CE Credit ADT Webinar

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Date: July 3, 2013
Client: GlobalVetLINK, L.C.
Event: ADT Rule & ICVI Documentation WebinarContinuing Education Credit (CEU) Offered by GlobalVetLINK for ADT Rule & ICVI Documentation Webinar

Ames, Iowa (July 3rd, 2013) GlobalVetLINK (GVL®), the leader in digital solutions for animal health, announces ADT Rule & ICVI Documentation Webinar, which will be offered for Continuing Education Credit (CEU). Throughout the one hour Continuing Education webinar, animal health stakeholders will be educated on the new Animal Disease Traceability rule. In the area of ICVI documentation, Dr. Valerie Ragan will help explain the changes and explore best practices to help animal health professionals efficiently comply to the rule.

Throughout this webinar, Dr. Valerie Ragan will:

  • Educate animal health stakeholders about the ADT Rule in regards to the new ICVI requirements
  • Share what’s new in the ruling and what will have the greatest impact to veterinarians and producers
  • Demonstrate how using electronic document management can minimize the burden of this ruling
  • Show how veterinarians can help producers navigate through certain new requirements.

Dr. Valerie Ragan is director of the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine on the College Park, Maryland campus of the Virginia†Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM). Ragan is responsible for expansion of the Center’s role in the areas of public health and policy, and international veterinary medicine, including increasing opportunities for student engagement in national and international veterinary and animal health organizations involved in public veterinary practice. Dr. Ragan also continues to work around the world on the control and eradication of brucellosis, a major disease of importance in livestock and human health.

To learn more or register to attend this webinar, visit https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8880263187479080448 or

GlobalVetLINK (GVL®) was founded in 2001 and is the nation’s leader in electronic animal health records, providing intuitive online certification solutions that enable animal health practitioners to quickly and accurately create professional health records. Their services embrace both companion and food animal where animal health practitioners and their clients can manage their records at any time and from anywhere with Internet access. The GVL® system uniquely connects veterinarians, animal owners, animal diagnostic laboratories, industry partners, and government officials to improve overall animal wellness and safety. GlobalVetLINK services support animal health practitioners to establish protocols that will help improve their business in all aspects including saving money and time.