Profit Isn’t a 4-Letter !*#@ - 5 Critical Steps to Hit Your Goals

Minor, painless changes can result in significant improvements when it comes to the business side of patient care.  Making your practice more profitable and positioning it for continued success isn’t just about the money.  Profit gives you the ability to pay your bills without worry, continue to invest in enhanced patient care and take care of your team with fair compensation and benefits and ensure the practice has value when you’re ready to sell.  We’ll cover five steps that are critical to your success. 

Here's what you'll learn:

This lecture is approved for 2 hours of RACE and CVPM CE credit.

  • Tips to bond clients to your practice and strengthen connections, engagement and patient care.

  • Budgeting know-how 1, 2, 3 – developing a budget (finally!) to hit your goals.

  • Identifying the key steps to financial security for everyone in the practice.

  • The moves to make today to craft your future exit plan.

Course Curriculum Preview

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    Profit Isn’t a 4-Letter !*#@ - 5 Critical Steps to Hit Your Goals

    • Profit Isn’t a 4-Letter !*#@ - 5 Critical Steps to Hit Your Goals - Part One (CE Course)

    • Profit Isn’t a 4-Letter !*#@ - 5 Critical Steps to Hit Your Goals - Part Two (CE Course)

    • Quiz: Profit Isn’t a 4-Letter !*#@ - 5 Critical Steps to Hit Your Goals (Required for RACE and CVPM Credit)

Instructor

Veterinary Consultant, Love of Lasagne

Denise Tumblin

Denise Tumblin, owner of WTA Veterinary Consultants, provides management, valuation, and transition services to independently-owned veterinary practices across the U.S. Her company co-authors the Well-Managed Practice® Benchmarks Study, and Denise is the co-founder and facilitator of the WellMP® Management Groups. She grew up on a farm, where she learned the value of a strong work ethic, the importance of family and friends, awe for the beauty of Mother Nature, and a deep and abiding love and respect for animals. "I have been blessed to find a career that gives me the opportunity to work with professionals who ensure the health and well-being of the animals so dear to me. I love helping practice owners identify their challenges and opportunities and create a plan to achieve their goals. It’s a privilege and gives me the satisfaction of knowing I’m helping the entire superhero veterinary team and the patients they serve."