King faisal specialist hospital & research centre engages health matrix and synensis to deploy safety culture analytics engine

April 29, 2015 by

RIYADH, ATLANTA – 29th April 2015 –King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (KFSH&RC), a leading tertiary healthcare institution in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has chosen Health Matrix and Synensis to conduct and supply actionable and valid patient safety culture measurements to further enhance KFSH&RC’s ongoing commitment to improving patient safety culture within its facilities.

The engagement will provide actionable and valid information, feedback, and analysis to further enhance KFSH&RC’s ongoing commitment to improving patient safety culture.

Hassan AlRayes, MD, Chief Quality Officer of King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre commented, “Our partnership with Synensis-Health Matrix will provide an impartial assessment of our culture enriched with advanced analysis and industry-leading approach to ensure the success of KFSH&RC efforts to improve the patient safety culture.”

Health Matrix and Synensis will be tasked with assisting KFSH&RC in its culture survey design, administration of the survey, response monitoring, results analysis, benchmarking, and patient safety improvement initiatives. Synensis’s Safety Culture Analytics Engine includes the following activities:

   Survey Planning and Design

    Survey Administration

   Survey Analysis and Benchmarking

    Reports and On Sites Debriefs

    Improvement Actions and Progress

“We are delighted to be chosen for such an important assignment,” said Stephen Powell, chief executive officer and president of Synensis. “This is a further demonstration of KFSH&RC’s serious and ongoing commitment to improving patient safety across all its facilities, and we are honored to be part of their effort.”

Abdul Rahman Qasim, Chief Executive Officer at Health Matrix concluded, “We are proud to partner with KFSH&RC to provide world-class surveying and analytics to facilitate KFSH&RC’s better understanding of the issues facing them when it comes to enhancing activities revolving around improving patient safety culture.”


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