Management Solutions for your Veterinary Practice
Veterinary Education Network (VEN) delivers high impact continuing education and the tools that help you boost productivity, strengthen employee commitment, and improve bottom-line profits for your veterinary business.
Operating a veterinary hospital is not only about the medicine--it is about creating a culture where your business growth allows you and your staff to serve your patients and clients.
Most veterinary schools do not provide the business knowledge that is required to be a successful business owner. As a business owner /CEO you need to understand the various elements of a business that ranges from financial, marketing and people skills needed to name a few.
• How should I purchase a new piece of equipment?
• Do I Lease,Purchase or Rent? Will it pay for itself?
• How do I understand my financial statements fully?
• How do I engage my team to support our new pricing strategy?
• How do I get my clients to be compliant?
• How do I keep the employee drama to a minimum?
• Am I leader or a manager?
LEARN FROM US!
Whether you participate in one of our continuing education courses or utilize our Consulting Services or partner with industry to help develop scientific content , you'll learn about a magnificent array of tools and resources!
Our prowess at "business strategy development" is the best in the business! Ultimately, our knowledge share will increase your bottom line profit margins!
VEN offers DVM's a variety of opportunities to become involved in clinical trials, market research and advisory boards in partnership with our industry partners. If you have an interest in participating please contact us.
Attending one of the Veterinary Education Network seminars demonstrated how strong an ally Mr. Mark Middleton is for the private practice veterinarian and practice owner. I was impressed with the logical yet profitable business sense that he continually brings to our industry.
The tips and advice given by Mr. Middleton and VEN are things that everyday practitioners can immediately incorporate into their practices to increase efficiency, client satisfaction, and the bottom line.
It applies to all types of practices: small animal, equine, mixed, you name it. I wholeheartedly recommend the VEN workshops to veterinarians who own their own practices, who are buying into a practice, or who are interested in starting a practice. Go attend a VEN workshop.
You won’t be disappointed.
Jennifer C. Donofrio, DVM, MS