Dr. Khare' - The Compiler
DR. MADAN KHARÉ
31 South 2nd Ave Highland Park, NJ 08904
Phone: 732-247-3737 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
He obtained his doctorate in veterinary medicine from AgraUniversity in India, where he was recipient of five gold medals for his scholastic achievement. He also obtained his two-year diploma in Administration (supervisors training) based on University of Illinois Land Grant Outline.
After successfully passing with the highest score in the competitive exam, he obtained his 2 years Masters degree in Veterinary Microbiology from Indian Veterinary Research Institute (Agra University, India).
He taught Microbiology at the College of Veterinary Medicine in Agra, India for one year. Dr. Kharé completed further studies in veterinary medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and Animal Medical Center of New York City.
Dr. Kharé is an AAVSB RACE as well as State of Florida DBPR approved continuing education provider. He is a member of AVMA, and NJVMA and is a practice management consultant.
Dr. Kharé obtained his Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Microbiology from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. He completed his post-doctoral studies at Rutgers in Microbiology. While at RutgersUniversity, he taught undergraduate and graduate courses for five years in Biology, Microbiology, and Mycology. He also served in charge of diagnostic lab and Assistant Coordinator for the NE76 Grant at Rutgers Agriculture Experiment Station. He served as an acting pre-vet student advisor in the Department of Animal Science at RutgersUniversity.
Dr. Kharé was director of the virology lab at NJ State Department of Human Health; was research immunologist at Princeton Diagnostic Lab; and director of research and development in Millsboro, Delaware.
He was a member of the Economic Development and Financial Committee of the Borough of Highland Park. In June 1992, Dr. Kharé received a plaque from Borough of Highland Park for delivering faithful services to the people of Highland Park.
In 1992, NJ Governor Florio appointed Dr. Kharé to the Governor’s Advisory Council for Human Lyme Disease for a four-year term.
He was advisor and consultant to the mayor of mayor of FranklinTownship, NJ.
In 1993 he was presented with a Key to FranklinTownship, New Jersey in recognition of his outstanding community service.
Dr. Kharé was Executive Editor of a weekly newspaper in SomersetCounty (population 55,000), New Jersey, The Somerset Spectator. He was also Publisher and Executive Editor of a 90-100-page international computer magazine, Clarion for Windows Journal. He has also published popular articles in DVM Newsmagazine and Veterinary Economics. He was publisher and editor of a monthly online newsmagazine Highland Park Today; and an online veterinary practice management newsmagazine. He has also been a contributor and speaker on the local radio talk show and seminars.
On March 22, 2001 Dr. Kharé testified against the Bill # A3194 in front of New Jersey Congressional and Consumer Affairs Committee on Regulated Professions.
In February 2002 he was a participant and presenter to the White House Commission on Complimentary and Alternative Human Medicine Policy in WashingtonD.C.
Dr. Kharé has written 2 research theses, over a dozen scientific publications, many popular articles, and over 150 articles and over 50 PowerPoint slide presentations on various aspects of veterinary practice management.
He has been a speaker on how to protect the veterinary practice and the patient medical record at the 2004 North American Veterinary Conference in OrlandoFlorida, the 2004 American Veterinary Dental Forum in Fort WorthTexas, and the 2008 Wild West Veterinary Conference in RenoNevada.
Dr. Kharé is the writer, designer, and developer of “PCVET”, a veterinary practice and medical management software for companion animal veterinary hospitals. He has developed programs suitable for small animal general and specialty practitioners, including specific modules suitable for Dentistry, Holistic, and House Call veterinarians. He also developed programs for Equine and Equine Dental practitioners.
Members of the PCVET Software family (PcvetUsa.com, PcvetSoftware.com, and PcvetEquine.com) are currently being used by practicing veterinarians nationwide.
In addition to working as a veterinary hospital practice management consultant, Dr. Kharé voluntarily assists his colleagues, his clients, and other community members in their personal and professional endeavors.