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Mandate for Florida Hospitals and ASCs: Patient Safety Culture Survey (PSCS)

At J.L. Morgan, we understand the complexities of healthcare administration, especially when it comes to regulatory requirements. The upcoming Patient Safety Culture Survey (PSCS) for Florida Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) and Hospitals in 2025 can be a daunting task. We're here to help!


The Importance of the PSCS

The AHCA's PSCS plays a vital role in assessing and improving patient safety culture within ASCs. By participating in the survey, your facility can identify areas for improvement and ultimately enhance the quality of care you provide.


J.L. Morgan: Your PSCS Navigation Guide

While reporting for the PSCS doesn't begin until June 1, 2025, proactive preparation is key. J.L. Morgan offers a range of resources to help your ASC navigate the PSCS process:

Understanding the Rules: We can provide clear explanations and resources to help you grasp the requirements outlined in Rule 59A-35.115, Patient Safety Surveys.

  • Streamlined PSCS Contact Designation: We offer guidance on designating a Patient Safety Officer (PSO) to handle the survey and data submission to the AHCA.

  • Staying Informed: J.L. Morgan will keep you updated throughout 2024. We'll monitor the AHCA's reminder emails (starting February 1st) and share relevant information with you, including key dates and resource links.

  • Resource Exploration: We'll provide access and explanations of the AHCA's PSCS guides and resources, empowering you to understand the survey process comprehensively. Optimizing Your PSCS Experience

  • J.L. Morgan is committed to supporting Florida ASCs and Hospitals in achieving a successful outcome with the 2025 PSCS. By leveraging our resources and expertise, you can ensure a smooth and efficient experience while contributing to a culture of patient safety within your facility.


Contact J.L. Morgan & Associates Today!

We understand that every ASC has unique needs. Let our team assist you in navigating the PSCS process. Contact J.L. Morgan today to discuss your specific requirements and learn more about how we can support your success.


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