CPS Rolls Out Long-Term Care Safety Culture Survey

September 6, 2013    |   By: Calevir

As long-term care providers move headlong into one kind of culture change, along comes Safety Culture.  Is there a tool to measure it and help define it-a Safety Culture version of the Artifacts of Culture Change?   Yes, there is.   It’s the Survey of Patient Safety Culture from the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research (AHRQ).   And Missouri licensed long-term care providers can administer it simply and at no cost through the Center for Patient Safety (CPS).   Learn more about the survey process and how to sign up here.

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