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New York Vet and the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) partner to support Veterinary Hospital Managers.



Veterinary Hospital Managers can now choose from 21 CVPM continuing education-approved sessions to earn up to 10.25 credits that are applicable to the Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) program requirements.

VHMA was formed in 1981 to provide individuals actively involved in Veterinary Practice Management a means of effective communication and interaction. Their members include Hospital Administrators, Practice Managers, Office Managers, Veterinarians, Consultants, and others interested in veterinary management. The mission of the VHMA is to enhance and serve veterinary management professionals, through superior education, certification and networking.

Be sure to check out the informational session "Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) Certification" by Susan Savage, CVT, CVPM, MBA, PHR on Thursday, November 8.

For your convenience, we have detailed which topics are applicable for our CVPM credits:

Thursday, November 8


Controlled substance prescribing, reporting, record keeping, & diversion prevention: Part 1
Controlled substance prescribing, reporting, record keeping, & diversion prevention: Part 2  1CE
Management Basics 1CE
Caring for clients around end of life care 1CE
The evolving ownership landscape – how independents can continue to thrive and grow 1CE
The disengaged employee: How to avoid this common leadership mistake 0.75CE
Culture is everything: How to identify your practice culture & what to change if you don’t like what you see                        0.75CE
The secret to bonding millennials to your practice          0.75CE
Understanding legal tools: The keys to lawsuit prevention, license protection and tax reduction                                 1CE
Bringing innovation to pets and their veterinarians            1CE
Creative ways to use technology and drive compliance                   1CE
7 amazing online marketing techniques for veterinary practices         1CE


Friday, November 9

Using SBA Loan options to heal your income statement 1CE
Cost effective client communication tools that will increase the value of your practice                  1CE
Preparing for practice ownership                   1CE
What Veterinarians can learn from other healthcare industries       1CE
Brand management for the veterinary practice                       1CE
Working with the cash strapped client: what to say and how to say it               1CE
Setting boundaries to maintain your emotional health       1CE
Practice ownership takes a village: Landing the advisors every veterinary practice owner needs        1CE
The data every practice owner should monitor      1CE


For more information on the New York Vet program visit: www.newyorkvet.com/program




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