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North American Veterinary Conference 2008 Veterinary Proceedings(Veterinary Technicians and Practice

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Veterinary Technician:

Monitoring the Dental Patient? The Errors of Our Ways(제목)

Susan Berryhill(발표자)

Interactive Charting of Oral Disease

Susan Berryhill

The Veterinary Technician’s Role in Marketing a Veterinary Clinic

Josh L. Clark

Creating a Strategic Marketing Plan for Your Clinic

Josh L. Clark

Finding Out What Your Clients Think: Creating Effective Client Surveys

Josh L. Clark

Critical Care Essentials

Harold Davis

Nursing Management of Acid–Base and Electrolyte Disorders

Harold Davis

Cardiovascular Monitoring

Harold Davis

Arrhythmias & ECGs in Emergency and Critical Care Patients

Charlotte Donohoe

Emergency Management of Respiratory Distress Patients

Charlotte Donohoe

Respiratory Emergencies – Procedures for the Technician

Charlotte Donohoe

A Guide to the Brief Interpretation of Blood Gases for the Technician

Charlotte Donohoe

Introduction to Veterinary Acupuncture – Whose Idea Was This, How and Why?

Mark J. Ekerberg

Basic Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture – The Voodoo Starts Here

Mark J. Ekerberg

Introduction to Veterinary Herbal Medicine – What’s the Evidence?

Barbara Fougere

How Do Herbs Work? An Introduction to Herbal Pharmacology

Barbara Fougere

Materia Medica – Eight Herbs You Must Know

Barbara Fougere

Veterinary Herbal Medicine in Practice

Barbara Fougere

The Basic Principles and Techniques of Ultrasound

Connie Han and Cheryl Hurd

Abdominal Ultrasound – What’s Normal, What’s Not!

Cheryl Hurd

And the Beat Goes On – Cardiac Ultrasound

Connie Han and Cheryl Hurd

The Anatomy and Physiology of Anesthetic Machines

Harry Latshaw

The Ins and Outs of Anesthesia for the Brain

Harry Latshaw

The DIC of Anesthetic Machines: Discovering, Inspecting, and Correcting Problems

Harry Latshaw

Integration of Licensed Veterinary Technicians in a Large Animal Practice

Amanda Lindvay

Standard Operating Procedures for Large Animal Technicians

Amanda Lindvay

Alpaca Care – From Cria to Adulthood

Amanda Lindvay

The Estrous Cycle and Pregnancy in the Bitch

Cheryl Lopate

It’s All in the Timing – Ovulation Timing and Its Use in Breeding Management and Artificial Insemination

Cheryl Lopate

Dystocia Management in the Bitch: Medical versus Surgical Intervention

Cheryl Lopate

Management of Pyometra in the Bitch; When Is Medical Management Appropriate?

Cheryl Lopate

Semen Collection and Evaluation in the Dog

Cheryl Lopate

Positive Differences: The Individuals of the Veterinary Team

Stephanie L. Plattner

Working Through Conflict in the Veterinary Practice: A Role Renegotiation Model

Stephanie L. Plattner

Developing an Equine Wellness Program and the Role of the Veterinary Technician

Stephanie L. Plattner

No More Howling Huskies: Safe Sedation Techniques in High Stress Patients

Nancy Shaffran

Do You Have the Nerve to Block? Local Anesthetic & Nerve Block Techniques

Nancy Shaffran

Yes, Cats Do Get Heartworms! Feline Heartworm Disease

Nancy Shaffran

I Just Bought a _______. What Do I Feed It?

Saralyn Sharp and Cindy Voglewede

Supplements and Nutraceuticals – Do They Help? Can They Hurt?

Saralyn Sharp and Cindy Voglewede

Daily Calf Care: A Technologist’s Role

Candice M. Targgart

Protocols and the Process which Legalize Our Technicians

Candice M. Targgart

Keeping an Eye on Pinkeye

Candice M. Targgart

Dogs and the Yard: Peace not Pieces

Steve Thompson

Establishing Elective Euthanasia Protocols

Steve Thompson

Responsible Breeder Genetic Screening

Steve Thompson

Alternative & Raw Food Diets: What Do We Know?

Todd L. Towell

Successful Weight Loss Strategies

Todd L. Towell

Clinical Approach to Vomiting and Motion Sickness

David C. Twedt

Beyond the Side of the Bag/Can – How MuchShould I Feed Fluffy?

Cynthia Voglewede and Saralyn Sharp

Refeeding Syndrome: When Good Food Goes Bad

Ann Wortinger

Pancreatitis: What a Pain!

Ann Wortinger

The Ins and Outs of Feeding Tubes

Ann Wortinger

Hepatic Lipidosis- Getting Cats Out of the Yellow

Ann Wortinger

Hyperlipidemia : Fat in All the Wrong Places

Ann Wortinger

Transfusion Medicine: When You Need More Than They’ve Got!

Ann Wortinger

Practice Manager:

Don’t Get Left Behind: Three Critical Ways to Keep Your Veterinary Practice Competitive, and Profitable

Jim Baum

Open Book Management – Matrices

Ross Clark, Louise Dunn, and Elise M. Lacher

Open Book Management – Lightning in a Bottle, Finally Perfected

Ross Clark

Marketing Your Practice in Your Community – “High Tech – High Touch” Tactics that Work

Pamela Cole and Kate Knutson

Practice Partnering

Henry M. (Trey) Cutler III

Choosing the Right Form of Entity (and Why It Matters)

Henry M. (Trey) Cutler III

Letters of Intent for Practice Purchases

Henry M. (Trey) Cutler III

Strategies to Enhance Communication and Collaboration Between Specialists and General Practitioners – Part 1

Amanda L. Donnelly

Strategies to Enhance Communication and Collaboration Between Specialists and General Practitioners – Part 2

Amanda L. Donnelly

To Refer or Not to Refer: Important Considerations

Amanda L. Donnelly

Improve Patient Care and Increase Revenues by Working with Specialists

Amanda L. Donnelly

Train Your Technical Staff to a Higher Level of Competency

Amanda L. Donnelly

Talking to Clients about Treatment Plans and Fees

Amanda L. Donnelly

Managing by Core Values

Amanda L. Donnelly

Is Employee Burnout Affecting Your Success?

Amanda L. Donnelly

Recruiting the Right People Every Time

Tracy Dowdy

Employee Orientation…Do You Do It?

Tracy Dowdy

Are You Losing Them as Fast as You Are Hiring Them?

Tracy Dowdy

Creating Raving Fans with Your Clients

Tracy Dowdy

Open Book Management – The Nuts & Bolts of File Prep for Better Patient Care, Client Experience, and Increased Profits

Louise Dunn

Your Hospital Is Only as Good as Your Weakest Staff Member

Byron S. Farquer and Donald Erceg

Why Do You Want to Become an Owner?

Byron Farquer and Donald J. Erceg

Build It and They Will Come

Byron S. Farquer and Donald Erceg

How Can You Successfully Market That Business?

Donald J. Erceg and Byron Farquer

What Business Are You In?

Donald J. Erceg and Byron Farquer

True Practice Profitability- How Does Yours Compare?

Karen E. Felsted

Building an Effective Annual Revenue Budget

Karen E. Felsted

Dealing with Whiny, Gossipy, Problem-Children Employees in Your Practice

Karen E. Felsted

Equipment Purchase for Fun and Profit – Part 1

Karen E. Felsted

Equipment Purchase for Fun and Profit – Part 2

Karen E. Felsted

Succession Planning- What Does this Mean and What Do You Do?

Karen E. Felsted

Trends in Practice Valuation

Karen E. Felsted

Wow Your Clients, Wow Your Boss

David B. Gerber and David F. King

Purchasing Medical Records – Do They Have Value?

David B. Gerber and David F. King

Practice Value, Price, and Marketability

David B. Gerber and David F. King

Do You Have a Low-Value Practice – and Not Even Know It?

David B. Gerber and David F. King

A Financial Physical for Your Practice

Gary I. Glassman

Use of Internal Controls to Prevent Fraud in Your Practice

Gary I. Glassman

The Most Common Financial Mistakes Veterinarians Make

Gary I. Glassman

What Does it Take to Get My Loan Approved?

Gary I. Glassman

Tax Tips: An Update

Gary I. Glassman

Financial Tools to Make Your Practice Excel

Gary I. Glassman

You, Me, & the 360 Review

James E. Guenther

Three Steps to Improving Selling the Invisible

James E. Guenther

Hire the Best Educators You Can

James E. Guenther

Warning Signs of Embezzlement

James E. Guenther

Life Is Good if You Remember the Lake Wobegon Effect

James E. Guenther

Hiring, Firing, and Retaining Staff

Edward J. Guiducci

Creating and Negotiating an Associate Contract

Edward J. Guiducci

Non-Veterinarian Ownership of a Veterinary Practice

Edward J. Guiducci

Due Diligence of a Practice Purchase: Minimizing a Buyer’s Risk

Edward J. Guiducci

Should You Use a Letter of Intent for Your Practice Sale/Purchase?

Edward J. Guiducci

Practice Affiliation: Will It Work for Me?

Edward J. Guiducci

Open Book Management – Understanding Your Financial Statements, The Lab Report for Your Practice

Elise M. Lacher

Partnerships – More Than Just Sharing Toothpaste: Part 1

Charlotte Lacroix and Elise M. Lacher

Partnerships – More Than Just Sharing Toothpaste: Part 2

Charlotte Lacroix and Elise M. Lacher

Partnerships – More Than Just Sharing Toothpaste: Part 3

Charlotte LaCroix and Elise M. Lacher

Partnerships – More Than Just Sharing Toothpaste: Part 4

Charlotte LaCroix and Elise M. Lacher

Specialty Partnerships: What to Consider Before Getting Hitched

Charlotte A. Lacroix

Pedigree Drugs….Will the Real Drug Stand Up!

Charlotte Lacroix

Veterinarians’ Legal Liability for Zoonotic Diseases

Charlotte Lacroix and Mary W. Clark

Governance and Organization of SpecialtyPractice – Part 1

Lloyd S. Meisels

Governance and Organization of Specialty Practice – Part 2

Lloyd S. Meisels

Pharmacy Dispensing Machines

Lloyd S. Meisels

Using Your Computer to Maintain Medical Records and Capture Fees

Lloyd S. Meisels

A Is for Acute, B Is for Bordetella – Receptionist Medical Terminology Training: Part 1

Christine Merle

A Is for Acute, B Is for Bordetella – Receptionist Medical Terminology Training: Part 2

Christine Merle

Extreme Client Service – Ways that You Can Make Your Practice Stand Out: Part 1

Christine Merle

Extreme Client Service – Ways that You Can Make Your Practice Stand Out: Part 2

Christine Merle

Smile – You Are the Receptionist Star!

Christine Merle

Innovative Health Benefit Strategies for Veterinary Practices

James T. O’Conner

Employee Appreciation

Jerome S. Osteryoung

Client Appreciation

Jerome S, Osteryoung

Client Satisfaction

Jerome S. Osteryoung

How to Make a Win–Win Practice Sale

Karl Salzsieder

How to Increase Practice Value: $100,000 in 1 Year

Karl Salzsieder

Veterinary Technical Staff Need Pay Bonuses Based on Medical Care and/or Benchmarks

Karl Salzsieder

Veterinary Practice Liability Audit

Karl Salzsieder

Most Common Practice Act Violations from Medical Records

Karl Salzsieder

Legal Code or Employee Code of Honor

Karl Salzsieder

Staff Empowerment (Doctor Leverage) Increases Veterinary Practice Success

Karl Salzsieder

Is Your Profit Trickling Away?

Denise L. Tumblin

Valuing Your Practice in Today’s Market

Denise L. Tumblin

Buying a Practice: The Issue Is Affordability

Denise L. Tumblin

Selling to an Associate Is Not an Event: Preparing for Ownership Transition

Denise L. Tumblin

Can You Afford Not to Sell to an Associate?

Denise L. Tumblin

Appreciating a Long-term Associate

Denise L. Tumblin

Low or No? Dealing with Low-Cost Competitors

Ernest E. Ward, Jr.

Where Did My Staff Go? Getting the Most Out of the Minimum

Ernest E. Ward, Jr.

Why Would Anyone Want to Work Here?

Ernest E. Ward, Jr.

Healthy Mind, Healthy Body, Healthy Bottom Line: Is Your Health Affecting Your Performance?

Ernest E. Ward, Jr.

Excellent Customer Service – The Team Approach

Jeffrey Werber

Automation in Practice – Balancing Hi-tech with Warmth and Compassion

Jeffrey Werber

Internal Marketing: The Key to Keeping Clients Where They Belong – In Your Practice!

Jeffrey Werber

I’m a Great Veterinarian – Why Aren’t I Making Any Money?

Jeffrey Werber

Can I Retire? How Much Does it Take?

Fritz Wood

Influence – Getting Your Client to Say “Yes”

Fritz Wood

Tenets of Personal Financial Success

Fritz Wood