Safety culture is critical in improving surgical results
Study finds non-technical factors significantly influence quality of patient care
To achieve better results for surgical patients, healthcare facilities tend to focus on technical issues such as surgeons’ skills and OR equipment. However, a non-technical factor, the so-called “safety culture,” might be equally important in delivering high-quality patient care, investigators report in a study published online in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons in advance of print publication.
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