Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture
Medical Office Survey Toolkit
- Medical Office Survey—English (PDF, 313 KB; MS Word, 224 KB)
- Medical Office Survey—Spanish (PDF, 231.7 KB; MS Word, 213 KB)
Survey Items and Composite Measures
- Medical Office Items and Composites—English (PDF, 208 KB)
- Medical Office Items and Composites—Spanish (PDF, 244 KB)
Learn more about SOPS-approved supplemental item sets for the Medical Office Survey.
Survey User's Guide
The User's Guide discusses issues and major decisions involved in conducting a survey and reporting the results. The Guide includes information on getting started, selecting a sample, determining data collection methods, establishing data collection procedures, conducting a Web-based survey, and preparing and analyzing data, and producing reports.
- Medical Office Survey User's Guide (PDF, 1.15 MB).
Action Planning Tool (PDF, 368.7 KB; Word, 111.77 KB)
The Action Planning Tool assists users of the AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture to develop an action plan for improving patient safety culture in their organizations.
This research reference list provides citations for published articles using AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture. It includes references on the use of the surveys; psychometric analyses; analyses linking the survey to outcome data; reviews of instruments; and international studies.
This Webcast provides highlights from the 2014 Medical Office User Database Report. Speakers presented their organizations' have use of the AHRQ Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture and interventions to improve their patient safety culture.
This Webcast provides an overview of the development and use of the survey. The Oregon Practice-based Research Network shared lessons learned. Westat discussed results from the 2010 Preliminary Results as well as new analyses of patient safety culture perceptions between physicians and other medical office staff, and how medical office characteristics like size, ownership, specialty, and Health Information Technology (Health IT) implementation affect the survey results.
Page originally created August 2013