Pandemic technology, post-pandemic

A look at what continues to benefit practices, and what’s next on the horizon

Processing payments can be added to the tasks done in the exam room. Bigstock/Kukota
New technology and innovative solutions flourished during COVID-19, making pet care possible when waiting areas were closed. Now that the worst is seemingly over, is there still a place in veterinary practices for these technologies?
Today, more clinics are repurposing those technologies to improve the overall client experience.
The most-used technologies that emerged during the pandemic seem to be:
1) Exam room checkouts
2) Inventory management and online ordering
3) AI scans
4) Telemedicine
Below is a look at where each of these stands today, with an eye toward the value they bring tomorrow. What other trends and advancements can veterinary practi...


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