Neo Software blog
New technology in veterinary medicine is popping up everywhere. When it comes to updating your veterinary software, equipment, or associated workflows, here are 5 tips to help the transition run smoothly.
Managing change in a veterinary clinic is key to providing quality service. It might seem hard, but there are ways to set you and your clinic up for success.
Any change in life can be intimidating, but when it comes to running a veterinary practice, one change in particular seems to bring fear to the hearts of veterinary professionals everywhere: switching veterinary software.
Brandon Animal Hospital is a three-doctor practice that’s served pets and people in Roanoke, Virginia since the 1950s. But owner Lisa Wilson, DVM, worried that her server-based practice management software was impacting revenue and client service—and feeding a perception that Brandon was behind the times.
It’s a well-known fact that humans are creatures of habit. We eat the same restaurants, drink the same coffee, and in general, fall into routines that can be difficult break out of. When it comes to running a veterinary practice, this affinity for consistency doesn’t stop at the door.