EMS Safety Culture Survey

We know how important safety is to you… so we’ve made it easy to measure your safety culture with a Safety Culture Assessment designed specifically for EMS.

The Center for Patient Safety (CPS) has the only EMS Culture Survey mirrored off the validated AHRQ Safety Culture Survey. 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 support your journey.

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CPS works with providers across the continuum of care, but this survey is specifically designed to interpret the culture of EMS services.

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UPCOMING CULTURE EVENTS:

FREE WEBINAR – EMS Safety Culture Assessment Webinar
October 11, 2016 at 12PM CST

Culture impacts everything we do. And it’s no different in healthcare organizations. The strongest cultures support employee engagement, promote open communication and the sharing of mistakes. Learn why measuring your culture is so important and how you can do it with the Center’s new EMS culture assessment.
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If you’re interested in patient safety for EMS, the following additional services may be of interest to you:

PSO Services:
PSO Services for EMS organizations

Culture Services:
Second Victim Experience
Just Culture

Find out more about CPS and EMS

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