Today ezyVet announced that it has been selected as the Veterinary Practice Management software (VPM) provider of choice for NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine, ranked as one of the top veterinary educational programs in North America. Joining the line up with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, who went live with ezyVet in October 2018. ezyVet, a cloud-based Practice Management solution favors automation and integration to achieve better clinical and financial outcomes. This partnership will see ezyVet used by over 400 staff, across 34 clinical services at the NC State Veterinary Hospital, who treat over 35,000 animals annually, bringing the latest technologies to the next generation of Veterinary professionals.

Hadleigh Bognuda, ezyVet CEO and Founder says the team at ezyVet are thrilled to sign on another world leading teaching institution, such as NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. “We have dedicated a lot of effort into developing our software to support the complex and quite different workflows found in a teaching hospital and we look forward to continuing to build its capability with such prestigious partners as NC State. The teaching segment of the market is key to us training the next generation of Veterinary professionals on our platform which is something we are very excited about.”

One of the driving reasons behind the transition to ezyVet is to enhance and improve the client experience, including veterinary clients of their hospitals as well as their internal clients spanning faculty, students, house officers and staff. The NC State Veterinary Hospital’s existing system was developed in the year 2000 for managing the hospital and billing, but most of the patient records were on paper, with the program only accessible in-house and web apps that couldn’t write directly to the patient record. Hospital leadership knew they would need a modern-day VPM to help them train the next generation of skilled, compassionate veterinary health professionals equipped to serve the global community.

Dr. Simon Roe, Professor, Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery, says we needed an VPM that is accessible and improves our workflow management, by having little to no paper and removing the cumbersome tasks that exist today. From our transition to ezyVet we are looking forward to a patient record with robust data that is accessible to the whole team, streamlined scheduling, document management, billing and communications.

“It is important to be open to change. While the old way is comfortable, the introduction of a new tool with lots of new features will likely lead to great improvements.”

The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine and ezyVet look forward to partnering together and with other university hospitals with similar interests to build a robust solution and strengthen its functionality. Dr. Simon Roe says, “One of our main missions is teaching, so having a role for students in the program where they are responsible for gathering data, thinking about that information, developing plans, and being involved in the implementation of those plans is very important.”

About NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine

Ranked fourth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine is a driving force in both animal and human health and a global center of medical excellence.

Our world-leading faculty and clinicians are at the forefront of interdisciplinary biomedical innovation, conducting solution-driven research that defines the interconnections between animal and human health.

Our extensive partnerships with business, industry, and government build a culture of collaboration that helps solve today’s most pressing health challenges. And as the national leader in experiential teaching and learning, we are training the next generation of skilled, compassionate veterinary health professionals equipped to serve the global community.

About ezyVet

ezyVet is a global front-runner in the cloud-based veterinary software market, with offices in Dallas, London and Auckland. 65% of its revenue is currently generated in North America. Its feature set favors automation and integration to help vets be vets and their customers make better business decisions.