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In This Episode:
Dr. Stacee and Dr. Caitlin chat with Dr. Shadi Ireifej from VetTriage about how using technology can help you see more patients in a day and help offload some of the workload from your staff.
Listen in to get some great tips you can implement in your practice today!
More Shadi Ireifej from VetTriage:
Shadi J. Ireifej DVM DACVS graduated from the State University of New York at Binghamton where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology (2001, Magna cum laude). He then attended Cornell University where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (2006, DVM).
In 2020, Dr. Ireifej changed gears in his already illustrious career, finding a novel and state-of-the-art means of reaching concerned pet owners and their ill pets worldwide, VetTriage. Dr. Ireifej currently serves as their Chief Medical Officer.
Shadi has been published in scientific and medical journals and enjoys lecturing to a variety of audiences. He is known for being a positive force and energetic force, both professionally and personally.
View Dr. Shadi's full bio HERE
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