Simple, Interrupted is a podcast about how to evolve in the ever shifting landscape of veterinary medicine and practice management. In each episode you’ll hear from host Mary Schwartz and passion-driven individuals on their ideas, best practices and stories on surviving radical vet industry changes. What’s most important? Having compassion and giving good quality care to your clients. We will provide you with actionable tips on adopting a CareFirst Approach.
Recruiting Quality Veterinary Talent and Keeping a Healthy Team with Andrew Luna and Rebecca Rose
Hiring the right veterinary talent is a unique challenge, and a common struggle for veterinary practices is not only finding an amazing candidate with the proper skills needed to put care first, but also someone who fits in with your team dynamics. If you own or manage a veterinary practice, you may have questioned how to attract qualified candidates while competing with other practices. How can a clinic show their value, mission, and purpose in the hiring process amidst the hiring crisis taking place in today’s market?
In this episode, you’ll hear from Andrew Luna, founder and CEO of Hound, as well as Rebecca Rose, Outreach Specialist for Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice. Along with your host, Mary Schwartz, they’ll discuss practical solutions to set veterinary leaders up for long-term success and find your dream candidate.
Also, in honor of Pet Insurance Month, we welcome special guest Melissa Gutierez of PetsBest Insurance to give some insight in how to talk to your clients about pet health insurance.
Check out the PetDesk, in collaboration with Pets Best and CareCredit, The Cost of Pet Ownership and How to Prepare September 2022 Content Pack!
Subscribe to this podcast today to never miss an episode, and share with your veterinary colleagues!
Understanding a CareFirst Approach to Veterinary Medicine with David Liss and Sam Schopler
One of the biggest challenges the veterinary industry is facing is the commoditization of pet care due to the rise of big-box retailers offering veterinary health services. At PetDesk, we want to identify ways veterinary professionals can improve their best vet self by adopting an approach we like to call "CareFirst".
So often we see the local practitioner up against big chains like Walmart, Lowe’s, or Petco for veterinary care. CareFirst is the mindset being adopted by veterinary professionals that embodies strategic steps independent clinics can take to guide their clients to better pet care.
In this episode, we talk with David Liss, an experienced veterinary management professional with a specialization in all aspects of veterinary hospital operations, and Sam Schopler, a veterinary student working towards his DVM. Together with host Mary Schwartz, CVT they discuss what CareFirst means to them and what tools the veterinary world needs in order to fight back against big-box retailers and commoditized veterinary care in this ever-changing industry.
For more information visit PetDesk.com/podcast and subscribe so you never miss an episode.
Coming Soon: A Podcast for Veterinary Professionals
Our goal is to provide top quality and up-to-date information on clinical topics for veterinary professionals. We're hoping you find our content useful as we truly believe you can have your dream career. During the podcast we will discuss a variety of topics, such as the CareFirst Approach, Team Training and Clinic Culture. The format of "Simple, Interrupted" will be a discussion that is informal and conversational. We welcome questions and feedback from you to make this podcast as engaging as possible. Subscribe today to "Simple, Interrupted: Surviving Radical Vet Industry Changes," and you’ll receive the first episode when it drops on September 8th!