Next Survey on Patient Safety Culture Begins April 2nd!

March 6, 2012    |   By: Calevir

Are you ready for AHRQ’s Survey on Patient Safety culture at your location?   Submit your interest form for the April 2nd survey cycle by Thursday, March 8th!

Did you know?   The patient safety culture survey provides feedback on your organization’s communication, teamwork, patient safety, leadership, and staff engagement?   The results can be used to improve your current culture and improve patient satisfaction, reduce liability exposure, improve staff satisfaction, reduce staff turnover, reduce liability insurance, and much more!

The Missouri Center for Patient Safety provides a service to help you easily accomplish the task of conducting this important assessment among your staff.    We’ll help you through every step.   We provide an anonymous, online, survey-taking format and enhanced post-survey reports that will guide you into prompt follow-up and action planning.  Whether you are a department, hospital, medical staff office, or a large system of hospitals and medical staff offices, we’ve got the tools to help you complete the survey process with ease.

Contact us today to find out about our affordable pricing plan.   Additional survey cycles are offered at the beginning of every quarter so you can pick the time frame that works best for you.   The next survey cycles in 2012, will begin July 2nd and October 1st.


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