Veterinarians and their staff seeking to gain valuable insights into state-of-the-art practice management, attend cutting-edge software training classes, and experience the latest veterinary technology solutions can attend the Henry Schein Veterinary Technology Summit which takes place September 3-5, 2014, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Chicago. Registration for this technology-focused industry event remains open through August 31st.
The event is Co-Sponsored by AVImark and ImproMed Practice Management Software Solutions.
Summit keynote speakers, including Andy Roark, DVM, MS; Mark Opperman, CVPM of VMC, Inc.; Wendy S. Meyers of Communication Solutions for Veterinarians Inc.; and Amanda L. Donnelly, DVM, MBA of ALD Veterinary Consulting, will cover topics including effective use of social media, blending old and new tactics for more effective practice marketing, boosting client communication and compliance, enhancing and promoting preventive care, and improving staff management and leadership. In addition, Stanley M. Bergman, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Henry Schein, Inc. and Kevin Vasquez, President and CEO of Henry Schein Animal Health, will discuss key trends impacting the animal health industry. Henry Schein Animal Health is the U.S. animal health business of Henry Schein, Inc. (NASDAQ: HSIC).
"Henry Schein Animal Health is committed to keeping pet owners connected to their veterinarian as their primary source for pet health information, products and services – everything from pet nutrition to wellness programs to veterinary career development," said Chris Dollar, President of Henry Schein Animal Health Practice Solutions. "To help achieve this goal, the Veterinary Technology Summit 2014 is where veterinarians and staff members will have an opportunity to learn how to use tailored technology solutions designed to improve practice efficiency while delivering a high level of clinical care."
Attendees will have access to informative sessions and hands-on training on the latest AVImark and ImproMed practice management software features, designed to boost practice performance and efficiency. Sessions include strategies for going paperless, implementing wellness plans, managing inventory, and more. Up to 28 continuing education credits can be earned at these sessions. To register or receive more information, visit www.VetSummit.com.