Imitation isn't just the sincerest form of flattery — it's what's best for business!
Veterinary Economics and WTA Veterinary Consultants present their 2016 study of well-managed practices.
Benchmarks 2016 shines a spotlight on increasing revenue, fusing leadership and management, taking advantage of technology, and getting ready for transition — helping to set the standard for practices to emulate.
> Implementing the low-stress movement to benefit you, patients, and clients alike
> What are the first impressions of your website, customer service, and facilities?
> Increasing profits, as well as client and patient benefits through communication
Synthesizing Leadership and Management
> The differences between leadership and management
> Creating a team-based culture with empowered employees
> Tools & resources to develop a high performing team
Taking Advantage of Technology
> Are you paying other companies to use technology tools you already have?
> Developing your technology goals and mapping out a strategy
> Leveraging social media, mobile apps, and your website for optimal ROI
> Preparing yourself — timeline for sale, financial planning, post-sale plans
> Preparing your practice — what is it worth and how to improve that value
> Preparing your buyer — ensuring your practice's legacy
Led by Denise Tumblin, CPA, owner and president of WTA Veterinary Consultants, we asked successful practices what makes them that way.
Think your practice matches up with the most successful ones? If you want to make your practice like theirs, there's no need to dream it up yourself. Benchmarks 2016 has the model for success laid bare!