Our business support services work alongside you and your team, providing both strategic advice and operational support, to ensure the robustness of commissioning and clinical activities.
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When six CCGs planned to merge to become the single strategic commissioner for the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System, Arden & GEM’s OD Consultancy was tasked with supporting the development of an OD strategy with a focus on culture, structure and staff engagement.
Mark Smith has been appointed as NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit’s new Director of Finance, bringing 20 years of senior financial leadership experience within the healthcare sector.
Arden & GEM has been successfully shortlisted in the ‘Patient Data’ and ‘Telehealth’ categories at the Health Business Awards 2020.
As part of this October’s World Menopause Month, Arden & GEM hosted a series of bitesize webinars to raise awareness of the menopause and support those who are currently affected.
Over 200 sites in Lincolnshire, including hospitals and GP practices, are now using the latest Microsoft Windows technology following a successful 12-month upgrade programme managed by NHS Arden & GEM CSU.
With Microsoft’s support for Windows 7 coming to an end in 2020, the two provider trusts and CCG in Lincolnshire needed assistance to move more than 7,000 devices onto Windows 10. Arden & GEM’s IT service successfully mobilised and delivered this programme of work.
Arden & GEM has been successfully shortlisted in two categories at the Investors in People Awards 2020.
The state of our finances can have a significant impact on our wellbeing and mental health. Our OD Consultant and Wellbeing Lead, Carla Smith, shares some tips on what can we realistically do to improve our financial health.
In this blog, written for the NHS Confederation 'Reset' campaign, Head of Engagement, Communications and Marketing, Andrea Clark reports that the NHS can increase its engagement with its patients and the public now that many people are becoming increasingly confident using technology.
Join our free webinar on engaging virtually with impact. Taking place on Thursday 23 July, the webinar will help organisations consider their engagement requirements and duties when making decisions about service restoration and recovery.
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