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The challenges of an aging population, and more people living with complex long term conditions, creates an increasing need for integrated and specialised care. Our clinical support services help you develop the right solutions for your communities, while keeping patients at the heart of commissioning.
Find out more about our clinical support services by accessing the resources below.
In this latest blog for Healthcare Leader, Alison Tonge, Executive Director of Strategy and Innovation at NHS Arden & GEM, shares how a recent ‘innovation hackathon’ event brought together expert speakers, staff and customers, in facilitated multidisciplinary working groups to find and develop solutions to complex challenges facing the NHS.
Join us at The Pharmacy Show on 15-16 October 2023 to learn how NHS Commissioning Support Units (CSUs) help health systems and care providers including in primary and community care to meet medicines optimisation objectives, improve patient care and increase efficiency.
When three NHS England regional specialised commissioning teams needed additional capacity and capability to support them with their medicines optimisation responsibilities, dedicated resource from Arden & GEM’s clinical support service was provided.
Arden & GEM assigned a team to support Black Country ICB ensure there were harmonised clinical treatment policies in place across its new geographic footprint to ensure fair access to treatments and interventions.
Arden & GEM’s medicines optimisation team was engaged by NHS England East of England regional community pharmacy contracting team to review over 200 Dispensary Service Quality Scheme clinical audits by the end of the 2022/23 financial year.
Arden & GEM is delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting alongside Midlands and Lancashire CSU, NECS and SCW CSU at the Clinical Pharmacy Congress 2023.
A large trust in the Midlands commissioned Arden & GEM’s clinical support service to provide specialist pharmacist resource to deliver diabetes and hypertension clinics at one of their hospital sites to help manage complex patients.
Sally Eason, Associate Director of Digital Transformation and Service Redesign at Arden & GEM, shares how the Shine programme is improving the mental health and wellbeing of primary care staff and patients in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes, in this case study for Mental Health Today.
Arden & GEM’s Pharmacy Lead will be joining the NHS Medicines Optimisation Conference on 30 November 2022 to share the aims of the Discharge Medicines Service and successful approaches to implementation.
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