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Whether you’re an established mobile vet who is spinning your wheels trying to figure out how to streamline, set boundaries, or let go of toxic clients or you are a brand new prospective house call vet looking to build from scratch, The House Call Vet Academy will help you build, grow, or revamp your house call practice so you can get back to being the skilled, compassionate veterinarian that you are.

Meet Epicur’s Advisory Council: Jan Woods Shares How She Helps Veterinary Practices Better Understand the Value of 503B Manufacturers

Originally published on the Epicur Pharma Blog Page, October 2021 Controlled substances compliance and 503B manufactured products are two areas that create a lot of questions for DVMs. Jan Woods, a veterinary hospital consultant and national speaker with expertise in DEA compliance, state and federal regulations, and clinic and hospital practice management, advises DVMs on how to navigate regulations in their practices. With over 30 years in human and veterinary medicine, Jan understands the challenges facing Read more…

Commonly Ignored Controlled Substance Regulations That Can Increase Your Risk and Cost You Money When Audited by the DEA!

It’s been said and sadly realized all too late that once the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) gets into your practice, it can be difficult getting them out! Here’s a real eye opener, did you know that the average DEA fine is $15,040, per citation? Unfortunately, only one citation is rarely given by the DEA to a Practitioner. Yikes! So, what’s the best way to minimize your biggest risk and keep the DEA out of your practice?

Why Have Veterinary Diagnostics Contracts Become More Complicated? 5 Tips for Navigating These Changing Contracts

Author: Ask Jan Co-Founder, Joseph Campagna Why Have Veterinary Diagnostics Contracts Become More Complicated? 5 Tips for Navigating These Changing Contracts Ten years ago, the veterinary diagnostic landscape was far less complicated from a contracts standpoint. In that time, the number of players in the field have increased, the overlap in products and services has become more mired, and the types of contacts and agreements veterinary practitioners will be asked to sign and changed dramatically. Read more…