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The value of data sharing and prompt analysis in pandemic decision-making has been demonstrated by an award-winning population health management programme in Cheshire and Merseyside, supported by data expertise from Arden & GEM.
Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital commissioned Arden & GEM’s Effective Leadership Solutions team to undertake an independent well-led review that will help the Trust operate within an increasingly complex and changing NHS landscape.
Learning and Development Manager, Dr David Mathew, considers that role that hybrid learning can play in helping NHS leaders face the challenges of building teams and managing people effectively in a new world of hybrid working.
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to exert pressure throughout the health and care system, on top of an already overstretched service, never has it been more important for us to use NHS resources wisely. In this blog for NHS Confederation, Sally Eason discusses the role that effective evaluat...
NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit has been selected to develop a segmentation model and outcomes framework to enable NHS Leeds CCG to realise its vision for population health.
The National Immunisation and Vaccination System (NIVS), developed by Arden & GEM’s Data and Systems team, has won the Healthcare IT category at this year’s Health Business Awards.
Arden & GEM’s Business Intelligence service has been successfully shortlisted at the Health Business Awards 2021 in the ‘Healthcare IT’ and ‘Patient Data’ categories.
When Coventry and Warwickshire Local Maternity System needed support to refresh its improvement plan for postnatal care, Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions team was tasked with reviewing and updating the existing plan to help the system deliver better individualised care.
When NHS BLMK CCG wanted to better understand the healthcare needs and consumption of the local population, Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit developed SMITH, a bespoke segmentation model, to enable person-level analysis which has informed service planning and commissioning.