November 10, 2020
2:00 p.m. EDT
Join Hippo Manager Practice Coach Chris Henning for the next in our “Why Wellness” webinar series to learn more about the importance of wellness plans. We’ll host a conversation with Dr. Andrea Johnson and she’ll share how she incorporates wellness plans her PetVet365 practices.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Hear how Dr. Johnson incorporates wellness plans and the changes she’s experienced that led to healthier pets, happier owners and a healthy practice
- Learn the financial benefits wellness plans created for her practice
- Grow your understanding of how she uses wellness plans to provide more payment options for clients to afford vet care
- See how the integration between Hippo Manager and VCP enables you to easily incorporate wellness into your practice workflow
- Check out the options to tailor plans to the pet, including adding optional services, creating chronic care plans, dental plans, and much more. This is the only solution with a full-featured collections management module to manage the entire process. Best of all for your team, your VCP customer support team makes payment calls on your behalf to rectify payment issues and get your clients back on track.
Veterinarians, practice managers, practice owners, vet techs, veterinary support team, receptionists. This webinar is free, but space limited to foster group discussion and facilitate questions. Please register in advance.
Chris Henning has been in the veterinary field for over 10 years, her specialties including wellness plan implementation, change management, professional development, and customer service. She believes in providing the highest level of medical care to pets and clients, while developing teams to perform at their highest potential. Chris is passionate about helping other veterinary leaders expand their own leadership skills to increase their own team engagement and financial success.
Dr. Andrea Johnson
Andrea grew up a horse nut in Logan, WV, always planning to be an equine veterinarian. In fact, in 5th grade, she had to predict where she would be in the year 2000, and her answer was “Living in Lexington KY, being a veterinarian and breeding quarter horses.” She got two out of the three! She graduated from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 2001. While she never had the opportunity to actually breed quarter horses, there have been some Tennessee Walking Horse babies born at home. The big career change happened in 1999 when in her third year of veterinary school, she got her very first dog; a sweet, stubborn, and dedicated Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Tully. Losing him to cancer at the age of 5 was another lesson that she would pass on to other pet owners on how to deal with heartbreak and loss. She is currently being loved on, and trained by Clark, a Golden Retriever that excels as a therapy dog, and Beasley, a Great Dane that excels at napping.
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