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Increase practice yield through improved compliance

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Be on guard against the misconceptions that might exist within your own practice. Not offering services, assuming the reminder system is operational, relying on employees through abdication, rather than supervised delegation, and a whole variety of other factors lead to poor practice performance. Judicious attention to detail, just as the savvy farmer does to reap the maximum yields from a field, is important for the successful veterinary practice. Be aware that the little changes you make that improve the likelihood of client compliance with pet care can reap huge benefits for your veterinary practice and animal welfare.

Since 1990, Dr. Marsha L. Heinke, DVM, EA, CPA, CVPM, DABFA has served as a consultant and accountant with the firm of Owen E. McCafferty, CPA, Inc. This year she founded Marsha L. Heinke, CPA, Inc. and can be reached at (440) 926-3800 or via e-mail at


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