Closing a Practice

Video Jan 04, 2018
Disaster Preparedness for Your Medical Practice
Recent fires, hurricanes, and floods nationwide have highlighted the importance of planning for disasters. Wildfires in California forced several physicians to quickly relocate their practices―some permanently―and to move scheduled procedures to different facilities. Hurricane and flood damage in Texas and Florida left practices without power for days or even weeks. Is your practice prepared for this type of situation?

Dec 13, 2017
Disaster Preparedness for Your Medical Practice
Julie Brightwell, JD, RN, Director, Healthcare System Patient Safety, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management
Recent fires, hurricanes, and floods nationwide have highlighted the importance of planning for disasters. Physicians are critical participants in disaster preparedness, ensuring that patient care and critical services are not interrupted—especially for at-risk individuals who may have special medical needs.

Professional Education
Patient-Physician Relationship: When Does It Begin and When Does It End?
This activity increases understanding of the principles that form a physician-patient relationship and the necessary considerations before terminating a relationship. It also highlights the importance of timely documentation when establishing or ending a physician-patient relationship.
1.25 Credit

Jun 01, 2017
Patient Safety Information for Closing a Practice
Follow these guidelines for emergent or nonemergent practice closures.

Mar 19, 2017
Medical Record Retention
Richard Cahill, JD, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, The Doctors Company.
A number of variables affect the length of time a physician should keep a medical record, such as state and federal laws, medical board and association policies, and the type of record (for example, an adult patient versus a pediatric patient record).

Aug 01, 2014
Medical Records Disposition When Closing a Practice
Susan Shepard, MSN, RN, Director, Patient Safety Education.
The physician or physician group practice is responsible for making appropriate arrangements for the disposition of medical records when a practice closes.

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