A legislative-mandated push to find out if health care professionals in Florida trust the hospitals where they work has yet to be put in place three years after it was ordered.
Lawmakers in 2020 passed a bill that required hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to survey their staff members about the places they work and to report the information to the state.
But the information won’t be available until sometime in 2026.
That’s because the Gov. Ron DeSantis administration has been slow to implement the rules necessary to make it happen. And on Monday, a top health care regulator put the
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