AHRQ Hospital & ASC Survey on Patient Safety

We know how busy you are and we know how important safety is to you… so we’ve made it easier to conduct the AHRQ Survey on Patient Safety Culture at your organization.

The Center for Patient Safety (CPS) administers the AHRQ Hospital and ASC Safety Culture Surveys. Dimensions and questions are formulated to gather feedback from your staff about the culture of patient safety in your organization; and our feedback reports provide you with next steps to take in your journey.

CPS works with providers across the continuum of care, but these surveys are specifically designed to interpret the culture of hospitals and ASCs.

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If you’re interested in patient safety for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers, the following additional services may be of interest to you:

PSO Services:
PSO Services for Hospitals & ASCs

Culture Services:
Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program
Just Culture
Second Victim Experience

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Hospitals & ASCs working with CPS
CPS PSO Advisory Committee

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