A global leader in the animal health industry begins trading on Nasdaq Stock Market PORTLAND, Maine, February 8, 2019 – Today, Covetrus (NASDAQ:CVET) celebrates the combination of two unique and complementary businesses – […]
Every business needs to attract new customers to grow. Historically, in the veterinary industry, some practices have been reluctant or unsure of how to achieve this. Attitudes are changing, but it unfortunately took the global financial crisis 10 years ago and the subsequent downturn to bring the importance of acquiring new clients into sharp focus. As a result, the majority of practices now undertake some form of action to increase client numbers.
Over recent years veterinary practices have started experiencing increasing financial pressure because of patients either postponing routine appointments or stopping attendance altogether.
Although it has been 10 years since the global financial crisis, the scars remain. Despite strong gains in international markets during 2017, the world is still experiencing sub-par economic growth, with resulting high levels of public, corporate and consumer debt.
Chapman Animal Hospital is a veterinary clinic in Geraldton, Western Australia. It provides its local community with up-to-date diagnostic and medical resources to treat a wide range of small animals. […]
Dr Claire Wade is principal veterinarian of Wade Veterinary Services – a practice servicing livestock and companion animal health throughout south-west Victoria. She also provides an experienced locum service for [...]
“It frees me up to concentrate on the things that I enjoy about being a vet, and I am still able to get the tedious, administrative things accomplished.”
Dr Debora Monks, Brisbane Bird and Exotics Veterinary Service
“I would recommend it to any practice, large or small, that is serious about gaining better control and understanding of their data for clinical or business purposes”
Dr Anne Richings, Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital & Royal Veterinary College
“It meets all my patient and client needs ensuring I don’t overlook anything. It’s like having an extra employee, everything is just so automated. The result, I’m less stressed, and the standard of care is more consistent.”
Dr Angela Sutherland, Maraboon Veterinary Surgery
“Our average transaction fee increased by 15%. Net profit has lept from 13% to 23%”
Dr Simon Robinson, Strathmore Vets
“We experienced a 22% increase in revenue in the first year of implementation followed by 11% and then 7% in the following years.”