101 veterinary practice management questions answered by Amanda L Donnelly; American Animal Hospital Association

By Amanda L Donnelly; American Animal Hospital Association

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Although it is difficult to forecast the amount of revenues a new associate can bring in the first year, start by assessing the current caseload to determine whether there is likely to be enough work for another doctor. Is the schedule fully booked every day? How long does it take for clients to get an appointment for routine care? Are doctors often overworked in trying to provide care for patients each day? Does the practice frequently double book to fit clients in? Do doctors and technicians consistently stay hours after the normal working day to finish caring for all the patients?

Many of the veterinary management software programs improve the efficiency of medical records by utilizing customized templates and logs. Templates used with electronic medical records (EMRs) decrease the time needed to enter specific information for each case. Establishing a lab interface with the computer allows lab results to be transferred directly to records. For practices with paper medical records, following a consistent format when making entries and utilizing forms or stickers in records can help to streamline the amount of time spent on medical records.

The primary factors to consider when determining wages or salaries for staff positions are level of experience, education or certification, skill sets, and regional differences that influence the level of competition and salary ranges for employees in your area. By taking these factors into consideration, you can establish starting wages and salary ranges for each position. To determine appropriate starting salaries and to be competitive, you will need to look at wages paid by other area veterinary hospitals and businesses.

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