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Network 7 Goals

To assist the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in meeting Agency goals and in keeping with sound medical practice, the strategic goals of the End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network Program are to improve:

  • The quality and safety of dialysis related services provided for individuals with ESRD
  • The independence, quality of life, and rehabilitation (to the extent possible) of individuals with ESRD through transplantation, use of self-care modalities (e.g., peritoneal dialysis, home hemodialysis), in-center self-care, as medically appropriate, through the end of life
  • Patient perception of care and experience of care, and resolve patient's complaints and grievances
  • Collaboration with providers to ensure achievement of the goals through the most efficient and effective means possible, with recognition of the differences among providers (e.g., independent, hospital-based, member of a group, affiliate of an organization, etc.) and the associated possibilities/capabilities
  • The collection, reliability, timeliness, and use of data to measure processes of care and outcomes; maintain Patient Registry; and to support the ESRD Network Program

About the ESRD Network Program

Under the direction of CMS, the ESRD Network Program consists of a national network of 18 ESRD Networks, responsible for each U.S. state, territory, and the District of Columbia. ESRD Networks service geographic areas based on the number and concentration of ESRD beneficiaries.

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Governance and Compliance

Information about the HSAG ESRD Board of Directors and other Governing Bodies.

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Grievance Process

If you have a concern about the care being provided to you or a family member in a dialysis facility or transplant center, you may call the Network at any time. However, you are encouraged to speak to the facility manager, charge nurse or social worker first. Each facility is required, by the...

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Volunteer for the Network Patient Advisory Committee (PAC)

HSAG: The Florida ESRD Network (Network 7) is looking for patients to help improve the quality of care for ESRD patients by volunteering as a Patient Subject Matter Expert (SME) on our Patient Advisory Committee (PAC).

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Volunteer with the Network

Network 7 is looking for administrators, nephrologists, vascular surgeons, transplant surgeons, nephrology nurses, transplant nurses, social workers, registered dietitians, and patient care technicians from Florida ESRD facilities that are committed to improving the quality and experience of care for ESRD patients.

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Clinical Performance Guidelines and Standards of Care

This document covers the clinical performance guidelines and standards of care for Florida dialysis facilities.

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Contact Us

HSAG: ESRD Network 7 Contact information, including mail, phone, email, and social media presence.

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Annual Reports

A library of Annual Reports for ESRD Network 7

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Network Contacts

Contact list for ESRD Network 7 staff.

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HSAG

ESRD Network 7 | 3000 Bayport Drive, Suite 300 | Tampa, FL 33607 | 813.383.1530

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Do you have a concern or grievance?

You may call the Network at any time at 800.826.3773. Learn more by clicking below.

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