13 June 2017
The NDA 2016-17 data collection will remain open until Friday 21 July 2017.
Active participation in the NDA is essential in order to maintain and improve the quality of care provided and commissioned for people with diabetes. Your participation in the NDA will enable you to benchmark your performance and identify where you are performing well. This will help improve the quality of care you provide and help improve outcomes for people with diabetes.
The data from the NDA Core Audit are a key component of the National Pregnancy in Diabetes Audit and of the National Diabetes Foot Care Audit. Therefore, participation in the core audit will also impact the data for these two further audits. On a national level, 100 per cent NDA participation will ensure that the NHS has the best possible information on which to base improvement efforts in diabetes. Participating in the audit will support change..
As a reminder:
- All services (other than those on SystmOne) need to register for an NHS Digital data landing account in order to submit their data.Registrationfor this is now.
- GP practices on SystmOne should check that they have ticked the box to say they are ok for their data to be extracted. They can do at any point from now until 10 July. The data will be extracted on 11 July.If practices miss this deadline, they will need to submit via a MiQuest query
- Information on how to submit data for patients seen in Specialist Care is availablehere (PDF, 208 KB). This is not for inpatients as this data is captured by the NaDIA data collection
- All forms and guidance can be accessedhere.
For further information, please firstname.lastname@example.org.