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The health and care system generates a huge amount of data that can be used to improve patient care and outcomes, while making the most efficient use of resources.
Advanced analytical methods, tools and techniques can support commissioners and providers to improve care planning and delivery by delivering insights, predictions and recommendations from the available data.
Advanced Analytics Unit
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit (AAU) is a team of highly skilled analytical specialists, providing support across all areas of analytics, from data collation through to decision support.
We are part of the NHS, with a committed and passionate team who work hard to better inform the planning and delivery of health and care services through provision of high-quality, tailored analysis.
Team members bring experience from across NHS providers, commissioners, local authority, commercial and academic sectors, covering a diverse skillset. We work collaboratively and flexibly with our customers, adopting an agile development approach.
We support a range of projects, including:
We proactively identify gaps and opportunities for growth, working collaboratively to shape client requirements and to transfer skills across the NHS analytical community.
Our advanced analytics solutions
Our work typically involves a range of capabilities and techniques, with solutions including:
Find out more about our data and analytics work by accessing the resources below:
Aaron Atkinson, Associate Director of Business Intelligence at Arden & GEM, shares how he first got into analytics, the importance of putting people first and how to connect the dots in this latest Q&A in our BI Careers series.
Principal Information Analyst at Arden & GEM, Charlotte Shearsby, shares her passion for NHS data and finding lines of enquiry through good storytelling.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit has developed a case-finding tool, based on a machine learning model, to enable social prescribers to proactively target patients in advance of a GP referral.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit has created a diabetes early warning system that not only provides near real-time population-level data and benchmarking but also identifies patients with unmet needs for proactive interventions.
Matthew Kendrick, Senior Data Manager at Arden & GEM, reflects on the rapid development of the COVID-19 Provider Notification System and shares stakeholder feedback as the system closes in response to the NHS incident level step down.
“The best part of my job” by Farah Adam, Data Scientist
Arden & GEM is part of the programme for the first ever national Health and Care Analytics conference, taking place on 11-12 July, to showcase the best work and ideas from across the UK.
Mid and South Essex ICS and Arden & GEM describe how they have taken a multidisciplinary team approach to co-design a strategic data and analytics platform which provides staff across the ICS with the intelligence needed to plan and deliver priorities, using population data to enable more informed decision making.
When NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) ICB needed population health comparator and benchmark information at a place, PCN and GP practice level, Arden & GEM’s business intelligence team set about developing a new suite of dashboards.
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