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

2011 User Comparative Database Report

Patient Safety Culture CompositesAverage % Positives.d.Composite % Positive Response
Min10th %ile25th %ileMedian/
50th %ile
75th %ile90th %ileMax
1. Overall Perceptions of Resident Safety86%10.68%39%73%81%88%94%96%100%
2. Feedback and Communication About Incidents84%9.40%52%70%79%85%90%94%99%
3. Supervisor Expectations & Actions Promoting Resident Safety79%10.46%47%65%72%80%86%93%100%
4. Organizational Learning72%13.09%35%53%63%73%81%88%97%
5. Training & Skills71%12.59%34%53%63%72%80%86%96%
6.  Management Support for Resident Safety69%13.53%30%49%59%71%79%84%95%
7. Teamwork64%14.90%23%43%54%65%75%82%94%
8. Compliance With Procedures64%12.37%26%46%55%64%72%79%93%
9. Handoffs61%14.37%14%43%53%62%71%79%94%
10. Communication Openness56%14.89%18%34%46%56%66%75%92%
11. Staffing52%13.87%20%35%42%52%61%69%92%
12. Nonpunitive Response to Mistakes51%12.68%25%35%41%51%60%68%84%

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