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30th March 2021

2:00-5:00 PM CDT

Let's Get Digital: Embracing E-Commerce and Other Tools for Your Practice

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Speakers

Get all your questions answered live by internationally renowned experts – right from the comfort of your home!

Adam Christman

DVM, MBA, Chief Veterinary Officer at Fetch dvm360

Fritz Wood

CPA, CFP

Stacee Santi

DVM

Kimberly Pope-Robinson

DVM

Event Schedule

Enjoy FREE high-quality veterinary CE! Grab your favorite beverage and join us for these 4 exciting lectures!

The pre-show countdown begins at 13:30 CDT

Speaker: Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, Chief Veterinary Officer at Fetch dvm360
Social media is the marketing glue between a pet parent and the veterinary hospital. Understanding how to celebrate it, not avoid it, is a powerful effective tool in the veterinary industry. Learn inexpensive strategies to engage with pet owners to help get YOUR message across the right way.
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Speakers: Fritz Wood, CPA, CFP
E-Commerce is imperative. Pet owners have more choices and options than ever before. Falling short of their lofty expectations has never been more dangerous, and today’s (and tomorrow’s) pet owners expect E-Commerce. E-Commerce is now a decades-long megatrend, and dramatically accelerated by the pandemic.
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Speaker: Stacee Santi, DVM
Changing times call for new approaches and tools to stay successful. Delivering exceptional client service and patient care is the goal of every veterinary team. But, let’s be real: Accomplishing this requires effort, focus, and the ability to adapt so you can learn new approaches and use new tools during changing times. During this session you will learn how to incorporate 5 technology “must-haves” that will knock the socks off your clients!
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Speaker: Kimberly Pope-Robinson, DVM
What is Serenity? It is the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled. Something that can be a challenge in a veterinary clinic setting any day, let alone while navigating a worldwide viral pandemic. In working through the increase of stressors and on the fly adjustments these times have presented, serenity is something many teams are longing for. Although we can’t remove the stressors we can provide guidance to support our teams to find a place for their unique serenity during challenging times. During this lecture, specific practical actions will be discussed in which leaders and their team can take to allow for creating a space for their own peace and calm through all the chaos.
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A short break: 16:18-16:23 CDT

Get all your questions answered from our panel of expert speakers in a fully-interactive, live online sessions!
Speaker: Fritz Wood, Drs. Stacee Santi, Adam Christman and Kimberly Pope-Robinson

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Past Events

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Connect, Communicate, Care In The Exam Room. Out Of The Hospital And Everywhere! Embrace Social Media
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Building a Stronger Practice Through E-Commerce
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Using Technology To Deliver A Better Experience For Your Clients And Your Team
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A Practice-Based Approach to Finding Serenity for Yourself and Your Team
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Dealing with Another Doctor’s Mistake: What to Tell the Client
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Setting Yourself Up For Success: Continuous Glucose Monitors And Other Tools
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The K-State Pet Obesity Clinic: COVID Edition
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Fine-tuning the Management of Diabetes Mellitus
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Motivating Staff in a COVID World
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How to convince clients to do ANOTHER diet trial
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Our Shared Future is More Diverse
Than Most of Our Lives
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Outside Of Your Bubble, Now What? (Let’s Pause And Chat: Finding Your Purpose With Courage And Commitment)
Play Video
Making Real
Connections in the Era
of Curbside Care
Play Video
How To Approach Chronic
Diarrhea In Cats
Without Losing Your Mind
Play Video
The Next Chapter: How
Telemedicine is Here To
Stay in the Post-COVID world!
Play Video
Practical Weight
Loss Plans
that Work
Adam Christman
DVM, MBA
Adam Christman, DVM, MBA is the Chief Veterinary Officer at Fetch dvm360. He received his DVM degree from Iowa State University and his MBA degree from Aspen University. He is a social media personality, host of dvm360’s “The Vet Blast Podcast”, host of his YouTube channel, “The Dr. Christman Show”, and co-author of “Honey, Have You Squeezed The Dachshund–A Pet Owner’s Guide to Dogs With Disabilities.”.
Dr. Christman is the professor of his Veterinary Assistant class at his local community college, practices relief work at his animal shelter and various vet hospitals. Dr. Christman believes in the importance of humor, living life to its fullest and loving dachshunds like they are the best thing that ever roamed this earth!
Fritz Wood
CPA, CFP
Fritz owns and operates an animal health consulting practice in Kansas City. He’s focused on the business of veterinary medicine for 30 years, conducting important research on veterinary productivity and attributes of high-performing practices. Fritz is an author, speaker, business consultant, and key opinion leader. He was on the Editorial Advisory Board of Veterinary Economics, Veterinary Team Brief, and Today’s Veterinary Business.
He’s authored dozens of articles related to the business of veterinary medicine and personal finance. He often presents at local, state, regional, national and international veterinary conferences. Fritz holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Business Administration from the University of Kansas (1986). For decades, he was actively licensed as a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner. Fritz is also affiliated with a personal financial planning, investment management, and 401(k) practice, where they help people reach their lifetime goals. His pre-vet experience included nine years as a management consultant with a top global consultancy.
Stacee Santi
DVM
Dr. Stacee Santi is a 1996 DVM graduate from Colorado State University and the founder of Vet2Pet, a technology startup that builds personalized custom apps for veterinary practices. With over 20 years of clinical experience in small animal and emergency practice, Stacee brings an “in the trenches” approach to innovation and solutions for veterinary teams.
She has also spent significant time serving on advisory boards such as NVA, Abaxis, Zoetis and the Veterinary Entrepreneuership Academy. Dr. Santi is currently serving as President of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association. Her company is based out of Durango Colorado where she lives with her husband, 4 horses, 2 dogs, 2 cats and three chickens (Rihanna, J-Lo and Beyonce). In her spare time she enjoys sitting in the recliner with her dogs, re-watching Game of Thrones and creating playlists on Spotify. She also goes to the gym in her spare time but she doesn’t really enjoy that.
Kimberly Pope-Robinson
DVM
Dr. Kimberly Pope-Robinson has served the veterinary field for over 20 years. After graduating from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000, she practiced in both the large and small animal sectors. In 2007 Dr. Pope transitioned from running a veterinary practice to supporting and managing multiple veterinary hospital locations in a leadership position for a corporate veterinary practice.
Drawing from her experience and knowledge in this leadership role Dr. Pope then took a position in the pharmaceutical industry where she specifically worked with veterinary specialists as well as veterinary schools. Her work during this time was focused on helping veterinary specialists develop and grow their practice and providing support and development opportunities to students and faculty at the colleges she worked with.