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2008 Preliminary Comparative Results: Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture

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Chart 4. Composite-Level Percent Positive Response—Comparative Results (Text Description)

Patient Safety Culture Composites Percent Positive Response
1. Teamwork 84%
2. Patient Care Tracking/Follow-up 78%
3. Organizational Learning 75%
4. Overall Perceptions of Patient Safety and Quality 75%
5. Staff Training 72%
6. Owner/Managing Partner/Leadership Support for Patient Safety 69%
7. Communication about Error 67%
8. Communication Openness 66%
9. Patient Safety and Quality Issues 62%
10. Office Processes and Standardization 61%
11. Information Exchange With Other Settings 55%
12. Work Pressure and Pace 49%

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