By Rod Johnston, MBA, CMA, Practice Transition Advisor, and Jim Vander Mey, CPA, ABI, Practice Transition Advisor
You’ve heard the stories of people doing their own electrical work on their house only to be electrocuted when they try fixing the bathroom light while standing in the bathtub full of water. Or the person who decides to fix his brakes on his car only to accidentally cut his brake...Read More
By Rod Johnston, MBA, CMA
Happy New Year! Thank goodness 2020 is over and we can start looking forward to 2021. We all hope this is a year of change. We hope to begin getting control of Covid-19 with vaccines and some immunity for those who caught and survived COVID. There will be a change in the Presidency. Hopefully, there will be a change and restaurants can be fully open again. But what...Read More
The following is a story about two veterinarians who had dreams of owning their own practice. While the story may seem a bit farfetched, it is based on true events. In fact, we have seen this story multiple times in today’s environment. Maybe this happened to you?
Shawn and Lilly graduated from the same veterinary school in 2010. They were good friends and always enjoyed talking about their...Read More
We see embezzlement in the veterinary office all too often. The average embezzlement amount REPORTED is over $100,000 in a veterinary practice, and we know most is not reported or ever discovered. Please review the following tips to avoid embezzlement, as well as signs from employees to be aware of.
-Limit access to practice management software to make adjustments, and format software to...Read More
Whether you are planning for retirement, looking to relocate, or taking your Veterinary career in a new direction, placing your Veterinary practice up for sale is a huge endeavor, one that you should not be done alone. The experts at OMNI Veterinary Practice Group are dedicated to providing their clients with the best possible services to meet their needs while building a trusting...Read More