Coalition for Connected Veterinary Care

Relationships first. Technology forward.

Technology offers great possibilities for enhancing veterinary patient care – and much of its potential remains unrealized. This presents our profession with a challenge: How can we increase awareness of the benefits of telehealth and encourage more veterinarians to use tools of telehealth in practice?

AVMA believes the answer lies in a collaborative, grassroots approach. That’s why we are a lead partner in the Coalition for Connected Veterinary Care, an alliance of veterinary and animal health organizations united to empower veterinarians to explore and integrate tools of telehealth into their practices in ways that work for them. Why? To better serve patients, clients, veterinary teams, and practices in a variety of ways:

  • Strengthen relationships among practices, clients, and patients
  • Improve continuity in patient care
  • Fully engage technology to advance care
  • Enhance practice efficiency

Working together, the Coalition for Connected Veterinary Care provides advocacy and resources that respect the integrity of the veterinarian-client-patient relationship and support the way veterinarians practice.

Coalition for Connected Veterinary Care logo

Mission: To collaborate across the veterinary and animal health industry to enhance and expand care by leveraging technology, while safeguarding the welfare of animals and people.

Coalition members


American Veterinary Medical Association
American Association of Avian Pathologists
American Association of Bovine Practitioners
American Association of Equine Practitioners
American Association of Swine Veterinarians
National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America
Veterinary Study Groups
American Heartworm Society
Independent Veterinary Practitioners Association


Alaska Veterinary Medical Association
Florida Veterinary Medical Association
Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association
Michigan Veterinary Medical Association
Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association
Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association
Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
Nevada Veterinary Medical Association
North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association
North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association
Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association
South Carolina Association of Veterinarians
Texas Veterinary Medical Association
Vermont Veterinary Medical Association
Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
Washington State Veterinary Medical Association


National Veterinary Associates


Animal Health Institute
Boehringer Ingelheim
Merck Animal Health
Midwest Veterinary Supply



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