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Open to veterinarians and practice managers/administrators!

By: Terence M. O’Neil, CPA, CVA

When:            Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Time:              Registration & Lunch 1 pm | Lecture begins at 2 pm
Location:       Pomme ~ 175 King of Prussia Road ~ Wayne, PA 19087

This engaging seminar from Terry O’Neil – a leader in veterinary practice management – focuses on issues key to the success of a burgeoning hospital. Topics include:

  • Veterinary Hospital Financial Benchmarks: National Trends That Lead to Profitability
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Compiling Your Hospital’s KPIs into an Effective Management Tool
  • Managing Labor and Direct Costs: Stop Chasing the Pennies and Save a Dollar
  • Internal Controls: Protecting Your Hospital from Becoming a Victim
  • Profit Enhancement: Leading Your Team to Improve the Bottom Line

About the Speaker

Terry O’Neil is a licensed CPA, and the partner-in-charge of Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Emerging Business and Veterinary Services Groups.  In over 16 years with the firm, Terry has become a sought-after subject matter expert in business, financial, and tax advice for veterinary practices. He works extensively with the Veterinary Management Group to gather, analyze, and report on data from well over 800 hospitals located in the United States and Canada. In addition, Terry aids clients with tax and strategic planning, forecasting, budgeting, mergers and acquisitions and/or sales of businesses, debt structuring, financing assistance, business valuations, buy-sell agreements, and other business and accounting services. An authority in veterinary practice management and optimizing growth strategies, Terry often speaks at conferences on a variety of emerging business topics, financial benchmarks, and succession planning.






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