Veterinary care specialists often need a single item for a single treatment. But, they can’t get it. They are held up by legal maneuvering, red tape, and the sheer weight and scale of mega system providers that can’t just pinpoint something to a single item.
It’s a frustrating dynamic that has developed in the world of medicine, and one that Nick Bova has sought to repair. His efforts in “Understanding Veterinary Compounding” have resulted in small batch processes. These have helped push quick orders to small vet care specialist networks.
Why major Providers Fail Here
Many of the major providers can’t just send a single item anywhere. There are a few things holding them back. For one, major entities are held up by regulatory associations. There are distribution loopholes that hold them back.
Another is money. Good old money is the root dilemma here, and few can blame mage-corporations. They are ruled by the financial end of things, and that means sending a single item in 12 hours is impractical. There is no outlet for a veterinary care specialist who needs a single item from a major provider. Worse yet, there is no channel to make that heard. A veterinary care specialist could contact customer support? But, they are working in an absurdly complex and large-scale infrastructure where timeliness and speed are not the strengths.
Flexibility in Small Niche Systems
Regulation, a lack of quick channels, and an inferior system for small process ordering all contribute to a network that works well in one way, but not all. This is not to say that Nick Bova is not held to the same regulatory standard. But, there is a different approval process within compound processes and systems. The team is more adept and flexible to accommodate small riders because they specialize in this.
Big companies, on the other hand, are working with orders of thousands across a potentially global scale. There is no refinement to one box, let alone a single item. Remarkably, Nick Bova and his team have found a niche they can prosper it. It helps the world. It helps the business. It helps the animals.