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*New*Controlling, Authenticating, & Documenting Access to Narcotics
MedixSafe
This brief white paper stresses the importance, both administratively and legally, of the different methods for controlling narcotics in your possession. It addressess different types of access control, authenticating user access and documenting who has had access to thenarcotics control cabinet, locker or safe.
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2011 Veterinary Survey
William Blair & Company, LLC
To better understand key trends affecting the animal healthcare industry, William Blair & Company, LLC, conducts an annual survey of veterinary professionals at one of the largest veterinary conferences in the world, the North American Veterinary Conference. This is the 2011 result.
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2010 Veterinary Survey
William Blair & Company, LLC
To better understand key trends affecting the animal healthcare industry, William Blair & Company, LLC, conducts an annual survey of veterinary professionals at one of the largest veterinary conferences in the world, the North American Veterinary Conference. This is the 2010 result.
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A Veterinarian's Guide to Pet Health Insurance
National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues
How pet insurance affects the practice, the client and the patient.
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Guide for US FDA-Regulated Organizations
Veriteq, a Vaisala company
How to avoid and respond to FDA Warning letters--for temperature, humidity and other controlled environments.
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Johne’s Disease Q&A for Goat Owners
The National Johne’s Education Initiative
A question and answer booklet on Johne's disease, a fatal gastrointestinal disease of goats and other ruminants (including cattle, sheep, elk, deer, and bison) that is caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis.
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Neutricks Presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
Neutricks/Quincy Bioscience
Neutricks was introduced to the world's leading Alzheimer's researchers in July, 2011, at the annual Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) in Paris. Results from two studies which demonstrated the cognitive enhancement of Neutricks in aged dogs were presented.
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Pet Insurance: Managing the Process to Promote Quality Medicine
AVMA-Group Health & Life Insurance Trust Programs
With over a dozen different companies offering pet insurance and more employers beginning to offer it as a choice in their employee benefit plans, it is only a matter of time before your practice must make a decision on whether or not to accept and promote pet insurance.
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Preventing Managed Care: Pet’s Best Founder Dr. Jack Stephens Shares His Perspective
Pet's Best
Pet insurance need not take the same route as human health care practices.
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The Value of A Licensed Veterinary Health Product
Vetoquinol
In recent years there has been a marked increase in the availability of veterinaryhealth products, both licensed and unlicensed. Veterinarians must decide which product to prescribe when both forms of a drug exist.
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