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Working in the cloud
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.
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.
Running a veterinary practice isn’t cheap. Setting up a small animal practice can easily reach the $1 million-mark1 and veterinarians also face a significant amount of student debt —$150,000 on average.2
Whether you’re opening your first practice or you’ve served pets and their parents for over two decades, it’s hard to imagine running a successful veterinary practice without a reliable way to process credit cards. When shopping for payment processing options it can be tempting to start by comparing rates, or to just go with the vendor your friends or financial institution recommend.
The veterinary industry is not immune to the issues that come along with technology. Power outages, server crashes, and software lags can send team members into a tailspin. But one of the most concerning situations a veterinary team can face is a breach of security when it comes to their practice data.