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Insurance for Veterinarians: Legal Insights for Coverage

There are many steps you can take to protect your livelihood as a veterinarian. One of the most important things you can do to ensure that you and your business remain protected is purchase insurance. There are many types of insurance available to veterinarians. Often, to ensure maximum protection, several policies are necessary. In this […]

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Handling Disputes: The Importance of Clear Veterinary Contracts

All well-run businesses rely on contracts, and veterinary clinics are no exception. Veterinary clinics rely on many types of contractual relationships, including employment contracts, leases, and contracts with clients. As a rule, it is important to strive for clarity when drafting business contracts. Although there are several reasons for this, the primary reason is that […]

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Protecting Veterinary Client Information

Veterinary practices routinely handle confidential client information. Confidential information includes animal and client-related information that links back to a person. Although animal treatment records themselves are not considered confidential information, they become so if they link back to a human client. Given the strong protection the law affords to such information, it is imperative to […]

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Understanding and Preventing Veterinary Burnout

Veterinary practice owners and employees have rewarding—but highly challenging—jobs. And in recent years, the veterinary industry has seen higher customer volume, lower employee retention, and a seemingly never-ending slew of new restrictions and safety practices. These developments, in addition to the traditional day-to-day challenges inherent to the veterinary industry, can result in burnout. In this […]

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