Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

NADC Overview Feb 2018


Published on

NADC Overview Feb 2018

Published in: Health & Medicine
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

NADC Overview Feb 2018

  1. 1. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DIABETES CENTRES Promoting excellence in diabetes care
  2. 2. Improving the ability of Australian diabetes services to deliver better health outcomes for people with, or at risk of developing diabetes
  3. 3. National collective of Diabetes Centres established in 1994. Promotes mechanisms for improving the standard of care available to people with, or at risk of diabetes through diabetes centres and Promoting excellence in diabetes care What is the NADC?
  4. 4. Collaboration and Education Leadership, Policy and Direction Sustainability Quality Improvement and Benchmarking • Promote the flow of information and collaboration between diabetes services • Link service providers • Pool diabetes information data • Improve standards, methods and models of diabetes care • Assist NADC member centres to maintain standards as centres of excellence Aims of the NADC
  5. 5. • Membership with NADC is open to any group of healthcare professionals who have an active involvement in diabetes care, are committed to the goals and objectives of the NADC and to monitoring the outcomes of their services. • The NADC is there to support all organisations and health care professionals providing diabetes care and services. • Membership is organisation based not individual based (unlike RACGP & ADS). • To become a member, apply online at Who is the NADC for?
  6. 6. Key Focus Areas • Membership • Mapping of services • Member resources • ANDA • Accreditation • National Diabetes Care Course • BPDC • ADATS • Pharmacies • Foot Network • App
  7. 7. Structure of the NADC
  8. 8. There are currently over 120 NADC services across Australia 2015 2016 2017 Current membership and a list of accredited centres can be found on the NADC website at NADC Membership 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Number of NADC Centres
  9. 9. Where are we?
  10. 10. NADC Membership There are six types of NADC member centres 1. Centres of Excellence 2. Tertiary Care Diabetes Services Centres 3. Secondary Care Diabetes Services 4. Primary Care Diabetes Services 5. Pharmacy Diabetes Services 6. Network Members Information about each level of membership can be found at 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Network Pharmacy Primary Secondary Tertiary COE Type of Service
  11. 11. Levels of Membership Centres of Excellence Tertiary Care Diabetes Services Secondary Care Diabetes Services Primary Care Diabetes Services $260 $165$190 $65 Information about levels of membership can be found at the NADC website – Pharmacy Diabetes Services Network Members $190 FREE
  12. 12. How is NADC Funded? • The Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) is responsible for the operations of the NADC • In 2015 the NADC began its journey to become financially independent. In 2016 this goal was achieved • Member centres pay an annual membership • A review of how NADC is to sustain funding was commenced in 2015 and progress toward a sustaining member model was pursued which includes unrestricted funding support of NADC projects by industry partners • Exploration of future funding partnerships will be explored
  13. 13. Key NADC Focus Areas 2017 Foot Network National Curriculum Collaboration & Integration Models of Care / Hub & Spoke Accreditation BPDC Best Practice in Diabetes Centres Symposium ANDS Australian National Diabetes Strategy National Clinical Standards Resource Repository ADATSAustralasian Diabetes Advancements and Technologies Summit
  14. 14. Best Practice in Diabetes Centres Symposium (BPDC) Guideline / position statement development Annual Event Invitation only Consensus building Promoting Collaboration and Integration Highly select speakers Focused discussions Information Sharing Key opinion holders
  15. 15. 72% 23% 5% Overall Rating Excellent Very Good Good 2016 BPDC Satisfaction Survey 33% 48% 19% Meeting Expectations A lot better than expected Better than expected About what I expected Extremely helpful 38%Very helpful 56% Content Extremely engaging 38% Engaging 56% Speakers 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Learning Opportunities Extremely valuable Very valuable Somewhat valuable Not at all valuable 82% 16% 2%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% EXTREMELY LIKELY VERY LIKELY LIKELY Future Attendance
  16. 16. Australian National Diabetes Audit (ANDA) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 1 Participant Centres 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
  17. 17. Accreditation Education Clinical Governance Accredited Centres 2018 37 The NADC Accreditation Standards 3.0 is the only one of its kind globally to offer a three-pronged approach incorporating best practice in: • Educational • Clinical • Governance areas
  18. 18. 1) Status & Reputation 2) Recognition 3) Knowledge-sharing 4) Quality Improvement 5) Benchmarking 6) Business Expansion 7) Service Improvement Benefits of Accreditation Accreditation is free for NADC Member Centres! Find out more at:
  19. 19. All NADC member centres It’s important to note: NADC Accreditation is not mandatory, however… Successful accreditation is required in order to be recognised as an “NADC Accredited Centre” in the following categories: Tertiary, Care, Affiliate member or Pharmacy Who Can Apply for NADC Accreditation?
  20. 20. In Australia … Diabetes centres are generally accredited via overarching hospital or RACGP accreditation, however… • Some services can miss out as not all hospital-based diabetes services are involved in the accreditation process • Diabetes centres which operate in the community or in a medical centre/pharmacy are not specifically assessed against diabetes accreditation standards NADC has filled the accreditation gap; providing all diabetes centres the opportunity to participate in quality and safety improvement.
  21. 21. Centres of Excellence (COE) The NADC Accreditation Standards for Centres of Excellence recognise excellence in clinical, education, service advocacy and policy leadership on a national scale in the provision of diabetes care Next round open 2019.
  22. 22. Centres of Excellence Accreditation Development of a new level of NADC membership - Centres of Excellence was completed in 2015. This process identified 4 outstanding organisations providing diabetes care and services at an extremely high standard. In 2017 a further the Royal Melbourne Hospital Diabetes and Endocrinology Service was also awarded a Centre of Excellence. • Canberra Hospital • Monash Health • Royal Melbourne • Princess Margaret Hospital • Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Gold Standard in best practice diabetes care
  23. 23. Diabetes Foot Care The NADC has developed a Foot Network (NADC-FN) • Surveying member centres on what services are currently available • Developing definitions of and standards of excellence for High Risk Foot Service • Commencing accreditation for High Risk Foot Services • Supporting a geographic mapping process of High Risk Foot Services across Australia
  24. 24. Australian National Diabetes Strategy (ANDS) • The NADC continues to actively support strategies that work toward implementing the ANDS • Meetings with key stakeholders • BPDC 2016 had a strong focus on ANDS • Discussions with key members of ANDS Implementation group • Opportunities for involvement by member centres including a Delphi survey
  25. 25. National Diabetes Care Course Interactive online platform Developed to provide healthcare providers in a range of general care settings with current knowledge of diabetes clinical management and self care regulation The course provides: • Learning videos • 24 hour a day access • Online assessments • Certificates on module completion
  26. 26. National Diabetes Care Course Contains 10 learning modules covering topic including: 1. What is diabetes 2. Chronic complications 3. Lifestyle issues 4. Diabetes medicines 5. Acute complications 6. Self monitoring of diabetes 7. Groups with special needs 8. Support services 9. Managing diabetes in general practice 10. Diabetes and technology
  27. 27. Membership & Resource Repository
  28. 28. Membership Resource Repository
  29. 29. Influential key opinion leaders Plenary presentations Information sharing Workshops Interactive Demonstrations Best practice innovations Networking Advanced diabetes technologies Ground breaking therapeutics October 20, 2017 Sydney, Australia
  30. 30. Key aims of the Foot Network • Set national HRFS standards • Lead a national HRFS excellence accreditation process • Complete geographical mapping of HRFS • Detail and deliver targeted health professional education • Support clinical trials research network NADC Foot Network
  31. 31. NADC Pharmacy Support
  32. 32. Member Communications • Communication to member centres continues to be an important part of the NADC • Bimonthly member newsletters have been sent via email using MailChimp which allows us to track newsletter statistics • Bimonthly industry partner newsletters sent via email using MailChimp
  33. 33. Our App • Download our app for quick access to all our resources!
  34. 34. • Certification of current Membership and Accreditation certificate if attained • Eligibility to apply for NADC accreditation • Discount on accreditation application fee • Eligibility to participate in the annual ANDA audits • Provision of individualised ANDA reports including data to facilitate benchmarking of the centre against its peers, and a Certificate of Participation • Eligibility to attend the Best Practice in Diabetes Centres symposium • Access to the NADC Newsletter • Tips for quality improvement and generating funding Members have access to a range of resources and opportunities to assist them in achieving best practice in service delivery and care through: Member Benefits
  35. 35. • Free access to diabetes resources and tools in the ‘member only’ section which includes NADC training packages, video presentations, webinars and free advertising of positions vacant • Participation in the NADC annual meeting at the ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting. • NADC will act on behalf of the Centre in representations to government to support better diabetes care in Australia • ADS will act on behalf of NADC in representations to government to support better diabetes care in Australia • Collaboration and integration with diabetes services across the care spectrum • Discount of 10% on NADC membership renewal fees when paid on or before the due date • Discounts on registration to NADC events including the Best Practice in Diabetes Centres (BPDC) Symposium and Australasian Diabetes Advancements and Technologies Summit (ADATS) Members have access to a range of resources and opportunities to assist them in achieving best practice in service delivery and care through: Member Benefits
  36. 36. Find, Contact, Follow, Like, Connect… @NADCaustralia /NADCaustralia /company/nadcaustralia @nadcaustralia NADC Australia Keep in touch!
  37. 37. Team Work