Today's Veterinary Business

JUN 2018

Today’s Veterinary Business provides information and resources designed to help veterinarians and office management improve the financial performance of their practices, allowing them to increase the level of patient care and client service.

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WEST MIDWEST NORTHEAST Pacific Mountain West North Central East North Central Middle Atlantic New England West South Central East South Central South Atlantic SOUTH Vetalytix is the industry's largest repository of localized economic insight, regulatory compliance and pharmacy support tools, all of which are designed to help the private practitioner compete in today's challenging economy. Vetalytix is an open community available as a resource to the veterinary profession and is sponsored by the NAVC, Today's Veterinary Business and leading animal health distributors. For more detailed infor- mation related to your local market, go to www.vetalytix.com. Summary The markets and market dynamics for veterinary medicine are very differ- ent depending on what part of the country you're in. As a result, veterinary practices and the challenges they face are just as diverse. Data from the first quarter of 2018 suggest a tepid start to the new year in many areas of clinical practice. But there's no doubt that some areas have significantly more challenges to face while others have positive dynamics to build off of for the remainder of 2018. Understanding these dynamics, and the role they play in your market, can provide insight into better meet- ing the needs of your patients and clients. Background The Vetalytix platform utilizes product consumption data — what veteri- narians consume in the process of providing care to patients — as a marker for clinical caseload volume. Through the analysis of specific product class- es, Vetalytix reports major trends and market behaviors in more than 200 unique geographic areas for the benefit of independent practice owners and their management teams. Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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