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Posted on September 16, 2010, under Veterinary Equipment
The primary audience for this report is managers involved with the highest levels of the strategic planning process and consultants who help their clients with this task. The user will not only benefit from the hundreds of hours that went into the methodology and its application, but also from its alternative perspective on strategic planning relating to veterinary equipment and services in Czech Republic. As the editor of this report, I am drawing on a methodology developed at INSEAD, an inter
Posted on February 24, 2010, under Veterinary Software
Pocket VetGo allows you to create your own electronic travel sheets custom tailored to fit your practice needs. It also allows you to quickly and easily record services by simply tapping travel sheet items displayed on your Pocket PCâs brightly lit, full color screen. When you finish recording services, Pocket VetGo automatically generates an invoice that you can either print on the spot or save to be printed back at the office. As soon as you save or print an invoice, Pocket VetGo automatically updates the clientâs account and patientâs medical history.
Whether you are working in the clinic, at home, or in the field, with Pocket VetGo in your Pocket you can now record services, capture charges, and generate invoices anytime, anywhere. While Pocket VetGo is primarily a charge-capture/point-of-care billing system, it also offers a rich set of features previously found only in large practice management systems. Pocket VetGo brings a new dimension of mobility to your practice.
At its core, Pocket VetGo is an electronic travel sheet that allows you to quickly and easily capture charges for all the services you perform as you perform them. It also allows you to carry your critical practice information with you wherever you go. If you are on call or run into a client on the street, you can immediately look up the information you need, on the spot.
Since Pocket VetGo runs on a Pocket PC, it can easily be slipped into your pocket or clipped on to your belt and carried with you wherever you go. This means your critical client and patient data is always in your pocket. Life is in your hand.
With Pocket VetGo you can now generate professional looking invoices at the point of care. Pocket VetGo prints to most battery-powered or regular infrared, Wi-Fi, or BlueTooth enabled printer. Pocket VetGo protects your practiceâs profits by eliminating missed charges as well as the overhead associated with transcribing charges into your invoicing system.
Pocket VetGo ensures that you and everyone in your practice charge consistently for the same service. Pocket VetGo comes with the Pocket VetGo Field Manager, which is an auxiliary program that allows you to easily set up your practice information. Since the Field Manager runs on the Pocket PC, you can set up your information anywhere â at home, at the office, and even while traveling.
Pocket VetGo allows you to create your own practice-specific drug formulary. Just enter the drug names, strengths, and dosages for various breeds to have this information constantly available. Pocket VetGo allows you to quickly retrieve patient histories, listing all prior treatment sessions so that you can see the date of last service, the doctor who last treated the animal, the problem, the diagnosis, and the chart-entry notes.
Pocket VetGo provides an inventory treatment sheet that allows you to track inventory and dispense items directly from inventory. It allows you to enter groups of patients or entire herds as a single line item.
Pocket VetGo is the first pocket PC-based charge-capture system designed specifically for veterinarians on the go. Since Pocket VetGo runs on a Pocket PC, it can be slipped into your pocket or clipped onto your belt and carried with you into the field. View the online demo to learn about the basic features in Pocket VetGo. Download the brochure in PDF Format (584 Kb)
Posted on May 24, 2011, under Anesthesia Machine
Complete systems include a precision, agent-specific vaporizer; oxygen flush valve; oxygen flowmeter; mouse- and rat-sized nosecones; non-rebreathing circuit; waste gas filters; induction chamber; and oxygen supply hose. Suitable for mouse to swine sized models. 19â x 19â x 50.5â high, weight 60 lbs. Shelf size 9â x 19â with 0.75â lip, extends behind machine 3.5â beyond footprint parameters.
All waste gases are scavenged for easy evacuation. Dual- & multi-patient circuits allow procedures to be handled in an assembly-line manner. You need to add oxygen, anesthetic agent and models. One dial setting delivers a consistent and safe anesthetic level. Positive sealing gasket on induction chambers minimize exposure to any waste gases.Breathing circuits allow flat, prone or supine positions with head access. Can be connected to in-house evacuation, a fume hood or a disposable charcoal filter for complete mobility. Included with all Laboratory Animal Anesthesia Systems. Manuals include a âcookbookâ protocol. Download the manual. Contact the manufacturer.
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Posted on September 3, 2008, under Tutorial
The purpose of pet insurance is to mitigate the risk of incurring significant expense to treat ill or injured pets. As veterinary medicine is increasingly employing expensive medical techniques and drugs, and owners have higher expectations for their pets’ health care and standard of living than previously, the market for pet insurance has increased. Most pet insurance services allow credit cards to deal the transaction.
Some providers will cover the cost of specified complementary treatments if theyâre deemed necessary for your pets recuperation after sickness or injury. Many insurers will pay out compensation for the loss or death of your pet and some may also contribute to the cost of cremation or burial. If you are planning to take your pet abroad at some point in the future its important to ensure that the protection of their pet insurance policy is extended overseas.
Most pet insurance providers allow you to reduce the cost of your policy by increasing the excess you will need to cover in the event of a claim and this can be a good option providing your pet is in good health and you set the excess at an affordable amount. Money.co.uk provides a good comparison of the best pet insurance quotes online. You could find the best protection for your pets and save on the cost in minutes. Whether you have a dog, cat, horse, rabbit or more exotic pet, they can help you find the best pet health insurance policy for the best price without the stress.