Simplified, Automated Weight Tracking with VetSnap

Simplified, Automated Weight Tracking with VetSnap

We’re excited to announce a leap forward in simplifying and improving your DEA compliance, with VetSnap’s latest new weight tracking feature. According to June 2020’s AAHA article “Maximize efficiency with a weight protocol for controlled substances” by DEA expert Jack Teitelman, CEO of Titan Group, weighing drugs helps “save you from doing convoluted math when […]

How does VetSnap comply to federal regulations for controlled drug logging?

How does VetSnap comply to federal regulations for controlled drug logging?

VetSnap is compliant to federal regulations for controlled drug log record keeping:   https://www.ecfr.gov/current/title-21/chapter-II/part-1304/subject-group-ECFR64b4002fc681198/section-1304.04   Specifically within Title 21 Chapter II Part 1304 General Information section 1304.04, paragraph C gives veterinary hospitals permission such that “Registrants need not notify the Special Agent in Charge or obtain central recordkeeping approval in order to maintain records on […]

VetSnap ezyVet integration

VetSnap ezyVet integration

Thanks to a new partnership between digital controlled drug log software provider, VetSnap, and modern-day veterinary software provider, ezyVet, veterinary practices now have a solution to help them digitize their controlled substance record keeping, reconciliation, and inventory management.   The integration between the two companies allows ezyVet customers to leverage their practice management software information, and […]

Veterinary Innovation Podcast with VetSnap’s Yang Shi

Veterinary Innovation Podcast

Check out our Veterinary Innovation Podcast to learn about our journey and what motivates VetSnappers to continue to innovate and generate impact for our veterinary hospitals. “Many veterinary hospitals struggle with tracking inventory, which means that tracking and logging use of controlled substances – something that is necessary to remain compliant – can be difficult. How might […]