AVMA Economic Meeting Set for Oct. 28

The market for veterinary education, veterinarians and veterinary services will be explained at the AVMA Economic Summit.

The AVMA Economic Summit is designed to provide a greater understanding of the markets for veterinary education, veterinarians and veterinary services.


Registration is underway for the American Veterinary Medical Association’s second annual Economic Summit, which will explore topics such as what veterinarians are earning and why more practices are consolidating.

The all-day meeting will take place Oct. 28 at the Westin O’Hare in suburban Chicago.

Among the speakers will be Michael Dicks, MS, Ph.D., the AVMA’s director of veterinary economics; Jeffrey Klausner, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM, the chief medical officer at Banfield Pet Hospital; and Lisa Greenhill, the associate executive director for institutional research and diversity at the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.

Veterinary compensation, veterinarian supply and demand, the prices charged for veterinary services, and how veterinary markets influence everyday business decisions will be discussed.

The registration cost is $199 until Oct. 6 and $249 afterward.

More information is available at AVMA.org/Events/Symposiums.

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