VetTriage - ER partnership

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VetTriage - ER/specialty hospital partnership

*** These are complex multifactorial topics that require much discussion and context to successfully portray what we are trying to accomplish. By no means is this video an all-inclusive look into veterinary telehealth, veterinary medicine, VetTriage, and how it all relates to your clients and your facility. Please take that into consideration when viewing this video. Thank you. ***

Dr. Shadi Ireifej biography — https://vettriage.com/about-us/

E-mail me — [email protected]

VetTriage — www.vettriage.com

Video tracks —

Introduction of video — 00:41

General veterinary culture challenges —00:42 to 2:45

Newly graduated veterinarians in the workplace — 2:46 to 06:12

Experienced veterinarians in the workplace — 6:13 to 6:48

Resulting internal clinic toxicity — 6:49 to 08:17

Where are the new graduates — 08:18 to 9:17

Summary of the overall challenges in the veterinary field — 09:18 to 10:07

Immediate VetTriage goals — 10:08 to 10:23

VetTriage functions with the ER/specialty hospital — 10:24 to 14:43

Client and ER benefits with VetTriage — 14:44 to 15:13

Revenue increase and increase in revenue loss — 15:14 to 16:01

Referring veterinarian/general practitioner benefits in relation to ER/specialty hospitals — 16:02 to 16:33

Negative online reviews and client complaints — 16:34 to 17:26

Hiring new staff and progressiveness — 17:27 to 18:14

Some outcomes when VetTriage used appropriately — 18:15 to 18:51

Inpatient care and supporting compassionate staff — 18:52 to 19:33

Summary of the benefits over time — 19:34 to 19:55

VetTriage helping you versus competitor ER/specialty hospitals — 19:56 to 22:13

How VetTriage works for you hospital — 22:14 to 23:54

How the client uses VetTriage — 23:55 to 24:48

VetTriage follow-up after a session— 23:56 to 25:49

When to use VetTriage — 25:50 to 26:45

Setting up the VetTriage partnership — 26:46 to 27:28
Species, number of session, types of DVMs, high volume times, our hiring, being DVM-owned, operations, etc. — 27:29 to 29:41

Veterinary telehealth movement and contacting us — 29:41 to 31:00

The dark future of veterinary medicine and in closing — 31:01 to 32:38
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