This Guide has been organized to provide an overview of the issues physicians must consider when closing a medical practice in DC, Maryland, Virginia. Beforing closing a medical practice, physicians should consider a myriad of important issues, including:
- Notifying patients;
- Properly transferring or storing patient records;
- Obtaining required licenses to sell equipment;
- Properly removing supplies and waste materials;
- Surrendering your licenses; and,
- Revising your insurance portfolio.
Use this Guide to navigate through the complex web of business, regulatory and ethical issues to avoid major issues such as patient abandonment. A vast body of law governs closure of a medical practice and it is important to seek professional advice from a competent attorney knowledgeable about medical practice regulations.
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