Preliminary Comparative Results and Analyses From the Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture

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A conference call conducted on April 29, 2011, provided users with an overview of the development and use of the Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture. This is one of the sets of speaker slides from the call.

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  1. Preliminary Comparative Results and Analyses From the Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture
  2. Objectives
  3. Medical Office SOPS Preliminary Database
  4. Preliminary Results
  5. Preliminary Results
  6. Overall Rating on Patient Safety
  7. Analyses Linking Staff and Medical Office Characteristics With Patient Safety Culture Scores
  8. MO SOPS Analysis Variables
  9. Exploratory Questions
  10. Analysis 1: Staff Position
  11. Analysis 1: Staff Position
  12. Analysis 1: Staff Position—Method
  13. Analysis 1: Staff Position
  14. Analysis 1: Staff Position—Results
  15. Analysis 1: Staff Position—Results
  16. Analysis 1: Staff Position—Results
  17. Analysis 2: Office Size
  18. Analysis 2: Office Size
  19. Analysis 2: Office Size
  20. Analysis 2: Office Size—Results
  21. Analysis 3: Ownership
  22. Analysis 3: Ownership
  23. Analysis 3: Ownership—Results
  24. Analysis 3: Ownership—Results
  25. Analysis 4: Specialty
  26. Analysis 4: Specialty
  27. Analysis 4: Specialty
  28. Analysis 4: Specialty
  29. Analysis 5: HIT Implementation
  30. Analysis 5: HIT Implementation-Method
  31. Analysis 5: HIT Implementation
  32. Analysis 5: HIT Implementation
  33. Analysis 5: HIT Implementation
  34. Conclusions
  35. Conclusions
  36. Questions?
Current as of May 2011
Internet Citation: Preliminary Comparative Results and Analyses From the Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture. May 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/patientsafetyculture/medical-office/2011/dyertacall/dyertacall.html