from high-kill shelters and the streets to place them into permanent homes.