Do You Have a Document Management Plan in Place for Retirement?
Are you contemplating retirement? If so, as a physician with your own medical practice, you have more work to do than the standard corporate office worker than just needs to provide HR a few months’ notice of their impending retirement. There are patients to inform, employees to assist in finding new work, and the contents of your office to deal with. While we’re obviously talking about the office furniture and the medical equipment, unfortunately, that also means the heaps of boxes and jam-packed filing cabinets stuffed with records needs to be tended to.
Does document management really matter when I retire?
Yes, document management for retiring physicians absolutely matters. What would happen if you simply disposed of all those medical records once you locked the doors and your patients needed access to them? You must have a plan in place for document management that both keep these records secure, while still providing easy access in the event an old patient needs copies of their medical records.
What if I don’t have a plan in place already?
If you don’t have a plan put in place already for document management, you should start getting on together! If you’ve got enough on your plate and cannot even contemplate taking on another task on the path to retirement, you can always utilize the help of My Retired Doctor!
Who is My Retired Doctor?
My Retired Doctor is a division of Datafied that provides services for retiring physicians who are closing their medical practices. We offer document management services that include scanning, shredding, and storage. No project is too large or small for us and whether you want to store hundreds of boxes of files, or scan and shred a few boxes at a time over the course of several months, we can work with you to find the optimal solution.
Can My Retired Doctor help with Release of Information as well?
Yes! My Retired Doctor can also serve as your Release of Information provider. Once you retire, we can serve as custodian over the medical records, ensuring that your old patients have access to their medical records when they request them. That means you can retire with peace of mind that your old patients will still be properly cared for!
Contact My Retried Doctor today to create your document management plan for retirement today!
If you are planning to retire and close your medical practice, you need to have a plan in place for document management. It’s never too early to start planning, so reach out to My Retired Doctor today! We will work with you to determine the best course of action for you and your practice. Whether that’s scanning and shredding or storage, we will talk through the options and help you make the choice that makes the most sense for your situation. If you are ready to learn more, contact us today at 877-328-2343!