Building the Successful Veterinary Practice. Innovation & Creativity. Volume 3

  • ID: 2222026
  • Book
  • 364 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Release the innovation and creativity of practices confined by conventional thinking and day–to–day routines.

Thomas Catanzaro, practitioner and nationwide consultant, is witness to the power of change and taking risks. In this third and final volume of Building the Successful Veterinary Practice, Catanzaro presents concepts, tools, and exercises that can be used to change procedures, the practice environment, knowledge levels, and even attitudes in your practice. Some of the topics the author examines:

Fostering motivational and excitement

Promoting nonstop change

Overcoming the fear of failure

Breaking the procrastination habit

Hiring and keeping winners

Redesigning jobs

Stimulating productivity with veterinary extenders

Creating the client bond

Writing brochures and newsletters

Marketing advantages of scheduling

Communicating and the Council of Clients

Bundling services

Building a learning environment

Rewarding innovation and creativity

Exercising team creativity
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PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; Evolving Perspectives of Veterinary Practice; The Right Person for the Right Job; Creative Client Power–Up; Leadership before Delegation; Building the Learning Environment; Appendices: Empowering the Team; Styles of Training Profile; How to Hire a Winner; 101 Veterinary Practice Management Gimmicks; Computerised Medical Records; Medical Record Audits; Do the Unusual as if It Were Usual; Coping Self–Assessment; Team Creativity Exercises; Leadership Profile in the New American Veterinary Practice.
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Thomas E. Catanzaro, DVM, MHA, FACHE, Diplomate, American College of Healthcare Executives, is the first veterinarian to receive Board certification with the American College of Healthcare Executives. From 30 years in the field as a practitioner, hospital services director for AAHA, and consultant, Catanzaro brings a wealth of experience and proven techniques together. In the last decade he has visited, assisted, or consulted with over 1,200 veterinary practices in the United States, Canada, and Japan. Widely published and in demand as a speaker, Catanzaro addresses areas of skill that are not usually included in a veterinarian s formal education.
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