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Nationwide | Purdue study shows continued recovery in veterinary pricing

I’m at the AVMA Convention, which is one of the two professional gatherings at which we present updated data from our benchmark Nationwide® | Purdue Veterinary Price Index (the other presentation is at the NAVC’s VMX, with a repeat at WVC, typically). Since we’re in Indiana, Dean Logan Jordan of … Continue reading Nationwide | Purdue study shows continued recovery in veterinary pricing

pet health insurance as a voluntary employee benefit

When companies offer pet health insurance as a voluntary benefit, everyone wins

Should veterinarians care if a client buys pet health insurance through payroll deduction? As more and veterinarians learn that these plans make good veterinary care possible, it is indeed worth caring. That’s  because pet health insurance as a voluntary benefit is not only here, but it’s huge. And it’s only … Continue reading When companies offer pet health insurance as a voluntary benefit, everyone wins

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Nationwide® | Purdue benchmark study shows continued veterinary pricing recovery

The veterinary pricing recovery is here to stay — at least for now. That’s the takeaway from our semi-annual refresh of the Nationwide® | Purdue Veterinary Price Index, which returned to where it began with a presentation at the NAVC Conference. [Download the executive summary] Produced by Nationwide in collaboration … Continue reading Nationwide® | Purdue benchmark study shows continued veterinary pricing recovery