Full Name: Tina Brunett
Role in the Smart Flow Team: Implementation Specialist
Time at Smart Flow: 2 Months
Full Name: Tina Brunett
I find that the public often doesn’t know just what it is that veterinary technicians do. Due to this, there are often misconceptions and preconceived notions about what techs are, what we do, and how vital we may, or may not be. Here are my top ten misconceptions about veterinary technicians
When I started my first year of technician school, I had one cat, Sylvester. He was a bit cranky with most people, but he was my cuddle buddy and man substitute and I loved him a lot. I still do, except now he has to share my love with a multitude of broken animals.
Hey all! Over the next few weeks, we're going to be introducing our team here at Smart Flow to you! We're giving you a sneak peak about who's on the other end of the meetings, the emails, the customer support and the conference and implementation crew!
Forms are inevitable in daily veterinary work, and as any paper artifact, they have a lot of cons and only a few pros. Smart Flow brings beautiful digital forms to the game, and we want to hear your opinion!
Flow charts. Flow sheets. Treatment sheets. They go by many different names, but you all know what I’m talking about.
When three highly developed, uniquely designed and extensively connected products come together in once place, magic can happen. Check out the video below to see it for yourself!
Whether you’re a general practice clinic, or a speciality and emergency hospital, you probably have a whiteboard in your clinic.
Maybe it displays cases that you have coming in for surgery that day, or maybe it explains who is in your clinic right now and why, or who is staying overnight. But do you ever forget to update it? Forget to put patients there?
Smart Flow is often used as an addition to another program, such as Ezyvet, eVet, Avimark, RxWorks, etc, rather than as a stand alone. Have you ever wondered why you have both and what they do individually?
Do you ever yell in your clinic? I don’t mean yell at clients, because I know that we all wish we could do that sometimes. I mean yell across the treatment area to ask a fellow tech what needs to get done next. Or yell from your pharmacy to your doctor’s office to see what dose they wanted for the Hydro for the surgery patient. Or yelling to and from reception to see if patients are ready to be billed out or letting the back know that Fluffy’s owner is on line 1. Or even yelling for clarification of what is on the flowsheet because you can’t decipher the handwriting. Chances are this happens a lot in your clinic, if not daily. Wouldn’t it be great if we could change that?