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Culture of Safety Surveys Taking the Pulse of Your Organization. Tatum O’Sullivan, RN, MHSA, CPHRM Ambulatory Risk & Patient Safety Manager North Shore Physicians Group firstname.lastname@example.org. Objectives. Purpose of the Survey Options Frequency of Surveys Benefits of Survey
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Tatum O’Sullivan, RN, MHSA, CPHRM
Ambulatory Risk & Patient Safety Manager
North Shore Physicians Group
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Dear Team Member,
As part of our commitment to patient safety and quality, Organization X has partnered with Pascal Metrics Inc. to measure patient safety culture and help us identify and prioritize opportunities to improve our culture of safety. We will conduct the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research (AHRQ) Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety Culture over the next several weeks. The survey will help us understand beliefs and attitudes about safety within our organization.
This survey is of great importance, because an organization's beliefs about safety in the workplace have been shown to prevent errors and injuries. I strongly urge you to complete the short survey.
Your input is important and honesty is critical. The survey will be emailed to you from Pascal Metrics in the upcoming days through the beginning of August. This survey takes approximately eight minutes to complete - and result in reducing patient harm.
Your responses to the questionnaire are completely anonymous and will be processed by Pascal Metrics, an independent, external research company. We will not be provided individual-level results. Pascal will provide a report summarizing overall patterns of responses, which then can be used to assist our organization in strengthening further our patient safety program and processes.
If you should have any questions please don't hesitate to contact our point person: XXXX XXX at 603-442-2244.
Please take a few moments and share your perceptions and thank you for your help - our patient safety depends on it.