Are You Ready to Retire in Regards to Finances?

Have you started thinking about closing your medical practice and retiring? If so, it’s important to take a step back and review your finances. You need to ensure that you’re in the right place financially to start the process of closing your practice and retiring. Here are a few tips to help you make sure […]

Thinking of Closing Your Medical Practice? Here’s Your To Do List.

Are you thinking about retiring and closing your medical practice? Unlike regular 9 to 5 office jobs that simply require a talk with HR and cleaning out personal items from a desk, retiring physicians who are closing their medical practice face a long to do list. Not only do you have to worry about the […]

Document Management for Retiring Physicians 101: Setting Yourself Up for Retirement

It’s back to school time and that doesn’t just have to apply to kids. My Retired Doctor is here to bring you a refresher course in document management. Here’s Document Management for Retiring Physicians 101: Setting Yourself Up for Retirement for your reading pleasure! Can I simply shred all my records and documents when it […]

How Will You Manage Your Documents after You Retire and Close Your Medical Office?

Are you planning to retire and close your medical practice soon? If so, you need to start thinking about your document management. What will you do with your patient medical records? How will they retain access? Are your plans in adherence to local regulation and laws regarding record retention? These are all questions to consider. […]

Are You Prepared for Closing Your Medical Practice and Retiring?

Are you planning to close your medical practice and retire? If so, there are many things to consider, including financial obligations, mental stimulation, and physical health. Here are a few ways to assess whether or not you are prepared for retirement: Financial Obligations When you are considering retirement the first criteria to assess whether you […]

Let My Retired Doctor Take Your Practice into the Digital Era

You’ve likely heard a lot about Electronic Medical Record systems. If you’re still using paper records, chances are that you see the cost and go scrambling for the hills. You’re about to retire, so why would you shell out the money to go digital? How can you possibly justify the costs? Well, here are four reasons that […]

Simple and Affordable Medical Record Management for Retiring Physicians

If you are thinking of retiring you need to have a solid plan in place for document management when your practice closes. Where are your records being stored? What files can be shredded and which records need to be kept? Should you go digital? Will your patients have access to records after you’ve retired? These […]

Are You Planning Right for Retirement?

Planning financially for retirement is no easy feat for physicians. There are many things to keep in mind in addition to planning to actually close your medical practice. While you focus on the financial aspect of retirement, My Retired Doctor can help with your document management tasks. Carefully Weigh Social Security Options When you are […]

Medical Records – Retention & Disposal Guidelines for Retiring Physicians

If you are planning to retire and close your medical practice in the near future that is fantastic news. However, before you start celebrating there are things that need to be considered. For example, what are you planning to do with the patient files in your office? What Are the General Guidelines for Record Retention […]

Thinking of Retiring and Closing Your Medical Practice? My Retired Doctor Can Help!

Are you thinking about retiring? Do you know what closing your medical practice entails? Truthfully, there are many things that need to be taken into consideration when you are closing your medical practice. You’ll need to let your patients, staff, insurance providers, medical associations and more know your plans to close your practice. In addition, […]