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Agency for Health Care Administration

Florida Agency for Health Care Administration is responsible for the administration of the Florida Medicaid program, licensure and regulation of Florida’s health facilities, and for providing information to Floridians about the quality of care they receive.

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Florida Association of Directors of Nursing Administration

The Florida Association of Directors of Nursing Administration/LTC (FADONA/LTC) is a Florida-wide professional association representing nursing administrators who are dedicated to excellence in long-term care nursing administration.

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Florida Health Care Association

FHCA is Florida's first and largest advocacy organization for long-term care providers and the elderly they serve.

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Florida's Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

In the state of Florida, a long-term care ombudsman is a trained volunteer who helps to improve the quality of care and quality of life for residents of long-term care settings like nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and adult family care homes.

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Florida Medical Directors Association

FMDA is the official state affiliate of the American Medical Directors Association and was formed to help medical directors, attending physicians, and other providers practicing in post acute care navigate their way through the continuum of care spectrum.

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Florida Pioneer Network

The Florida Pioneer Network (FPN) is a coalition committed to a person-directed model of care, offering to individuals who live and work throughout long-term care the vision of supportive communities.

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Florida State University College of Medicine

FSU College of Medicine is one of only nine to dedicate an entire department to geriatrics, and to integrate geriatrics throughout the four-year curriculum. It is one of a few that requires students to complete a full rotation in geriatrics.

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LeadingAge Florida

LeadingAge Florida is the only statewide association representing the full continuum of care for seniors. It serves nearly 400 mission-driven communities trusted with providing quality care and promotes practices that support, enable, and empower people to live fully as they age.

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University of South Florida School of Aging Studies

The University of South Florida School of Aging Studies is engaged in extensive research activities concentrated in three areas: Aging and Health; Cognitive Aging and Alzheimer's Disease; and Public Policy and Long-Term Care. The school offers particular emphasis on applied research that is aimed at improving clinical practice, public policy, and the well-being of older adults and their families.

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