Only 3% of pets in the US are covered by pet insurance. How can we as a profession help boost that number so that cost ceases to be a major barrier to care?
Seventy-five percent of employees have stolen from their employer at least once, according to the US Chamber of Commerce. And sadly, veterinary staff are no exception—in a 2010 AAHA survey of AAHA-accredited practices, 86% of respondents reported that employees had stolen from the business.
An ER vet talks about some techniques she and her staff have developed to help manage cluster periods—or even keep them from happening.
A veterinarian who said an ex-client’s negative online reviews cost him his practice was awarded damages of nearly $30,000 after a six-year court battle. Was it worth the wait?
“We’re not a profession that does a good job at rapid change, but almost overnight we completely changed how we practice medicine.”
The past year has been called the “Great Resignation.” People are quitting their jobs, often with no new ones in sight. Here's how to keep it happening to your staff.
Anyone who has ever put a beloved pet to sleep might wonder if there’s such a thing as a “good” euthanasia. Kathleen Cooney, DVM, MS, CHPV, a leading authority on companion animal euthanasia, says yes.
As 2019 draws to a close and we look back over the year that was, NEWStat put together a list of the most popular news stories we published over the last 12 months.