What to Consider When Closing Your Medical Practice

Address these legal and practical issues before shutting the door

Todd A. Rodriguez, JD

Orthopaedic surgeons may decide to close their medical practices for many reasons. Some may elect to sell their practices to hospitals and become hospital employees. Others may have experienced a disability or the unexpected death of a key partner in the practice. Still others may decide that the current regulatory and economic landscape is becoming too burdensome, and some will simply wish to retire.

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