Unlike skilled nursing centers, assisted living communities are not required to publicly report antipsychotic data. To track this data for assisted living communities, NCAL has collaborated with the New Jersey Hospital Association’s Patient Safety Organization (PSO). The primary function of a PSO is to allow healthcare providers to report quality and patient safety data without fear of legal discovery.
Therefore, through the National PSO for Assisted Living, NCAL members can electronically submit their performance on clinical performance outcomes (including antipsychotic use) and processes while still protecting themselves from any liability issues as a result of their data.
Learn more or join the PSO today
If your community is not an NCAL member and would like to join the PSO, you can contact your AHCA/NCAL State Affiliate
to learn about joining AHCA/NCAL to be eligible to sign up for the PSO.
DISCLAIMER: The AHCA/NCAL quality programs’ contents, including their goals and standards, represent some preferred practices, but do not represent minimum standards or expected norms for skilled nursing and/or assisted living providers. As always, the provider is responsible for making clinical decisions and providing care that is best for each individual person.