2014 Florida Statutes
Presuit notice; investigation; notification of violation of resident’s rights or alleged negligence; claims evaluation procedure; informal discovery; review; settlement offer; mediation.
Availability of facility records for investigation of resident’s rights violations and defenses; penalty.
Certain provisions not applicable to actions under this part.
Statute of limitations.
Punitive damages; pleading; burden of proof.
Punitive damages; limitation.
Quality of Long-Term Care Facility Improvement Trust Fund.
Failure to satisfy a judgment or settlement agreement.
Resident transfer or discharge; requirements and procedures; hearings.
Homes or institutions exempt from the provisions of this part.
License required; fee; disposition.
Minimum standards for clinical laboratory test results and diagnostic X-ray results.
Application for license.
Application for inactive license.
Action by agency against licensee; grounds.
Disclosure of controlling interest.
Quality assurance; early warning system; monitoring; rapid response teams.
Resident grievance procedures.
Confidentiality of records and meetings of risk management and quality assurance committees.
Denial, suspension, revocation of license; administrative fines; procedure; order to increase staffing.
Administration and management of nursing home facilities.
Volunteers in nursing homes.
Patient records; penalties for alteration.
Emergency medication kits; orders not to resuscitate.
Copies of records of care and treatment of resident.
Internal risk management and quality assurance program.
Medicaid “Up-or-Out” Quality of Care Contract Management Program.
Property and personal affairs of residents.
Itemized resident billing, form and content prescribed by the agency.
Bribes, kickbacks, certain solicitations prohibited.
Respite care provided in nursing home facilities.
Patients with Alzheimer’s disease or other related disorders; certain disclosures.
Care for persons with Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders.
Rebates prohibited; penalties.
Liability for Medicaid underpayments and overpayments.
Closing of nursing facility.
Right of entry and inspection.
Availability, distribution, and posting of reports and records.
Licensed nursing home administrator required.
Persons employed as nursing assistants; certification requirement.
Personnel screening requirement.
Rules; evaluation and deficiencies; licensure status.
Review and approval of plans; fees and costs.
Nursing home quality and licensure status; Gold Seal Program.
Prohibited acts; penalties for violations.
Educational program authorized.
Legislative intent; community-based care for the elderly.
Funds received not revenues for purpose of Medicaid program.
Activity relating to unions by nursing home employees.