SOUTH SAINT PAUL, MN – (October 27, 2020) – Veterinary Hospitals Association (VHA), the leading association for veterinary practices in the Midwest, has announced a new partnership with Virtuwoof.
Virtuwoof is a mobile and web platform that enables veterinarians to offer telemedicine visits with their clients. Virtuwoof offers clinics an opportunity to improve patient outcomes, diagnose and treat more patients, increase revenue, and grow their practice, all from the safety of their home or clinic.
“Due to the global pandemic, businesses all over the world have had to pivot and adapt quickly to new ways of doing business,” explained Jeff Benson, Executive Director of VHA. “We are excited to partner with a local company like Virtuwoof, who provides an amazing solution to help support veterinary clinics continue to care for their patients while keeping their staff and clients safe.”
"Telemedicine offers a wonderful opportunity for clinics to start generating practice revenue from their time and expertise, which has historically been given away for free," said Allison Boerum, CEO of Virtuwoof. "Virtuwoof is excited to partner with VHA and empower more clinics to offer flexible, virtual care options to their clients, streamline customer communication to free up phone lines, and efficiently manage curbside appointments."
As part of this agreement, VHA members will receive member-only pricing.
About Veterinary Hospitals Association
Veterinary Hospitals Association (VHA) was established in 1984 and is a not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting veterinary professionals and practices by offering solutions that enable them to grow, learn, and succeed. VHA currently serves over 440 member veterinary practices in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota. Follow VHA on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.