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Veterinarians Everywhere Are Making More Money by Using Notifly to Cut-down on No-Shows
Date:11/4/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 04, 2013

Veterinarians across the country are increasing their revenue by using Notifly, an innovative web-based appointment reminder platform designed to minimize or eliminate no-shows.

Missed appointments are a serious problem for many veterinary practices. In fact, in an article on the veterinary blog “The Bark,” no-shows ranked near the top of the list of pet peeves common amongst veterinary practices.

“From our research talking to vets, we found that most of them averaged at least one missed appointment a day,” explains Joshua Otten, managing partner with Notifly. “For a veterinary practice it’s very important to maintain a steady flow of daily appointments and those no-shows can add up quickly. This can really impact an individual practice’s bottom-line.”

Most veterinary procedures cost in the region of $100. However rates for some procedures like neutering or spaying can enter into the $500 dollar range. That means that just one no-show a day can add up to from $500 to $2,500 a week. Even on the low end, that means an income loss of about $2,000 a month and potentially, somewhere in the neighborhood of $25,000 or more in lost income annually.

“No-shows really trash our schedule and make other people wait unnecessarily,” adds Dr. Isabel Simmons, practicing vet and Notifly user. “Like a lot of vets, I average one or more no-shows a day. But being a solo practitioner with only a part-time assistant, it’s just not possible to make follow-up calls to the 30 or 40 clients I see on a given day.”

Dr. Simmons’ situation is all too typical. With most vets seeing from 20 to 50 patients a day, individual telephone reminders are just not an option. Beyond that, many pet owners may be unavailable to receive phone calls during the day. Or they may find such calls intrusive.

“Notifly is the result of considerable research, which reveals a startling figure:
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