10 reasons going digital is essential for veterinary practices (it’s not just about COVID-19)

by | Jun 18, 2020 | Blog, Featured | 0 comments

There’s more to the greater demand for digital services than just COVID-19 safety. 
On the Patterson Veterinary blog, we explain 10 reasons why going digital is essential for veterinary practices.

Digital Animal Health with GVL

MyVetLink Animal Owner Account

Provide your clients with an online account for 24/7 access to their certificates and records.

Veterinary Feed
Directives (VFDs)

Maintain compliance, ensure accuracy and manage storage of VFDs.

Rabies Vaccination Certificates

More digital pet health records and documentation in one platform.

Veterinary Prescriptions

Simplify your prescription process and standardize your formatting.

For Sale Documents

Provide an easy-to-use, streamlined solution for intrastate sale documents.

Swine Diagnostic Results and Analysis

Consolidate veterinary diagnostics from multiple labs and analyze the results with robust charting features.

International Pet Movement

Simple international movement of cats and dogs without the worry.

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