Veterinary Business 101

Time:7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Date:August 5, 2018
Location: Georgia Veterinary Medical Association
2200 Century Pkwy. NE
Atlanta, GA 30345

Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Beth Scott, a director in the firm’s Veterinary Services Group, will present at Georgia Veterinary Medical Association’s Veterinary Business 101 event on Aug. 5 in Atlanta, GA.

Scott will present the following topics:

Profit Enhancement Workshop: Finding the Root Cause

In this session, attendees will not only learn how to deconstruct problems to diagnose their profit issues, they will develop a unique action plan for treatment that is designed to enhance their own hospital’s profits.

KPIs: Simplifying the Tools That Gauge Hospital Performance

Key performance indicators (KPIs) can be used as a benchmarking tool to evaluate current business performance against national averages. This session will teach hospital owners and veterinarians how KPIs can create an actionable scorecard for tracking strategies and goals.

How to Boost Your Return on Investment by Exposing Hidden Costs

During this session, attendees will review various aspects of labor management and direct costs, including background checks, personality profiles, interviewing, self and management evaluations, goal setting, compensation models, and inventory costs.

Trends at the Most Profitable Hospitals

This session will review global practice statistics, helping owners and veterinarians gain a greater understanding of how to interpret their own numbers and devise strategies to increase growth.

Strategic Planning: Make Your Dream a Reality

Strategic planning, simply put, is determining where the hospital is going, how it is going to get there, and how the hospital will measure its progress. Owners and veterinarians will learn how to run a strategic planning meeting, including how to build an agenda, who should attend, what should be reviewed prior to the meeting, and what topics should be covered.

As a member of the Veterinary Services Group, Scott consults with hospitals to help increase their profit and the overall value of their practice. In addition to the day-to-day management of one of the largest national veterinary benchmarking databases, Scott actively participates in speaking engagements and industry membership groups.

To learn more or register, visit the conference website.