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Our bespoke, user-friendly business information system, GEMIMA, is one of the most advanced tools available to support, analyse and monitor health and social care commissioning. Created by the NHS, for the NHS, GEMIMA brings together disparate national and local data sets, transforming reporting methods and helping you make more informed commissioning decisions.
GEMIMA is made up of four main components:
We firmly believe that robust control over data management is essential to the delivery of a leading edge Business Intelligence service. We continually invest in the development and improvement of GEMIMA to maintain a best in class service for our clients.
Our data is structured to provide support to meet the needs of a range of potential health and social care organisations.
We do more than just provide the data. Unlike many other CSUs, we load detailed SUS and SLAM for all providers and fully process and reconcile the information at record level, reducing the amount of time you need to spend on analysing and interpreting raw data.
GEMIMA is built on data you can trust. Our system is structured to ensure that the data is the same wherever it is accessed from and that we can trace and verify the source of all information.
Find out more about our GEMIMA business intelligence tool by accessing the resources below.
Arden & GEM has been working with the Department for Health and Social Care to develop a new national system to collect and link adult social care data with health data, which is already helping to provide a holistic picture of patient journeys and support care planning.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit will be joining the NHS Data Conference on 23 March 2023 to share how better use of data is enabling PHM approaches in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) ICS.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit created a dataset and population profiles for children and young people in Milton Keynes to help the ICB and local PCNs identify areas of concern and use resources more effectively.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit used the national segmentation dataset to deliver rich insight into the prevalence, range and cost of multimorbidity within the population.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU and Liverpool City Council were named winners in the ‘Digital solution for social care’ category at the HTN Now Awards 2023 for their work to improve services by linking adult social care and health data.
Our Head of Data Science, Prasanth Peddaayyavarla, discusses how PHM is key to unlocking the shift from reactive treatment to preventative care and shares pilot work from Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes designed to enhance care for specific patient cohorts and reduce A&E and GP attendances.
To help health and care systems across the region gain a clearer understanding of health inequalities, NHS Midlands asked Arden & GEM to develop a health inequalities dashboard.
Real-time data may be the holy grail but there is still plenty to be gained from regular and accurate data flows that give a timely system-wide view of service priorities on the ground, writes David O’Callaghan, Chief Data Officer at NHS Arden & GEM CSU.
Arden & GEM’s data and systems team will be joining the NHS Data Conference on 13 October 2022 to share how a national programme is securely joining up health and care data to enable both councils and ICBs to better understand their services and improve care quality.
Arden & GEM’s Business Intelligence service has been successfully shortlisted in the best data and analytics team and best place to work in data categories at this year’s Data IQ Awards.
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