CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Veterinarian’s Money Digest™, a business, financial and lifestyle resource for veterinary professionals, shines a light on the latest topics in practice management and personal and practice finance in its inaugural issue. The topics in the April issue combine information and insight from veterinary business experts to provide veterinarians with the guidance they need to run their practices efficiently.
“We are thrilled to expose the veterinary community to a wide variety of topics associated with practice management, finance and leadership in our debut issue. Our goal is to make this magazine an indispensable business management tool for veterinarians across the nation,” said Chris Hennessy, publisher of Veterinarian’s Money Digest™.
The cover story, “Top Dogs & Cool Cats,” highlights standout practitioners who are making a difference for pets, animal owners, and veterinary students in the United States and around the world. Practice management topics include tips to help veterinarians connect with team members on a personal level, build their practice base with client endorsements and “untrain” their teams to improve practice success. The issue also features such financial topics as practice cash flow, investing, and adding a new associate.
Bringing to light major areas of concern faced by practice owners and managers today is one of the goals of Veterinarian’s Money Digest™. Every issue will feature opinions from industry experts, case examples, interviews and discussions to help veterinary professionals achieve both business and personal success. For more information, please visit www.vmdtoday.com.
About Veterinarian's Money Digest™
Veterinarian’s Money Digest™ is a targeted multimedia business resource that guides veterinarians on best practices to effectively manage their personal and practice finances, stay up-to-date on legal and regulatory issues and keep balance in their lives. It features a mix of news, columns and expert advice from veterinary-specific business professionals tailored to fit the needs of practicing veterinarians.