The National Diabetes Inpatient Audit (NaDIA) is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and delivered by the Health and Social Care Information Centre, working with Diabetes UK.
The National Diabetes Inpatient Audit is a snapshot audit of diabetes inpatient care in England. The audit is set out to answer the following questions:
- Did diabetes management minimise the risk of avoidable complications?
- Did harm result from the inpatient stay?
- Was patient experience of the inpatient stay favourable?
- Has the quality of care and patient feedback changed since NaDIA 2010?
The NaDIA was previously funded and managed by NHS Diabetes and formed part of the suite of tools which operates under the sponsorship of the National Diabetes Information Service.
The first NaDIA in 2009 was run as a pilot and was used to raise the awareness of diabetes inpatient care and engaging the clinical community. Feedback from the pilot was utilised to improve the process for the 2010 audit which resulted in 93 per cent of eligible trusts in England participating.
These previous reports are available at the links below on this page