Intelligent Use of AI: The Opportunities and Requirements Related to the Use of New Technologies in the Practice of Veterinary Medicine – LEAP CE Webinar

Provides up to 2 LEAP CE Credits

When: Wednesday, August 7, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:40 PM (2 CE hrs)

Where: Zoom (registrants will be emailed Zoom login information 3 business days prior to session.)


This two-hour session will cover Four main areas for practitioners:

  1. The Easy to adopt and available AI technologies that Veterinarians can or are using now, and an explanation of the differences between Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Generative AI, and other AI types.
  2. The technologies on the horizon and those which are all “hype” and not likely to be useful or deployed in the next two years
  3. Requirements for usage of AI: current requirements under the practice act related to AI as well as restrictions in other professions that are being implemented.
  4. Future-Proofing your practice: Dr. Jones will discuss how to prepare your practice for AI within the minimum standard of care.


Dr. Duffy Jones, DVM

Dr. M. Duffy Jones, completed his Bachelor of Science degree in biology at the University of Notre Dame and obtained his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine. He then completed an internship at Georgia Veterinary Specialist in 2000. In 2005, he founded Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital located in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Jones is a past president and the current treasurer of the GVMA. He is the co-author of The Business Side of Veterinary Medicine: What Veterinary Schools Do Not Teach You, published in 2017. Dr. Jones founded dvmSuccess in 2019 with a vision of applying his expertise, diverse experience and 21st century technology to the task of upgrading the practice financial advisory service and related services that serve the veterinary market.

Don Riddick, Esq.
Don Riddick, Esq.

Don Riddick is an attorney, former practice owner, and former LVT. He’s published numerous articles on veterinary law, and is the former secretary of the Animal Law Section of the Georgia Bar.  Consulting with veterinarians in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee, he uses a practical and business focused approach to answering questions on compliance with legal requirements of the veterinary profession, client disputes, and business law. Don’s lighthearted examples from two decades in law and a decade running a practice help the time fly with easily remembered examples, like the 99% wolf/1% dog client, the possum-cat, and the chihuahua divorce. Don’s spare time is spent in the field with his two Italian Spinoni and providing meals for horse riding events. He authors the blog “Better Vet Practices” at


Date of RegistrationPremier MembersIndividual Members Non-Members
On or Before August 7Free$50$300

Provides up to 2 LEAP CE Credits (dependent upon full attendance of the webinar and participation)

Come learn all about the use of AI in veterinary medicine!