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September 30, 2014

IDEXX aiming to help practices prosper by strengthening key bonds

In the 2014 AAHA State of the Industry report, IDEXX and AAHA together discovered that veterinary practices who focus on strengthening four specific types of bonds are more likely to prosper. With that knowledge in hand, IDEXX is going all-in on an effort to help practices strengthen each of those bonds.

June 25, 2014

National survey set to explore mental health of U.S. veterinarians

Previous studies have indicated that veterinary professionals are at an increased risk of suicidal thoughts and mental health issues, but there still remains an information gap and a need for better prevention and intervention. A new nationwide survey beginning July 1 will attempt to more accurately assess mental health issues and needs among veterinarians in the U.S.

April 03, 2014

U.S. pet medication sales projected to hit $10 billion by 2018

The pet medications market should continue to grow consistently during the current decade, according to Packaged Facts. The market research company recently released a report projecting that pet medication sales are likely to reach $10 billion in 2018.

March 22, 2014

2014 AAHA State of the Industry highlights need to strengthen bonds

The collaboration between AAHA and IDEXX Laboratories to help veterinary practices thrive in any economy took another step forward during the 2014 AAHA State of the Industry address at 2014 AAHA Nashville. The two organizations revealed data about the veterinary profession's economic performance and discussed why some practices are growing consistently even in mixed economic conditions while others are declining.

March 14, 2014

Veterinary practices running Windows XP will soon be attractive targets for hackers

Veterinary practices using Windows XP as part of their business operations have until April 8, 2014, before their important data is at substantial risk. After that date, Microsoft will cease support for Windows XP and no longer provide security updates. Computers still running the operating system will become veritable playgrounds for malicious hackers.

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