FREE, RACE-approved webinar

You may think your veterinary practice is too busy to start something new, but, a phones-ringing-off-the-hook practice can greatly benefit from a solid telemedicine plan. You’re in luck! We outline five steps to make setting up your virtual care program a cinch. In this 30-minute, RACE-approved virtual session, you'll learn techniques to help you tackle the looming telemedicine mountain, and expand your client and patient care capabilities. Jump into the future—that is already here—by understanding how to use telemedicine features to your advantage.

5 To Thrive: Winning with Telemedicine

  • 30 Minutes

  • 1/2 Hour RACE-Approved CE Credit

  • 5 Actionable Tips

After this session, you'll be able to:

  • Create new habits for communicating with clients about their pet’s care, from appointment reminders and prescription refill requests, to virtual lab results and post-op updates

  • Avoid panicking by starting small with a few telemedicine cases, then work your way up to offering virtual care to all your clients

  • Ask for pictures and videos to help flesh out your patient history and aid in a virtual diagnosis-checkk

  • Understand and collect virtual payments for your time well-spent on telemedicine cases

  • Design a marketing plan to highlight your incredible new telemedicine offerings for your clients

Meet Your Instructors

DVM Expert Category: Telemedicine

Dr. Crista Wallis

Dr. Crista Wallis graduated from Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. She co-owns and operates Monticello Animal Hospital in Shawnee, KS, specializing in small animal and exotic animal medicine. She is very excited to join the Vet2Pet team as Telemedicine Coach and brings a great deal of expertise and experience to help our clients on their telemedicine journey. She loves her profession and helping others in the community with the connection to pets. Crista believes that if you put your best self out into the universe, a ripple effect of positive energy will touch all those around you!