Human healthcare providers are flocking to telemedicine to care for patients while maintaining social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis. Many veterinarians would like to do the same.
Veterinary practices have been busier in the past couple of weeks than many in the profession had predicted. So NEWStat took an informal sampling of AAHA-accredited practices to see what their caseloads look like at this point in the pandemic.
Veterinary practices continue to adapt as the COVID-19 situation develops in their communities. Here are seven ways to adapt.
This week: New legislation introduced to relieve veterinary student debt, and the Iditarod crowns a champion despite COVID-19 fears. Plus, five questions scientists are asking about coronavirus.
Pet euthanasia is always hard, but COVID-19 has made it even harder. Here's how some AAHA-accreded practices are trying to balance precautionary measures with compassion for families and their pets.
The CARES Act, passed March 27, is an attempt to provide relief to not only individual Americans and large corporations, but also to small businesses that are struggling from coronavirus-related economic woes. NEWStat breaks it down for you.
How does free legal aid sound? With the global pandemic still in full swing, small businesses need all the help they can get, including legal advice. Free legal aid could be coming to your city—but you might have to wait a while.
There are more than 30 million small businesses in the US. As of late last week, some 70% of them tried to apply for an emergency loan through the CARES Act. If your practice is one of them, you’d have been justified in wondering, “Is the money going to run out before anyone sees my application?” Well, guess what?
If you didn’t secure a piece of the billions of dollars in pandemic-related money slated to go to US small businesses, you’ll get another chance in the coming weeks.
Experts have been predicting a fall surge in COVID cases since last spring, and now it's here. How will that impact hospitals?