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Rata Veterinary Surgery upgrades to Eclipse

Rata Veterinary Surgery upgrades to Eclipse

5th October 2020

Rata Veterinary Surgery recently adopted Eclipse software to run its specialist referral service.

Rata are a group of ten Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, assisted by experienced nurses, plus admins, working with a wide range of first opinion small animal practices.

Eclipse is handling the complete working process seamlessly, starting with a referral from the practice seeking a specialist surgeon, complete with an easy-to-use facility for uploading case notes and imaging. This is accessed directly from the ‘Refer-a-Case’ section on Rata's website, enabling surgeons to review cases rapidly in an emergency.

Visit Rata Veterinary's Refer-a-Case page for more details on how to send them a new case.

Bookings for surgery to take place at the referring practice are arranged through Eclipse, and the Mobile app on iPads automatically makes sure Rata's surgeons have all the relevant information with them wherever they are working.

Using Eclipse Mobile on iPads enables surgeons to write and send their reports and complete their billing before they leave the referring practice if they wish. Or, alternatively, they can choose to do this from the comfort of their home office when they get one of those rare spare moments(!), so the entire process is remarkably streamlined.

Business manager, Tim Davies, said, "I am really happy we chose this system. It has made a big difference to the way we are able to work with our clients, and I am more than happy to recommend it to other visiting surgeons."

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Glasgow - new practice opens

Glasgow - new practice opens

15th June 2020

Congratulations to James Risk and colleagues on launching the Glasgow Equine Practice at the UofG Vet School this month.

We are delighted the new 1st opinion practice is starting out the very best way... with Eclipse, of course! Practice management, PACS and Mobile modules are fully configured, enabling Glasgow Equine to work smoothly with clients, whether on the yard or back at the practice.

James Risk - happy to be up & running!

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Exciting new way to receive Rossdales Laboratory reports within Eclipse!

Exciting new way to receive Rossdales Laboratory reports within Eclipse!

1st January 2020

Rossdales Laboratories and Eclipse Veterinary Software are delighted to announce that you can now have your Rossdales Lab reports sent direct to the relevant horse’s history within Eclipse at your practice.

Lab reports will still be emailed to your nominated address as usual, but can now also be automatically added directly to the horse history within your Eclipse practice management system. The Lab report will appear in your Lab report diary.

If, for some reason, any result cannot be matched to the horse, it will be added to the Lab report diary but will be marked clearly “NO ANIMAL LINK”. An alert message is generated to an email address of your choosing* asking you to link it to the correct horse. The result will not be lost.

To take advantage of this brilliantly convenient new service, please contact Eclipse or Rossdales Laboratories to let us know that you would like it set up for your practice?

All you need to do is supply us a valid email address for alerts, and... that’s it!

We will take care of the rest, and the set-up cost will be funded by Rossdales Laboratories

Take advantage of this new development and enjoy automatic filing of your laboratory reports.

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Eclipse sponsors 2020 Rossdales Foal Care course

Eclipse sponsors 2020 Rossdales Foal Care course

8th December 2019

Eclipse are delighted to again be the main sponsor of the 2020 Rossdales Foal Care course, an immensely popular programme designed to provide practical advice for first opinion veterinary clinicians in addition to more detailed discussions for those involved with hospital-based foal care.

Speakers include internationally recognised foal care experts Peter Morresey (Rood & Riddle, Kentucky, USA), Jamie Kopper (Washington State University, USA) and Mathijs Theelen (Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands) together with 7 speakers with specialist expertise from the UK.

Evening trips include a supper and a visit to the award-winning National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art Palace House. The course dinner is hosted at the Jockey Club Rooms, complete with guided tour and a glimpse of a gorgeous painting Eclipse, as he was depicted in the 1760s.

The course is little earlier than usual this year and runs from 8th to 10th January, at the British Racing School just outside Newmarket, and further details are available here:

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