Neo Software blog
Running your practice
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.
Making changes in a vet practice can be intimidating. How do you initiate veterinary practice change without decreasing veterinary team morale or causing operational issues?
With such a high workload and pressure coming from all angles, managing change in a veterinary clinic can be stressful. Let's look at five common pitfalls of veterinary change management and how to avoid them.
When it comes to taking the leap and finding new veterinary practice management software, it's natural to have questions for a potential new provider. Here are 5 important questions we recommend be on the list.
One of the first things you learn while opening a veterinary practice is to be prepared for anything.
Each day brings a new set of schedules, different emergencies, and patients with illnesses that you adapt to care for and treat. With your on-the-go schedule, it may be hard to find the time to update your veterinary software. You may have even prolonged the switch because you just don't want to disrupt your day-to-day.