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The Pulse of Veterinary Medicine

Preventive care screening tests: why now?

Preventive care has always been important to veterinary professionals, but lab work has not been a regular part of the preventive care toolkit. 
 

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Water Testing Solutions

It's Urban Runoff Season

The calendar once again has turned to April (seems like it happens every year) and those of us in colder climates turn to thoughts of warmer weather, melting snow and that special time of the year in Maine, mud season. This muddy, mucky time of the year comes when the melting remnants of winter and spring rains wash pollution into our waterways…better known to most people as urban runoff season. 

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Cornerstone News & Information

Need to review a detailed invoice history for a specific patient? There’s a report for that!

Don’t let the report name (or report group name) fool you; this is a very handy report when you are wanting to review a specific patient’s invoice history. Whether looking at the total spent, number of invoices, or staff IDs on the invoices themselves, the Treatment Report (Reports > Equine) can provide the information you seek. And when saved to Microsoft Excel, it can provide even more details!

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IDEXX Neo: What's New

New feature: Enhancing special action timing and patient age range (May 2019)

Users told us they like how special actions save time and ensure that key tasks are completed consistently—except when those actions occur sooner than staff expect or want, like when a reminder is triggered for an item that’s added to a consultation but later removed. We’ve fixed that by setting the default timing of special actions to occur at the end of the visit when you mark a consultation ready to be paid.  And just in time for puppy and kitten season, we’ve adjusted how patient age is displayed to reflect how humans commonly think of it; so it’s easier for you to determine whether a patient is old enough for specific services.

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