January 6, 2020

The decision to close your medical practice is often stressful in and of itself. But that stress is compounded when physicians are confronted with the thousands of patient medical records they have to handle when winding down their practices. In an article for Healthcare Business Today, Jonna Eimer, principal in the firm's Health Care group, discusses retention of medical records and what obligations physicians and practices have to maintain patient records if the closure does not involve the transfer of the records to another entity.

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