VCPR - Vet and Patient

Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship

The What, Why, and How of VCPR and its relationship with Telehealth. What is a Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship? Professional veterinarians adhere to the Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics (PVME), which includes the Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR). The VCPR is an established relationship between a veterinarian, owner or producer, and patient or herd. Having a VCPR allows veterinarians…

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Measuring Patient Outcomes for Vets

Tracking and sharing patient outcomes is equally important in veterinary medicine as it is in human medicine. We all benefit from knowing statistics and the likelihood of a positive result when it comes to treatment plans. Having a large pool of data allows doctors to understand patient risks and outcomes better. Initial Research: There are…

Best Tech Start Up in Ames

Exciting news from VetMeasure! This year we were selected as one of Tech Tribune’s Best Tech Startups in Ames. This award is based on several criteria, including revenue potential, leadership team, product traction, and competitive landscape. Yet, achievements like this would not be possible without the work of our dedicated team of engineers, investors, customers…

Veterinary professional with patient using the MeasureON! canine smart harness automatically monitoring a dog's temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, ECG and activity level.

Improving Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR) with MeasureON!

What is the Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship or VCPR?   VCPR is the relationship built between a pet owner, a veterinarian, and the patient or pet. This relationship is founded on trust between the client and the vet and is a high priority of many veterinary practices. There are five main points to the veterinary-client-patient relationship:    How can VetMeasure help improve your VCPR?   …