The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) and Veterinary Medical Association Executives (VMAE) – organizations that share a commitment to help veterinary practices thrive – entered into a strategic partnership that delivered a series of online financial seminars available to your members at no charge. VHMA and VMAE launced a four-part webinar series, Boosting Your Financial IQ to Maximize Fiscal Performance, designed to elevate the financial literacy of those involved in veterinary management.
The webinars can be viewed on-demand:
In partnership with VHMA, VMAE has created this resource as another example of the “create once, use many!” approach to providing resources that help you deliver value to your VMA members. To make the webinar series visible to your members, VMAE suggests the following:
VMAE greatly appreciates this partnership with VHMA. This initiative aligns with VMAE’s strategic framework and the goal of assisting you in helping your members increase client traffic and enhance practice profitability. It also demonstrates the power of collaboration by connecting valuable content from credible presenters with the network of organizations that can most effectively engage members of the veterinary team. Special thanks go to VMAE member Christine Shupe, the VHMA executive director, for her commitment to the success of this partnership!
To enhance veterinary practice management, VMAE is pleased to collaborate with VetPartners in offering Veterinary Practice Management Essentials (VPME), a free digital booklet available for download. The VPME is a free tool developed by veterinarians, practice owners, and management professionals of VetPartners to help elevate financial acumen, business skills and management experience amongst veterinary professionals. The VPME provides an inventory of management and business functions and skills critical to operating a financially viable veterinary hospital. Topics include:
This unique resource outlines standards for successful management of a veterinary practice and includes a list of resources that provide more information regarding the various topics. It is intended to be used to help determine areas where practices are doing well from a management perspective, and areas where they should focus on improving.
VetPartners has developed a self-assessment tool to help assess a practice’s readiness for engaging a consultant or advisor.