Improving Controlled Drug Efficiencies and Compliance for Vets


Improving Controlled Drug Efficiencies and Compliance for Vets

Webinar for Veterinary Practices

For decades, veterinarians have recorded their controlled drug transactions in paper registers.

Across the veterinary industry, the issues and frustrating processes associated with paper registers are well known and numerous. Issues such as forgotten entries, illegible handwriting, incorrect manual additions and subtractions that all lead to problems with reconciling stock balances followed by significant time spent on investigations to correct these errors.

Additionally, bad processes can mask potential drug misappropriation, fraud or abuse which is an increasing issue in the veterinary profession, especially when viewed in conjunction with the stress and anxiety suffered by many veterinary staff members through the stresses of the job.

These issues are painfully frustrating for the veterinary profession but are easily solvable with an electronic CD register that leads to reduced errors, increased medication compliance and governance, as well as increased efficiencies through integration with veterinary practice software.

During this session, Modeus will explain in detail the benefits of electronic registers as well as demo the Vet S8 software followed by questions/discussion.

If you have questions or concerns that you would like addressed during the session, please forward them to info@independentvetsofaustralia.com.au after you register.


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Jul 27 2021


AEST time
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

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Independent Vets of Australia
1300 83 85 83

Independent Vets of Australia (IVA) provides independent vet clinics with greater purchasing power and a multifaceted collegial foundation to leverage from. IVA wants you to remain independent, to practice how you want to practice whilst having a successful and profitable business.

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  • Hugh McPherson
    Hugh McPherson
    Managing Director, Broad Reach Employee Relations

    In 2009, Hugh founded Broad Reach Employee Relations and has worked with clients on their requirements around compliance, performance and managing risk. In response to the needs of businesses based in Australia and abroad, Hugh included speaking at conferences and delivering training around the APAC region to the firm’s service offering. Hugh has presented on a variety of topics, including preventing and responding to employee harassment, building consistency in HR policies and procedures across multiple countries and approaching enterprise bargaining (managers and employees).

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