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Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture Baseline—Remeasurement Comparisons

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A line graph compares baseline and remeasurement scores for 12 safety activities. The two scores follow a similar pattern.

  • Overall perceptions of safety: remeasurement, 60%; baseline, 50%.
  • Frequency of events reported: remeasurement, 50%; baseline, 53%
  • Supervisor manager expectations: remeasurement, 85%; baseline, 70%.
  • Organizational learning: remeasurement, 82%; baseline, 62%.
  • Teamwork within units: remeasurement, 89%; baseline, 72%.
  • Communication openness: remeasurement, 80%; baseline, 70%.
  • Communication about error: remeasurement, 71%; baseline, 69%.
  • Nonpunitive response to error: remeasurement, 32%; baseline, 32%.
  • Staffing: remeasurement, 40%; baseline, 45%
  • Hospital support for patient safety: remeasurement, 85%; baseline, 65%.
  • Teamwork across hospital unit: remeasurement, 53%; baseline, 40%.
  • Hospital handoffs and transitions: remeasurement, 25%; baseline, 25%.

Notes:

Baseline Remeasurement dimension scores for a single hospital


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