Monthly Archives: April 2017

  1. April 20, 2017

    Physician Office Budgets (Keep Costs Efficient)

    One of the most crucial elements to running a successful business is also one given the least amount of thought: budgeting. The following guide will help you and your office operate on an efficient and balanced budget! Step One:…
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  2. April 20, 2017

    The Five Steps to a Five Star Dentistry Practice

    The task of gaining new patients for any medical practice can seem daunting and even unsurpassable, but with the right factors outlined, it can be a simple and pain-free process that will better your business. 1.) Establish an…
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  3. April 19, 2017

    Are Cats Giving Humans the Flu?

    Flu season is upon us. And while most humans are getting (or should already have) a flu shot, our furry companions are not as lucky. A recent outbreak of flu among cats in a New York City shelter has drawn some attention lately, because it is…
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  4. April 19, 2017

    The Latest in Food Safety: Cold Plasma

    As a food safety professional, providing safe, quality food to your customers is your top priority. While there are many different pieces of the food safety puzzle, cleaning fresh produce before it makes to consumers is a continual challenge.…
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  5. April 19, 2017

    Calibrating Your Food Testing Equiptment

    Calibration may not be the first thing you think of when you are planning your food testing and food analysis strategy, but the fact is that you cannot properly perform food safety measures when you do not know if your…
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  6. April 19, 2017

    The Features of Your Inventory Management Software

    Features to Look for in Your Food Manufacturing Inventory Management Software Inventory management is key to a maintaining safe, quality food manufacturing facility and in this day and age, good inventory management software is…
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  7. April 19, 2017

    Do You Need to Improve Your Food Safety Personnel Training?

    The first time you drove a car, your parents probably didn’t sit you behind the wheel and expect you to know how to safely navigate traffic. Instead, you probably spent time in driver’s ed, learning the rules of the road and building a…
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  8. April 19, 2017

    5 Things You Didn't Know About Allergen Testing for Food Safety

    When you start a discussion about food safety, the first thing many people think of is food-borne illnesses. Keeping consumers safe from pathogens that can pass from humans into the food supply because of lax food safety practices is certainly a…
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  9. April 19, 2017

    What Food Quality Assurance Really Means

    What if every time you opened a brand new container of milk to pour over your morning cereal, you had no idea if it would be fresh or spoiled? Or if you opened up a brand new moldy of potato chips and found them covered in mold? Even worse, what…
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  10. April 12, 2017

    Safety in the Meat Production Industry

    The weekly fish-frys are coming to an end, so as you return to your pepperoni-pizza Fridays, it’s important to be well informed on the quality of the foods you’re consuming. The United States has the highest standard of meat…
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  11. April 12, 2017

    Top 4 Concerns People Have When Choosing a New Vet

    Building a sustainable veterinary practice means working diligently at attracting and retaining new clients. When you focus on those things that are most important to pet owners, you improve your chances of finding this success and building…
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  12. April 12, 2017

    Microbiology Products Every Veterinary Office Should Have

    Veterinary offices offer differing levels of service. Not all offices need to have the full range of equipment and microbiology products required to run every possible test, so it is important to choose those products that will be most helpful to…
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  13. April 12, 2017

    How to Review Your Food Safety Standard Operating Procedures

    Imagine trying to play a game of Monopoly for the first time without the instructions. Or drive a car if you’d never seen it done before. It would be nearly impossible. Rules – or standards – are essential to making sure that everything…
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