Sharing Data Anonymously

SECURE   |  ANONYMOUS   |   FUNCTIONAL

At BBVet, we recognize the veterinary industry is a web of small businesses each operating in a similar fashion.

Our unique ‘Anonymous Data Sharing Platforms’ empower practice owners and managers to confidentially share information.

Participants are assured that their data entries are completely anonymous, with no participant having any knowledge of who has participated or what data another member has contributed.

UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT

How Data Sharing Works

veterinary Your personalized BBVet Private Portal platform is seamlessly generated when your practice manager signs up through our BBVet ‘sign-up form‘ available in the Pricing and Plan tab. This creates your ‘account’ and sets your practice up ready to unlock a realm of veterinary benchmarking potential.

While signing up and gaining portal access are complimentary, the key to unlocking the full scope of our veterinary benchmarking process is a BBVet Subscription. Subscription options can be selected from within your new private portal.

Explore our low-cost and transparent subscription Pricing and Plans.

You are all done! Now you have the ability to access the power of BBVet benchmarking tools. All that is left to do is to simply choose to contribute your clinic’s data for selected surveys and then access the power that awaits.

‘What If’ Analysis

A truly advanced benchmarking tool!

BBVet offers a distinctive feature known as the ‘What If’ Analysis tool. With this useful capability, participants can reflect on potential outcomes if they had responded to a question in a alternative manner. The functionality proves especially valuable in scenarios such as ‘fee setting’. Users can visualize their market position if they had contemplated a higher price, enabling them to perfect business strategies and achieve optimal results. The tool is also widely used in Employee Remunerations benchmarking.

CUSTOMISE YOUR OWN PEER GROUPS

‘Cohort Group’ Analysis

Veterinary practices exhibit diversity, and while practice managers might find satisfaction in comparing their performance to the industry at large, there is greater value in delving into specific cohort groups. These groups can be defined by factors such as practice size, type, state, region, and various other options, providing a more nuanced and insightful perspective.