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CVMA Members Now Save 10% on Practice Solutions from LifeLearn Animal Health

April 8, 2019


A new partnership between LifeLearn Animal Health and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association now entitles CVMA members to a 10% savings on four LifeLearn solutions:

 

  • WebDVM websites, custom-built to rank veterinary practices higher on search engines, attract more pet owners and convert those pet owners into clients.
  • ALLYDVM, the simple and flexible system for veterinary clinics to easily track, schedule and automate appointment reminders, reduce the risk of no-shows and boost clinic profitability. Add ALLYDVM’s optional Loyalty Program to keep clients engaged and returning to your practice.
  • ClientEd, LifeLearn’s trusted online library of over 2,000 pet health articles, written, edited and reviewed by animal health experts to facilitate effective client education in veterinary practices and improve patient outcomes.
  • Sofie, the most advanced veterinary medical search tool available, created by veterinarians for the sole purpose of empowering veterinarians and their teams with faster, easier access to the most current, trusted and credible veterinary medical information. CVMA members can also get a free 30-day trial of Sofie prior to purchase.

Claim your CVMA membership discount today.

For more information about LifeLearn’s suite of customizable online solutions for veterinary practices and animal health organizations, visit lifelearn.com.

About LifeLearn Animal Health

Celebrating 25 years of continuing innovation and excellence, LifeLearn, Inc. provides education and communications products and services to the veterinary profession, animal health organizations, and pet service businesses. LifeLearn’s award-winning competencies in digital media, combined with longstanding veterinary content expertise, have delivered sophisticated offerings to veterinarians to optimize their practices.