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Build a healthier veterinary practice by reimagining the veterinary profession

December 3, 2021

Join Dr. Peter Weinstein on Thurs., Dec. 16, 2021 at 11:30am as he presents a thought-provoking session that will explore topics including what the practice of veterinary medicine looked like before COVID, how COVID impacted the delivery of care, what the next normal will look like and how to think differently to create new business models in the future.

You’ll emerge from this session with an idea of where we were and what worked – and from there, how COVID forced changes from which we can learn. Most importantly, you will leave looking at unique and different business delivery models that may sustain the profession going forward.

Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA attended Cornell University undergraduate and Illinois for his DVM. He worked as an associate for three years before opening his practice. While working full time, he attended University of Redlands for his MBA. Ultimately, he relocated expanded and sold his practice to a consolidator. He has served as President of the Southern California VMA, California VMA and VetPartners, and co-authored with Michael E Gerber “The EMyth Veterinarian – Why Most Veterinary Practices Don’t Work and What to Do About It.” Presently he serves as chair of the AVMA Veterinary Economics Strategy Committee, provides consulting via PAW Consulting. He recently retired as executive director for the Southern California VMA to pursue teaching at Western University and other personal passions.

This webinar is the second in a series of five monthly CE sessions that provide timely advice from experts about what creates a healthy veterinary practice. They are brought to you by Veterinary Medical Association Executives and are free to WSVMA members.

  • November 18 with Dr. Matt Salois and a recap of key take-aways from AVMA’s October business and economic forum (access on-demand recording here)
  • December 16 with Dr. Peter Weinstein on reimagining veterinary practice for the next normal
  • January 20 with Dr. Karen Felsted on her crystal ball for 2022 practice economics
  • February 17 with Dr. Lisa Greenhill on the case for diversity in practice
  • March 17 with Josh Vaisman on finding enjoyment in your work

Click here to register.


Posted December 3, 2021