Have you been wondering if veterinary medicine can adapt to a work from home model? Spoiler alert…it can.
Work from home in veterinary medicine is so much more than a televisit over Zoom, or a text message sent from a clinic burner phone. Technology is enabling clinics to outsource daily clinical and administrative activities—without sacrificing quality of care. Clinics who have mastered remote work report increased clinic capacity, lower stress for the entire veterinary team, improved staff retention, and increased clinic profitability.
Hear how Summer Burke-Irmiter and Christina Freeman from Adobe Animal Hospital cracked the work-from-home-code 8 years ago, before it was a hot topic.
The Adobe team shares how their clinic started small, offering online chat to streamline communications—and eventually grew into a remote team of 2 full-time veterinarians, and an administrative and technician team of over 24.
Key Talking Points
- Benefits of remote work for employee retention and staff morale
- Why now is the time to start a work from home program
- Simple ways to get started transitioning to remote roles
- Innovative ideas for traditional in-clinic functions that Adobe made remote
- Tips for making veterinarian, technician, and administrative roles work from home
- Tools and resources to enable remote work
- Remote employee engagement and on boarding tips
- What works, and doesn’t work when starting your own remote employment program
- Surprising pet owner engagement stories
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