The idea of filtering human blood to remove toxins is not new, but applying that concept to veterinary medicine can help save lives. Jeff Barnes of Aimalojic about blood filtering devices for veterinary medicine.
Even though 75% of the workforce has a pet at home, only 2% of those pets are insured. Why such a disparity, and how can we increase the rate of adoption for insurance? Aaron Oaks of United Pet Care to discuss pet benefits.
More and more, creating and maintaining a loving relationship with a pet is becoming the primary reason for many to have one. Janel Young of Nava Pets about the differences between pet parents and pet owners.
Empowering clinic employees to reduce areas of friction can result in a higher-quality medical experience for all. Dr. Beth Davidow of the Veterinary Idealist talks about improving the quality of veterinary medicine.
Mail-in testing became more widespread due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but the method can also be applied to testing for infectious diseases in pets. Edgar Goluch of QSM Diagnostics talks about pseudomonas bacteria testing.