Retire With Peace of Mind.
Let Us Handle:
- Record Storage
- Release of Information
- Scanning & Record Conversion
- Document Shredding
We Manage The Storage And Release Of Your Patients’ Medical Records
About My Retired Doctor
My Retired Doctor is a specialized division of Datafied that focuses on helping doctors with their transition to retirement. For over 25 years, Datafied has been a leading record retrieval and data management company. During this time, we have worked with more than 500,000 doctors and have created strong working relationships with many of them. While working closely with these doctors, we recognized that there was an opportunity to expand upon our services to cater more towards the doctors themselves.
One area that seemed to be consistently problematic for doctors was the process of retiring and closing up their practices. When physicians are preparing to retire, there are many regulations that must be met and steps that must be taken in order for the process to be completed properly. With that in mind, MRD decided to help doctors by coming up with solutions that aid them with this time-consuming and tedious process.
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I’ve had my records stored with MRD for over 5 years and have had zero issues. I highly recommend them!
MRD has handled all of our release of information
requests since the doctor’s retirement. They have exceeded all of our expectations.
Following the unfortunate passing of my father, My Retired Doctor promptly and professionally handled all of his medical records, which made life easier for my sister and me.
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