VetPartners endorses NAVC’s Today’s Veterinary Business as a partner publication
VetPartners has signed a multi-year partnership agreement with the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) to publicly endorse Today’s Veterinary Business as a partner publication while collaborating on targeted content.
“As true leaders in the veterinary practice management field, VetPartners will play a crucial role in the advancement of the VMX on-site programming while contributing to our journals on a per issue basis,” said NAVC CEO Thomas Bohn, MBA, CAE. “Our focus is on education and an increased knowledge base for our conference attendees and our expanding reader base. VetPartners’ members are skilled experts in services ranging from accounting to succession planning and taxation law. The ability to bring best practices to our audiences will immediately improve the efficiency and profitability of clinics.”
Starting today, VetPartners members will be featured contributors to the NAVC’s publication Today’s Veterinary Business. Members will also have the opportunity to contribute content to The Fountain Report, NAVC’s aggregation of animal health industry news. The partnership will also provide a VetPartners Community section on VetFolio, an online continuing education platform in conjunction with AAHA, and the prospect to moderate the community and webinars based on subject matter expertise.
“VetPartners is excited to partner with the NAVC to increase the reach and exposure of our highly talented members,” said VetPartners President Bruce Truman. “Ultimately, this partnership will lead to increased knowledge and elevated business practices for the veterinary community as a whole.”
The partnership extends beyond publications and VMX to include the NAVC’s news video platform Spark!. The organizations will collaborate on business- and practice management-centered news segments over the next two years. In July 2018, the Spark! team will attend the VetPartners Mid-Year meeting and record member interviews and the popular Hot Rocks video series. The videos will be accessible throughout the year on a variety of channels for ease of access by members of the veterinary community.
Future plans also include book publishing, development of a practice management certification program in the new NAVC Learning Academy and cross-promotional activities in the form of digital and live events.