Webinar: What's in and out in Vet Med? Watch it today!
CareVet Webinars: What's in and out in Vet Med? Watch it today!

You know the saying, “out with the old, in with the new?” Well, it’s safe to say it applies to the Veterinary Industry in 2024. New, innovative technology is entering the scene, the clinical landscape is evolving, and client experience is becoming more important than ever.

So, what’s in and what’s out in Vet Med? We asked CareVet’s experts for their insight and a conversation about what Veterinarians should expect to see more (and less) of in 2024.

During this webinar, they discuss:

  • New and innovative technologies transforming the industry
  • The shifting clinical landscape and emerging trends
  • The growing importance of enhancing client experience
  • Audience questions about Vet Med

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Brandon Thornberry, DVM

Dr. Brandon is from St. Louis, Missouri, and grew up the son of a veterinarian. From his earliest memories, he would always help his dad at his veterinary hospital.

He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia for his undergraduate and veterinary degrees. Following veterinary school, he completed a one-year medical device innovation fellowship. He spent two years as an emergency veterinarian, followed by time spent as a relief veterinarian where he practiced in twenty different hospital settings. He joined CareVet as a clinical operations veterinarian in July 2022. His medical interests include emergency medicine, oncology, and surgery.

Elizabeth Garant, Director of Clinical Operations at CareVet

Elizabeth has over 20 years of experience leading organizational and human performance initiatives, most of which involved working with veterinary practice management groups. She has been with CareVet since 2021 and works closely with veterinary teams to design and implement clinical and leadership training programs that develop people and provide exceptional care to patients and clients. Outside of work, she lives in Denver, CO with her husband and her dog, Cricket.

Emma Ehll, Chief Marketing Officer at CareVet

Emma has been with CareVet since 2019 and works with hospital teams to develop and deploy strategic marketing campaigns, communicate compelling brand stories and deliver excellent client experiences. Prior to CareVet, she worked in human healthcare and supported both B2B and B2C marketing efforts. In her free time, she is pursuing an MBA and enjoys taking her dog, Rocko, on walks in the park (his favorite pastime!).