The market for veterinary services is the final piece of the puzzle in connecting the three vertically-related markets comprising the veterinary profession, i.e., the market for veterinary education, the market for veterinarians, and the market for veterinary services. Read the … read more
Continue to explore why the three vertically-related veterinary service markets operate independently and efficiently. This week learn about the market for veterinarians.
Students are still pursuing their dreams and consuming veterinary education. Explore veterinary economics and learn about why and how the market for veterinary education operates both independently and efficiently.
The Partners for Healthy Pets message that annual veterinary visits are as essential as food and love is receiving excellent pickup in the national media. read more
Nearly 5,000 of your colleagues from across the country have enrolled their practices in Partners for Healthy Pets. Have you? Why not join the clinics who are taking advantage of a national initiative designed to improve the health of our … read more
The markets for veterinary services, veterinarians, and veterinary students are three independent but vertically-related markets. Learn about what information is used to help the markets coordinate their supply and demand.
For many years the AVMA has conducted surveys and has provided a tabulation of the data to the veterinary profession. These tabulations provide simple averages of compensation for new veterinarians (Senior Survey) and all veterinarians (Biennial Economic Survey). Using only simple … read more
Thousands of veterinary clinics around the country have joined the Partners for Healthy Pets campaign to spread the word about the importance of annual veterinary visits. We invite you to join them by registering your practice today. It’s free, and … read more
Are shelters offering a growing menu of veterinary services providing a valuable service to underserved communities or competing unfairly with private veterinary practices that don’t have access to the same level of funding and tax breaks? This hotly-debated issue is … read more
Editor’s Note (Jan. 28, 2014): The AVMA employment survey has yet to be distributed. We anticipate that it will be sent in early February. We apologize for any confusion we may have caused. It was a frank and open discussion … read more