Thousands of veterinarians use Vetster as their platform of choice for practicing virtually. For some, Vetster has become a primary source of income, for others it supplements in-clinic or locum work. Vetster is the only global veterinary marketplace available that empowers veterinarians to build their virtual practice with a pay-as-you-go fee structure. But let’s unpack that a little. What does it mean to be part of a marketplace?
Marketplaces are digital destinations where consumers can view a wide variety of offerings to make a selection based on their needs. For consumer goods you can think of Amazon or Etsy, in the vacation space Airbnb and VRBO are well known. Vetster is the only veterinary telehealth marketplace in the world. We chose this approach for a few reasons:
“I started practicing telemedicine with Vetster to make veterinary care more accessible and convenient for my clients. I believe virtual care will help the veterinary community meet the needs of the growing number of pet owners while ensuring clinics are used for the most-needed cases and hands-on pet treatments.” - Dr. Rachel Lord, Vetster veterinarian in the UK.
Getting the most out of your experience on the Vetster marketplace starts with setting up a great profile. Our marketplace exists to give pet owners and veterinarians a place to establish connections and build relationships, so we want to set you up for success by providing you with the tools you need.
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Performing and recording thorough and accurate remote physical assessments is vital for all Vetster vets, whether you’re practicing telemedicine or providing general advice and information. Providing highly skilled remote assessments offers several notable benefits for both veterinarians and pet owners.
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The veterinary telehealth landscape is rapidly changing and potential clients are looking for services like yours from a variety of locations. Obtaining licenses from multiple jurisdictions can have a huge impact on the growth of your virtual practice.
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