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House 1885: Relating to Patient Safety ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1885    GENERAL BILL by Health Care; (CO-SPONSORS) Farkas  (Linked 1ST
ENG/H 1887, Similar CS/CS/1ST ENG/S 1464, Compare 1ST ENG/H 1629, CS/1ST
ENG/S 0702, CS/CS/CS/S 2910)
Patient Safety; creates Fla. Patient Safety Corporation; authorizes
corporation to create not-for-profit corporate subsidiaries; requires
corporation & certain subsidiaries to be subject to public meetings &
records requirements; exempts corporation & certain subsidiaries from
certain provisions re procurement of personal property & services;
requires corporation to seek private-sector funding & apply for grants
for certain purposes, etc. Creates 381.0271. EFFECTIVE DATE:
07/01/2004.
03/29/04 HOUSE Filed; Introduced -HJ 00342
04/12/04 HOUSE Referred to Appropriations -HJ 00474
04/30/04 HOUSE Died in Committee on Appropriations, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare
                  passed, refer to HB 1629 (Ch. 2004-297), CS/SB 702 (Ch.
                  2004-70)


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
H 1885 03/29/2004 Web Page | PDF

Amendments
NO AMENDMENTS AVAILABLE
Bill Analyses
Analysis: Sponsor Format:
h 1885 Health Care PDF


Vote History
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Citations - Statute


0381.0271


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR HOUSE BILL 1885.


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