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National Diabetes Footcare Audit (NDFA): GDPR information
Why and how we process your data in the National Diabetes Footcare Audit (NDFA) system and your rights.
|How we use the information (processing activities)||Collection of information on care, treatment and outcomes for patients with diabetic foot ulcers in order to improve care.|
|Does this contain sensitive (special category) data such as health information?||No|
|Who are recipients of this data?||
|Is data transferred outside the UK?||No|
|How long the data is kept||8 years minimum from no longer required|
|Our lawful basis for holding this data||Legal obligation|
|How can you withdraw your consent?||
Consent not the basis for processing
|Is the data subject to decisions made solely by computers? (automated decision making)||No|
|Where does this data come from?||NHS Trusts via the Clinical Audit Platform (CAP)|
|The legal basis for collecting this data||
Legal obligation (Direction)
Where NHS Digital uses this data
The National Diabetes Footcare Audit (NDFA) enables all diabetes footcare 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.