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Update from AVMA AVDA Annual Conference May 1, 2012. W. Ron DeHaven, DVM, MBA CEO and Executive Vice President American Veterinary Medical Association. Overview. Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare AVMA’s 3 E’s Veterinary Demographics FDA Publications.

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Update from avma avda annual conference may 1 2012

Update from AVMAAVDA Annual ConferenceMay 1, 2012

W. Ron DeHaven, DVM, MBA

CEO and Executive Vice President

American Veterinary Medical Association


Overview
Overview

  • Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare

  • AVMA’s 3 E’s

  • Veterinary Demographics

  • FDA Publications



An important issue veterinary visits continue to decline
An Important Issue:Veterinary Visits Continue to Decline

13% drop in average patients per week -DVM, 2009

Negative percent growth in visits for 9 consecutive months- AAHA, 2010

Decline in pet visits for 8 consecutive quarters - VCA Antech

Visits

Dog visits per vet down 21% since 2001 - AVMA, 2006

Cat visits per

vet down 30%

since 2001 - AVMA, 2006

Average number of active clients per FTE down 17% - AAHA, 2010

+50% of vets had fewer patient visits during 2010 vs. 2009

- NCVEI, 2010


A long term trend
A Long-term Trend

Started almost a decade ago.

Started before the current economic downturn.

Source: Bayer Veterinary Care Usage Study, 2011.


The health of our nation s pets is at risk
The Health of Our Nation’s Pets Is at Risk

Source: Banfield Pet Hospital. State of Pet Health, 2011


Partnership for preventive pet healthcare
Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare™

Our mission:

To ensure that pets receive the preventive healthcare they deserve through regular visits to a veterinarian

Our vision:

To improve the overall health of our pets



Overall plan of action
Overall Plan of Action Healthcare™

  • A multi-year initiative to:

    • Promote, engage, and support the veterinary profession

    • Drive pet owner awareness of the value of preventive healthcare


Partnership objectives
Partnership Objectives Healthcare™

  • Address the increasing prevalence of preventable diseases and the declining health of our nation’s pets

  • Enhance pet owners’ perceived value of preventive veterinary care

  • Ensure regular veterinary visits become the norm

  • Increase the understanding of the veterinarian’s central role in the health and happiness of pets

  • Make increasing preventive healthcare of cats a priority


Overall plan of action1
Overall Plan of Action Healthcare™

2012

2013

2011

Continue to communicate issue and call-to-action

Announcedat AVMA

Convention

Widely disseminate guidelinesto profession and help ensureadoption into everyday practice

IntroduceNew

Guidelines

Broadly execute educationalinitiatives, provide practice tools,and track overall adoption

Begin building pet ownerawareness and engagementvia consumer-directed initiatives


Aaha avma canine preventive healthcare guidelines
AAHA-AVMA Canine Preventive Healthcare™Healthcare Guidelines


Aaha avma feline preventive healthcare guidelines
AAHA-AVMA Feline Preventive Healthcare™Healthcare Guidelines


2011 key research
2011 Key Research Healthcare™

Research centered on identifying insights into the opinions of veterinary professionals and pet owners

Three key research tracks completed

  • Benchmarking Study

  • Psych Probes In-depth Interviews

  • Behavior Change Task Force

    The research findings:

  • The foundation for communication messages


Benchmarking research
Benchmarking Research Healthcare™

Key Learnings:

  • Veterinarians recognize that there is a problem with the profession!

    • Self-positivity bias – it is a problem for “the profession” and not as much with “my” practice

    • Most believe that the causes are beyond their control

    • Veterinarians see room to improve communicating the importance of preventive pet healthcare to clients

    • They feel preventive pet healthcare is very important but are not sure pet owners feel the same

    • The Partnership is perceived as valuable and veterinarians are supportive of it


Overall benchmarking conclusions
Overall Benchmarking Conclusions Healthcare™

Based on preliminary findings of Benchmarking Survey 9/29/11


Psych probes research
Psych Probes Research Healthcare™

Key Learnings:

  • Veterinarians have a strong need for relationships with animals

  • The relationship between pet owner and veterinarian is most often based on transactions

    • More about vaccines, heartworm, and acute care

    • Less about communications, relationships, and “lifetime” plan

  • Veterinarians have trouble conveying the “ask’”

    • They fall short in clearly explaining what preventive care means

    • A difficult economy has made this even more challenging

  • Veterinarians fear loss of control


Psych probes research1
Psych Probes Research Healthcare™

The Partnership is seen as a collaborative ally to strengthen the bond between

veterinary healthcare team & pet owner


Behavior change task force
Behavior Change Task Force Healthcare™

Key Learnings:

  • Decision to change requires self-realization (acknowledgement that there is a problem)

  • Behavior change occurs gradually along a continuum

    • Pre-Contemplative: Aware of a problem but not even thinking about making a change

    • Contemplative: Conclusion that change should be made; may act within 6 months

    • Readiness: Commit to take action in the next 30 days


Driving the continuum of behavior change
Driving the Continuum of Healthcare™Behavior Change

Contemplative

Readiness

Pre-Contemplative

Stages

Awareness Building

Behavioral Change

Engagement

Strategies

  • Speakers Bureau/KOL Strategy

  • PR Tactics

  • Member Sales Forces

  • The Opportunity recruitment “noise”

  • Tools Availability

  • Case Studies

  • Success Stories from The Opportunity

  • The Opportunity Diagnostic Gap Analysis  Follow up Action Plan

Supporting

Strategies

& Tactics

Professional Ad Campaign

Burning Platform Messages


2012 plans awareness
2012 Plans: Healthcare™Awareness

Primary Tactics

  • Speakers Bureau and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs)

    • Speakers at national &regional meetings and state VMA meetings

    • Public relations opportunities utilizing KOLs

  • Monthly newsletter pieces for state and allied veterinary organizations

    • Distributions through ASVMAE and other Partnership Members

  • Involve state and allied association leadership

    • “Meeting in a Box”

  • Utilization of Member sales forces

    • Opportunities to be developed in concert with the Marketing Committee

  • CVM Strategy Committee


  • 2012 plans engagement
    2012 Plans: Healthcare™Engagement

    The Opportunity

    Hypothesis: Behavior change requires self identification and acceptance of areas that need to be addressed.

    Pet Owner Survey of Practice

    Staff Survey of Practice

    Similar Lineof Questioning

    Opportunity

    Assessment

    Areas

    to Address

    ActionPlan


    The opportunity sample question
    The Opportunity: Healthcare™Sample Question

    Veterinarian and Staff Survey

    Pet Owner Survey

    • 1. How often do you take your pet to the veterinarian for routine checkups/preventive care (i.e., OTHER THAN when your pet is sick)?

    • Every 6 months

    • At least once a year

    • At least every 2 years

    • At least once every 3-4 years

    • Never; I only take my pet to see the vet when my pet is sick

    • 1. On average, how often do you think pet owners bring their pets to your practice for routine checkups/preventive care (i.e., OTHER THAN when the pet is sick)?

    • Every 6 months

    • At least once a year

    • At least every 2 years

    • At least once every 3-4 years

    • Never; pet owners bring in their pets only when sick


    Diagnostic tool ratings and gap analysis
    Diagnostic Tool, Ratings and Gap Analysis Healthcare™

    Pet Owner

    Rating of Vet

    Vet Self-

    Rating

    The

    Opportunity

    Diagnostic Tool

    -2

    2

    4

    Tools

    3

    0

    3

    1

    4

    -3

    4

    3

    +1

    Example purposes only

    1-5 ScalePoor to Excellent


    2012 plans the opportunity
    2012 Plans: Healthcare™“The Opportunity”


    2012 plans engagement1
    2012 Plans: Healthcare™Engagement

    Drive Availability of Key Tools

    Develop, Repurpose, or Co-Promote

    • Implementing the guidelines

    • Communicating value & benefits of preventive healthcare

    • Use of internet & social media as practice marketing tools

    • Preventive healthcare payment programs

    • Feline friendly practices


    2012 plans consumer awareness
    2012 Plans: Healthcare™Consumer Awareness

    General Objectives

    • The Partnership’s plans include a consumer awareness campaign to drive client visits

    • Strong sense that consumer campaign should follow practice changes in order to optimize the client visits

    • Subject to on-going review, 2012 consumer effort will be limited to:

      • Message development and testing

      • “Soft” launch via web and social media

  • Major consumer effort to occur in 2013


  • Partnership website
    Partnership website Healthcare™

    www.pethealthpartnership.org


    The tool box
    The “Tool Box” Healthcare™


    Partnership Branding Healthcare™

    The Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare

    The Company

    Partners for Healthy Pets

    The Brand


    The partnership an unprecedented opportunity for the profession
    The Partnership: An Unprecedented Opportunity for the Profession

    • The profession has never before had such a broad coalition of associations and industry

    • We have never before had this level of resources

      • 2011 Contributions: $1.5 million

      • 2012 Commitments: $2.5 million

      • Projected 2013 Commitments: >$3.5 million

    • Total Projected 3 Year Total Resources: $7+ million

      Nevertheless…..


    The partnership an unprecedented opportunity for the profession1
    The Partnership: An Unprecedented Opportunity for the Profession

    This effort will not succeed without the engagement of the profession and the practice veterinary healthcare team

    • As a profession, we are not maximizing the health of our pets.

    • We are not effectively communicating to our clients the value of preventive care


    An Important Mission. A Powerful Partnership. Profession

    Be Part of It!

    [INSERT LOGO]




    Annaliese Profession


    Avma s 3 e s
    AVMA’s 3 E’s Profession

    • Economics

    • Education

    • Engagement of members


    Economics
    Economics Profession

    • Workforce Issues

    • Practice Profitability


    Retail competition
    Retail Competition Profession



    Avma economic actions
    AVMA Economic Actions Profession

    • Veterinary Economic Strategy Committee

    • Economics Division (AVMA Staff)

    • $5 million reserve fund

    • Economic Strategic Goal Teams

      • Workforce Issues

      • Practice Profitability

        • The Partnership

        • MyVeterinarian.com


    Veterinary education
    Veterinary Education Profession

    • Collaboration with AAVMC

    • 3 Focal Areas

      • Workforce Study

      • Student Debt

      • Employer Expectations


    Veterinary demographics

    Veterinary ProfessionDemographics


    Employment type membership data 12 31 11
    Employment Type Profession(Membership Data 12/31/11)


    Actively employed us veterinarians
    Actively Employed ProfessionUS Veterinarians

    92,547 Active Employed US Veterinarians


    Age Profession

    92,547 Active Employed US Veterinarians

    Mean Age: 46.9

    Male: 51.9

    Female: 42.4


    Veterinary students 28 us veterinary colleges
    Veterinary Students Profession28 US Veterinary Colleges


    Recent fda publications

    Recent ProfessionFDA Publications


    3 fda documents
    3 FDA Documents Profession

    • Judicious Use of Medically Important Antimicrobials in Food Animals

      • Final Guidance (GFI 209)

    • Voluntary Removal of Antimicrobials for Production Purposes

      • Draft Guidance (GFI 213)

    • Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD)

      • Draft Text for Proposed Rule


    Questions

    Questions? Profession


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