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
Every year at the AVMA Convention I have the honor of taking the leaders of the national VBMA out to dinner. This year was no different: I indeed felt honored in the presence of so many smart, savvy veterinary students, and came away knowing our veterinary profession was in good … Continue reading The VBMA: My 2017 dinner with the future!
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
As the current school year ends, I’m already looking forward to meeting next year’s veterinary students! Thank you to all those students and schools in which we gave our talks. This year was a bit of a “reboot” for us, and I’ll be sharing news soon on our plans for … Continue reading Three questions for … Oklahoma State’s Emily Arsola
Just in time for the lead-in to the Memorial Day weekend, I am introducing you to the first of the last two veterinary students I’ve featured this year. What a fantastic addition to our profession these women and men will be! Blair Bennett of the Mississippi State University College of … Continue reading Three questions for … Mississippi State’s Blair Bennett
As promised, I’m catching up on all the QandAs I’ve done with veterinary students around the country. What an interesting group of women and men! Today, please meet Amber Nealy of the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University (Class of 2018): Can you share something … Continue reading Three questions for … Amber Nealy, Texas A&M