“I believe that practice owners and managers don’t necessarily have to work harder, but they have to work much more focused. And that focus needs to be on their long-term, five-year, or ten-year plan for what they need to do with their practice. Because in addition to learning the many new things they’re gonna have to do in order to be competitive, they’re going to have to select the correct thing to employ for their practice, for their particular goals.”
CVC educator Bash Halow started his career in veterinary medicine in 1999. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and of the Veterinary Management Institute series at Purdue University. He’s enjoyed a varied career working as a practice manager in New York City, a regional manager for Healthy Pet Corporation (later VCA) and as the administrator for the Princeton Animal Hospital and Carnegie Cat Clinic in Princeton, New Jersey.
He’s also a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager, a Licensed Veterinary Technician and (best of all for us) a regular CVC speaker. You can also peruse Bash Halow’s tips and articles on dvm360.com.
Want even more Bash? Check out the dvm360 podcast “Your Veterinary Voice.”
Bash’s CVC Kansas City sessions: