FROM the smallest one-person veterinary practice to the largest multidiscipline establishment, there is one issue that rears its head again and again, year in, year out. It is, of course, the provocative subject of fees; that is, how much the profession charges - or should be charging - for its services. In this article, Ewan McNeill explores the concept of a national fee scale, and discusses how it might operate.
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