Nursing Home Survey on Patient Safety Culture

Table 6-3. Composite-Level Comparative Results for the 2011 Database

Patient Safety Culture Composites Average % Positive s.d. Composite % Positive Response
Min 10th %ile 25th %ile Median/
50th %ile
75th %ile 90th %ile Max
1. Overall Perceptions of Resident Safety 86% 10.68% 39% 73% 81% 88% 94% 96% 100%
2. Feedback and Communication About Incidents 84% 9.40% 52% 70% 79% 85% 90% 94% 99%
3. Supervisor Expectations & Actions Promoting Resident Safety 79% 10.46% 47% 65% 72% 80% 86% 93% 100%
4. Organizational Learning 72% 13.09% 35% 53% 63% 73% 81% 88% 97%
5. Training & Skills 71% 12.59% 34% 53% 63% 72% 80% 86% 96%
6.  Management Support for Resident Safety 69% 13.53% 30% 49% 59% 71% 79% 84% 95%
7. Teamwork 64% 14.90% 23% 43% 54% 65% 75% 82% 94%
8. Compliance With Procedures 64% 12.37% 26% 46% 55% 64% 72% 79% 93%
9. Handoffs 61% 14.37% 14% 43% 53% 62% 71% 79% 94%
10. Communication Openness 56% 14.89% 18% 34% 46% 56% 66% 75% 92%
11. Staffing 52% 13.87% 20% 35% 42% 52% 61% 69% 92%
12. Nonpunitive Response to Mistakes 51% 12.68% 25% 35% 41% 51% 60% 68% 84%

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Internet Citation: Table 6-3. Composite-Level Comparative Results for the 2011 Database. October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/patientsafetyculture/nursing-home/2011/nhsurv11tab6-3.html