Ensuring ongoing vet and patient safety

This year’s Bain Fallon conference was an excellent opportunity for both vets and industry-aligned vendors to delve into the evolving best practices for equine health. Like in past years, we had a number of vets approach our booth with questions and concerns about their current practices, and we saw one very important theme emerge from these conversations: patient and vet safety.

I’d like to share with you the questions we were asked by your fellow vets, as well as the discussions that followed regarding the safety of the patients they care for as well as that of their own. No doubt many of you will have the same concerns.

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To grid or not to grid? What you missed if you didn’t attend this year’s AVA Conference

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This year’s AVA Pan Pacific Conference was an excellent opportunity for vets to explore the evolution of radiology technology in the veterinary space.

This year’s AVA Pan Pacific Conference was an excellent opportunity for vets and providers alike to delve into best practice management, innovation, and the evolution of radiology technology in the veterinary space.

In addition to demonstrating the very latest in digital imaging equipment for the vet space, we had the opportunity to answer some quite specific, and undoubtedly important questions raised by vets like you. If you missed out on attending the conference this year, I’d like to share with you the two major concerns we heard about repeatedly, as the sheer number of conversations I had around these topics leads me to believe that you may have also these concerns. Continue Reading →

Leveraging world class veterinary technology: what does integration really mean?

By Read Hedditch

practice-integration-for-vetsYou know better than I do – a vet’s office is a busy and challenging environment. From the moment a patient and their owner walks in through your door, there are numerous key processes that need to take place: from capturing the patient’s details to examining them; from capturing diagnostic images to sharing these images with any referrers. You’re constantly required to do more, with less time. Continue Reading →