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Using the AHRQ Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture

Webinar, April 20, 2011

A conference call conducted on April 29, 2011, provides users with an overview of the development and use of the survey. In addition, the Oregon Practice-based Research Network shares lessons learned. Results from the 2010 Preliminary Comparative Results are discussed 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.

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Page last reviewed April 2011
Page originally created April 2011
Internet Citation: Using the AHRQ Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture. Content last reviewed April 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.


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