Our highly experienced and clinically-led team offers a range of services to support commissioners. We ensure that provider contracts are delivered with optimum clinical, quality and safety standards, whilst simultaneously delivering the best possible value for money.
We provide a broad range of services including clinical quality and patient safety monitoring, contract performance monitoring, training for care providers and bid evaluation.
Our approach is based on proactive provider management so that any issues are identified and addressed quickly, keeping your patients safe and your service compliant.
Drawing on both our in house clinical expertise and effective use of robust IT systems, we work with you to monitor and manage performance as well as identifying and implementing ways to proactively improve service delivery.
“I have been extremely impressed by the dedication of the clinical quality team ... I believe that patient and client experience has improved greatly as a result of the improved visibility of quality.”
Lynn Wilmott-Shepherd, Commissioning and Delivery Director, NHS Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group
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Arden & GEM’s medicines optimisation team was commissioned by Derbyshire Dales PCN to provide a team of clinical pharmacists to deliver consistent and effective medication reviews for patients across their practices.
When the Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) needed a new clinical measures data collection system to support its quality improvement programmes, Arden & GEM was chosen to deliver the project via a competitive procurement on the Lead Provider Framework.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU has been appointed to provide a range of commissioning support services on behalf of five Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across Norfolk and Waveney.
The NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit (CSU) clinical quality team devised and implemented a quality monitoring model to facilitate transparency and sharing between commissioners and providers. This has directly benefitted patients by increasing safety, improving care and improving satisfaction.
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