Institutions must keep their user lists up to date to allow for effective reporting. Once on this site, you can submit a report if you are already a registered user. To help you, the Nursing Home Federal Reporting System User Guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to sign up for system access and submit your 2/3/ 5 day reports. If you are having trouble registering or updating your active list, please email FEDREP@ahca.myflorida.com or call 850-412-4504. To register as a new user, click NEW USER? to create your online user agreement, id and password. *For questions regarding state incident reports, click here. The emergency report must be filed as soon as possible and no later than 24 hours after the discovery of the incident. If the events that led to the charge involve abuse or serious bodily harm, they must be reported within two hours of the charge. The five-day report must be filed within 5 business days from the date of the incident. All reports received after this period are considered to be non-compliant with federal rules. Nursing homes are required by the federal government, in particular in section 483.12, CFR, to report and investigate with the Public Authority any allegation of abuse, neglect, exploitation or ill-treatment, including violations of unknown origin and misappropriation of resident property. Please follow the link below to our website to submit your immediate reports / 2 hours and / or 5 days required in accordance with point 483.12 (c) (1) (4).
Let`s save this website in your favorites. Nursing homes must submit a 2-hour/2-hour report and a five-day report to the Health Management Agency. apps.ahca.myflorida.com/NHFedReports/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fNHFedReports. . . . . .