HCI conducts a Patient Safety Culture Survey at Galway Hospice Foundation
HCI was delighted to support the Galway Hospice Foundation (GHF) by carrying out a Staff Survey of their Patient Safety Culture. This survey provided GHF with a independent, baseline assessment of their patient safety culture and provided the foundations to support the identification of quality improvement initiatives for patient safety.
HCI utilised the international best practice Staff Survey on Patient Safety Culture developed by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Speaking about the project, Niamh McKeon, Quality and Safety Manager, GHF said:
“Galway Hospice Foundation worked with HCI to carry out a Staff Survey on Patient Safety Culture. The survey process is very straight forward and the results provided us with valuable insight into where we could make tangible improvements to improving our patient safety culture. HCI really impressed us, and I would definitely recommend this survey to other healthcare organisations looking to review their culture of patient safety.”
Fore more information on the project, read the case study here.