We are pleased to announce we have relocated our call center in Birmingham, Alabama. We are still located in Birmingham, but have moved to a larger site that will allow us to grow for years to come. We realize our clients are the main reason for this expansion and want to thank each of you for your continued support. If you are ever in the Birmingham area, please stop by!
JL Morgan & Associates
7057 Meadowlark Drive
Birmingham, AL 35242
Main Line: 205-995-4226
Click Here to Register for our Educational Webinar on September 10, 2015 at 3:00PM CDT (Sponsored by J.L. Morgan & Associates)
Educational session on reducing 30-day readmissions and improving HCAHPS scores at your organization through utilization of our Preventative Care Program.
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Preventative Care Survey Program
The results and statistical findings gathered via the Preventative Care survey continue to provide real time patient information specific to the patient’s condition, compliance with discharge orders, as well as satisfaction with the patient’s perception of the overall inpatient experience. All data ratings are complimented by documentation of the patient’s direct comments. For more information, please click HERE.
Emergency Department Patient Experience of Care (ED PEC)
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released updates regarding their Emergency Department Patient Experiences with Care (ED PEC). We have provided a summary of the highlights of this program and what you can expect. For more information, please click HERE.
AlaHA Presentation – February 2015
J. L. MORGAN & Associates recently presented at the AlaHA Leadership Forum to provide details regarding CAHPS® and how a Preventative Care program can be used to complement these regulated programs. For more information, please click HERE.
Clinical Group CAHPS® Program (CGCAHPS)
J. L. MORGAN & Associates has provided a synopsis of the Clinical Group CAHPS® program (CGCAHPS). This program was designed to capture the patient’s experience in a practice setting. ACO’s and large provider groups are currently participating in these programs, but these are expected to affect smaller practices in the very near future. For more information, please click HERE.