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National Diabetes Foot Care Audit - 2014-2016

Publication date: 00:05 March 08, 2017

Summary

The National Diabetes Foot Care Audit (NDFA) is a continuous audit of diabetic foot disease in England and Wales. The audit enables all diabetes foot care services to measure their performance against NICE clinical guidelines and peer units, and to monitor adverse outcomes for people with diabetes who develop diabetic foot disease. All organisations which provide a diabetic foot ulcer treatment service are eligible for inclusion in the audit.

The audit reports on the following:

Structures: are the nationally recommended care structures in place for the management of diabetic foot disease?

Processes: does the treatment of active diabetic foot disease comply with nationally recommended guidance?

Outcomes: are the outcomes of diabetic foot disease optimised?

The NDFA is part of the National Diabetes Audit programme (NDA). The NDFA is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and delivered by NHS Digital, working with Diabetes UK.

As well as a national report, which provides information about foot care across England and Wales, separate local reports are also available. The comparative local reports show data at service (specialist foot care teams), provider (Trust/Local Health Board), commissioner (Clinical Commissioning Group) and network (Strategic Clinical Network) level.


Coverage

Date Range: 14 July 2014 to 08 April 2016
Geographical coverage: England and Wales
Geographical granularity: Hospital and Community Health Services, Clinical Commissioning Groups

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