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With IT playing an increasing role in the management and delivery of modern healthcare, our highly skilled IT team delivers a comprehensive service, from day to day IT support through to the development of bespoke systems to support clinical priorities.
Our comprehensive range of IT support services cover strategic IT, asset management (hardware and software), project support and remote and on-site helpdesk support. In an evolving health system, we can help with systems development and system integration and help you to navigate the complexities associated with data sharing protocols and Information Governance. We also support clients with mobile computing, data storage, back-up and disaster recovery and being Cyber Essentials Plus accredited, our cyber security expertise ensures a cyber-safe environment.
We provide flexible, responsive and resilient IT services designed to support ICBs in delivering both their corporate and GP IT objectives.
We have established a dedicated strategic IT programmes service, supported with robust operational delivery to ensure your IT needs are met.
In addition to core IT services, our clinical IT team is playing a growing role in supporting front line services through the development of innovative tools to improve accuracy and consistency of care.
“It has been great working with the Arden & GEM Clinical Systems team in the development
of the Locality Based MDT Unit. The new unit is delivering a range of benefits
including, streamlining the referral process from Primary Care, improved communications
with GP’s, simplified data collection and easy access to activity and performance data.
The team have been responsive, effective and provided us with excellent training on the
Ruth Adam, Programme Manager Whole System Integration, Milton Keynes CCG and Milton
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Arden & GEM’s IT service used Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to identify and manage weak user passwords which has resulted in a quicker, more efficient and more accurate process with greater transparency and reassurance.
Arden & GEM’s digital transformation team will be joining the NHS Innovation Conference on 17 November 2022 to share how innovations in technology, connectivity and pathways are helping the NHS to tackle growing demand and backlogs in endoscopy services.
When NHS Digital funded Black Country ICB to examine the feasibility of using Internet of Things technology in a real-world scenario within the homes of residents living in tower blocks, Arden & GEM was commissioned to provide the project management support.
Arden & GEM’s Head of Cyber Security, Tej Gudka, will be delivering a webinar for HTN, at 9am on Tuesday 8 November 2022, exploring the practical ways that healthcare organisations can support their staff to be aware and responsive to common cyber threats.
When leading UK charity, The Parenting Project, needed support to redevelop its website to better meet the needs of service users, Arden & GEM’s IT service stepped in to volunteer its expertise and capability.
After an overwhelmingly successful pilot scheme, NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICB has extended the ‘Shine Programme’, a unique digital approach to supporting staff and patient wellbeing.
When Lincolnshire ICB needed a new website to support its communication with stakeholders and the general public, the collaborative Engagement, Communications and Marketing team from Midlands and Lancashire and Arden & GEM CSUs was tasked with delivering the project.
A collaboration between BLMK ICB, NHS Arden & GEM and evidence-based mental health tool developers ShinyMind, resulted in the Shine Programme; an initiative that has improved the wellbeing of both the primary care workforce and patients.
On Saturday 1 October 2022, responsibility for managing IT services in Northamptonshire will transfer to NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM) from NEL CSU.
Our Head of Cybersecurity, Tej Gudka, considers how we can strike the right balance between building stronger cybersecurity defences and enabling staff to work efficiently in this feature for National Health Executive.
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