Philippe Baralon

Philippe Baralon

DVM, MBA

Phylum, France

Dr. Baralon graduated from the École Nationale Vétérinaire of Toulouse, France in 1984 and went on to study Economics (Master of Economics, Toulouse, 1985) and Business Administration (MBA, HEC-Paris 1990). He founded his own consulting group, Phylum, in 1990 and remains one of its partners to this day, acting primarily as a management consultant for veterinary practices in 26 countries worldwide. His main areas of specialization are strategy, marketing and finance, and he is also involved in training veterinarians and support staff in the field of practice management through lectures and workshop, as well as benchmarking the economics of veterinary medicine in different parts of the world. A prolific author, he has authored more than 50 articles on veterinary practice.

Contribution

Financial strategy to recover from COVID-19

Financial strategy to recover from COVID-19

Unique problems may require unique solutions, but to survive during the COVID-19 pandemic it is necessary for every veterinary practice to take a long hard look at minimizing costs and also to consider ways in which income can be maintained during this difficult time.

COVID-19: intensive financial care

COVID-19: intensive financial care

Key to financial survival during the virus pandemic is having a basic understanding of the economics of veterinary practice, and how income, expenditure and profit are linked to each other.

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