Streamline Your Patient Safety Culture Survey!

October 31, 2011    |   By: Calevir

Do you Want to Streamline your Patient Safety Culture Survey?

Using AHRQ’s standardized test questions and format, the Missouri Center for Patient Safety has developed a convenient, online environment for your staff to anonymously take the survey on a computer at work, at home, or in the local coffee shop – anywhere they feel comfortable providing honest feedback about your safety culture.

This MOCPS service provides access to the on-line survey environment, and a diagnostic tool providing you with valuable feedback reports to assist you in making improvements. We know how many pressures are currently put upon you, and we know the importance of safety for your patients and staff, so we have developed these services to streamline this activity for you.

Our solution gets rid of the paperwork, so no more hand tabulating results, and no more guessing which area you should focus on first!   Following the survey, we’ll provide you with the specific details you need to get started on action planning sooner and more efficiently, and implement changes faster and more strategically – it’s that easy!

Contact us today to learn about the MOCPS advantage and find out more about our survey processing services!

Read more about the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety.

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