2014 User Comparative Database Report
Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture
Based on data from 653 U.S. hospitals, the 2014 user comparative database report provides initial results that hospitals can use to compare their patient safety culture to other U.S. hospitals. In addition, the 2014 report presents results showing change over time for 359 hospitals that submitted data more than once. The report consists of a narrative description of the findings and four appendixes, presenting data by hospital characteristics and respondent characteristics for the database hospitals overall and separately for the 359 trending hospitals.
Purpose and Use of This Report
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Survey Administration Statistics
Chapter 3. Characteristics of Participating Hospitals
Chapter 4. Characteristics of Respondents
Chapter 5. Overall Results
Chapter 6. Comparing Your Results
Chapter 7. Trending: Comparing Results Over Time
Chapter 8. What's Next? Action Planning for Improvement
Notes: Description of Data Cleaning and Calculations
List of Tables
List of Charts
Appendixes: Executive Summary
Appendix A: Overall Results by Hospital Characteristics
Appendix B: Overall Results by Respondent Characteristics
Appendix C: Trending Results by Hospital Characteristics
Appendix D: Trending Results by Respondent Characteristics
Managed and prepared by: Westat, Rockville, MD under Contract No. HHSA 290201300003C.
Joann Sorra, Ph.D.
Theresa Famolaro, M.P.S.
Naomi Dyer Yount, Ph.D.
Scott Alan Smith, Ph.D.
Stephen Wilson, M.A.
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