Veterinary care has never been a simple task. Through the myriad number of different species to care for and the complex array of different medications required, caring for animals can be quite a dizzying task.
It’s something that Nick Bova, and his team at Bova Compounding, firmly understand so well. Animal care requires precise nuance in how animals are treated, to what degree, and when. It makes for a complex puzzle that a few are even willing to unpack, let alone start to put together.
The Limits of Access
Bova Compounding has potentially resolved the most imposing problem of veterinary care. It is access. Access, or the limits of access, to medication and treatment can seriously deter a specialist’s ability to care for animals.
Some of the limited access is unavoidable or an inevitable component of the industry. For example, it isn’t feasible to have unlimited access to all medicine at all times, given life in the real world of limited resources and non-infinites.
Veterinarians need conscious access to what they most suspect they will need, and even that becomes a problem. Whether justified or not, getting quality access to the right places is its own obstacle- which brings it all back to Bova Compounding.
Bova works in the area of medicinal compounding, or the offering of alternative treatment options when the “main” option is indisposed for one reason or another. Specialty care providers can gain access to tailor-made medicine that fits a very specific purpose. It is provided at the independent and single level, essentially one order at a time. A doctor orders it when they need it, and only then. Bova crafts the proper mixture and medication, and ships it accordingly.
This removes the problem of access off the table. It does not happen all the time. But, when it does, animal lives are at stake. Bova Compounding has remedied the natural issues of access and availability by fulfilling orders at the individual client case level. When all is not well for the animal, compounded medication comes into play and continues treatment. It keeps the ball rolling and it keeps the life of the animal continuing on with more than a fighting chance.