By enabling tracking of diabetic patients, Cayder PFM is helpful in ensuring that the most appropriate care and support is given, which can contribute to reducing the unnecessary length of stay associated with having diabetes.
Communication between diabetes teams and ward staff is improved through using PFM to share current treatment and any interventions being provided by the specialist services. Updates to the system are simple and quick to make, thus reducing barriers to early referrals.
Diabetes teams can filter and sort their patient list to help prioritise patient intervention appropriately and manage caseloads effectively. Teams tell us that it has revolutionised the way they work! Once on the wards, Cayder PFM enables the location of diabetic patients to be quickly established.
On re-admission, previously identified diabetes is flagged up immediately, thus reducing clinical risk and improving patient safety.