Modern Veterinary Practice Management

Margit Muller
Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates

Series: Animal Science, Issues and Research
BISAC: MED089000

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The classical veterinary education revolves around the anatomy, physiology, diseases and their treatment of the bovine, avian, equine, swine species and the assorted small animals. This book discusses the reasoning of both the veterinary profession in its medical care, innovation and scientific logic and also the tools and laws of the business world which cannot be ignored, if a veterinary practice shall survive. It is the reasonable synthesis of both, which eventually leads to profound business success and a medical reputation of excellence. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface ppvii-viii

Foreword ppix-x

List of Abbreviations ppxi-xii

Chapter 1. Introduction pp.1-4

Chapter 2. Current Trends in Veterinary Practices pp.5-14

Chapter 3. Market Analysis pp.15-22

Chapter 4. Veterinary Practice Types pp.23-36

Chapter 5. Planning and Strategy pp.37-58

Chapter 6. Location and Premises pp.59-66

Chapter 7. Human Resources Management pp.67-88

Chapter 8. Accounting, Management Accounting and Budgeting pp.89-106

Chapter 9. Finance, Financial Accounting and Financial Management pp.107-120

Chapter 10. Administrative Management pp.121-136

Chapter 11. Client Management pp.137-150

Chapter 12. Operations Management pp.151-166

Chapter 13. Supply Chain Management, Outsourcing and Inventory pp.167-178

Chapter 14. Information Technology Management and Internet pp.179-190

Chapter 15. Marketing pp.191-196

Chapter 16. Leadership and Empowerment pp.197-208

Chapter 17. Performance Management pp.209-224

Chapter 18. Occupational Health and Safety Management pp.225-236

Chapter 19. Risk Analysis and Emergency Preparedness pp.237-244

Chapter 20. Successful Growth of the Veterinary Practice pp.245-252

Chapter 21. Excellence in Veterinary Practice pp.253-260

Index pp.261-271

Audience: Veterinary surgeons, veterinary practice owners, veterinary practice managers, veterinary students, veterinary personnel

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