Dr. Jeff Rothstein
Ann Arbor, MI
Mission Veterinary Partners (MVP)
Dr. Jeff Rothstein, MBA is the Founder and Co-president of Mission Veterinary Partners (MVP). He bought his first veterinary practice within one year of graduating veterinary school and from that built it into a multi-hospital network, The Progressive Pet Animal Hospitals (PPAH) which he merged into MVP in 2017. Dr. Rothstein has been a long-time contributing author to a number of practice management journals. He has served on the Advisory Boards of Veterinary Economics and Veterinary Practice News. He currently is on the Board of Directors of Mission Veterinary Partners and the Professional Animal Wellness Group (PAW). He lives with his family (including 2 dogs and 4 cats), in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he has resided since graduating from Colorado State University, where he received a joint DVM/ MBA degree. On a personal note, he is a long-term avid runner who frequently competes in both running and triathlon events. In addition, he is a big Michigan Wolverines fan, making him unpopular with most of his local veterinary colleagues, who attended Michigan State’s veterinary college
Topic #1: Practice Ownership in The Next Decade; Dead or Alive?
Description: What does the future of veterinary practice ownership look like? The prevailing attitude is that corporate groups will own all or most clinics, partially because most veterinarians are not interested in owning practices anymore. The truth is that a fair number of graduate DVM’s still have an interest in ownership, and opportunities abound.
Topic #2: Own the Exam Room and Slay Medical Notes
Description: Mastering the exam room is the key to a successful veterinary career, and it doesn't just happen on its own. We'll cover 5 Key tools for excelling in the exam room, and also focus on the importance of the Team Exam and Team Utilization. Time is also spent on how to make medical notes manageable and how to leverage practice software to your benefit. End result is these strategies will lead to a healthy work-life balance.
Topic #3: How to Enhance Practice Profitability for a Brighter Tomorrow
Description: Appropriate planning can greatly increase practice profitability. We will focus on planning for profit and see how it increases the day-to-day quality of life for the whole team, and also learn how significantly it impacts practice value.
Topic #4: Starting Your Own Veterinary practice: Good Idea or Bad Idea?
Description: While many think that starting your own veterinary practice is near impossible today, there are those that strongly disagree and want to brave the waters. This presentation goes in-depth and reveals what it takes to successfully start a new practice.
Topic #5: Wellness Plans and Budgetable Care, You Had Me at Yes We can!
Description: This presentation explores the background of Wellness Plans and why even with much hype they have been a failure at many veterinary practices. It then focuses on how to administer them successfully and why having plans available in the future will be very important to practice well-being.
Speaker Fees: Travel Costs Only, Speaker Fee/ Honorarium waived for Student Groups. Often have a sponsor that will cover all costs