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The Corporate Squeeze: How Corporate Consolidation is Disenfranchising Associate Veterinarians and Fueling Startups

Dec 31, 2019

Anthony Mahan, Esq., MBA

In case you have been hiding under a rock the last few years, corporate consolidators have thrown piles of cash at acquiring veterinary practices throughout the U.S., which has resulted in lucrative practice purchases at astonishing valuation multiples. The corporate feeding frenzy is directed at multi-doctor practices with large client bases, healthy financials, geographic locations in greater metropolitan areas, and owners with short-term retirement goals (hereinafter the “Key Practices”). The general consensus is that these Key Practices...

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From the VetPartners Experts: A Lesson on Getting Started as a Speaker in the Veterinary Industry

Jul 3, 2019
Industry Involvement
Bill Schroeder

Veterinary professionals have long depended on the continuing education (CE) system to keep them at the forefront of successful concepts and trends so they are best prepared to meet and treat as many ...

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From the VetPartners Experts: How Emergency and Specialty Practice Teams Can Survive the Dog Days of Summer

Jun 26, 2019
Practice Management
Amanda Donnelly, DVM, MBA

Summer is here, which means things are heating up outside and inside – especially if you work at an emergency or specialty referral practice. Teams working the Fourth of July shift at an ER know...

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From the VetPartners Experts: Who Needs a Coach?

Jun 13, 2019
Practice Management, Well-Being
Jeff Thoren, DVM, PCC, BCC

As a veterinary practice leader, you are undoubtedly attracted to the idea of creating a business that delivers excellent results while, at the same time, being a great place to work. This is often ea...

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From the VetPartners Experts: Fraud, Theft, and Embezzlement: Is It Happening in Your Practice?

Jun 5, 2019
Practice Management
Tera Nance

What if your practice was experiencing high profits, the schedule was always booked solid, and you had numerous new clients, but at the end of the month, you never had any cash in the bank and were st...

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