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Patient Safety Culture Assesments

As part of its goal to support a culture of patient safety and quality improvement in the nation's health care system, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) sponsored the development of patient safety culture assessment tools for hospitals, nursing homes, ambulatory outpatient medical offices and community pharmacies.


Health care organizations can use these survey assessment tools to:

  • Raise staff awareness about patient safety

  • Diagnose and assess the current status of patient safety culture

  • Identify strengths and areas for patient safety culture improvement

  • Examine trends in patient safety culture change over time

  • Evaluate the cultural impact of patient safety initiatives and interventions

  • Conduct internal and external comparisons

Why these Surveys are Important

These surveys serve as an important part of a facility’s high reliability journey. Providers in all settings can conduct these surveys to get a better understanding of patient safety at their facility, compare their facility with others, and identify steps to improve patient safety at their facility.

How MPRO can Help

With our staff of experienced professionals, MPRO will create a complete, custom-tailored patient safety culture survey for your organization for a modest fee.

Click below to learn how MPRO can assist your facility in implementing these surveys.

For pricing and more information, please fill out the form below.


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