Our award-winning Service Transformation team has a proven track record of working in partnership with clients to design, develop, implement and evaluate cost effective service transformation projects. We help you to solve problems by delivering new models of care which improve patient outcomes and experience, making services more efficient and sustainable.
We bring you a pragmatic, practical approach to help you to move from the ‘what’ through to the ‘how’. We don’t just stop at strategy, strategic outline case or business case development, we also provide implementation support, project management office (PMO) and evaluation.
Our team combines senior level transformation experience, clinical expertise and direct experience of working for acute trusts, commissioning organisations, local authorities and third sector organisations. They are supported by our 300 clinical staff that provide specialist expertise where needed.
As part of the NHS family, we understand the pressures you face in delivering better patient care alongside greater efficiencies. We have unrivalled expertise in the development and delivery of integrated, cost-effective care across regions - incorporating health and social care, community, acute, mental and physical health services.
In addition to our in house expertise, we have an established network of partners with national and international experience to enhance redesign capabilities where needed.
“The Arden & GEM team recognised the need for excellent communication and remained focussed on solutions and good outcomes, with an end result of all local transformation plans being assured and deadlines being met.”
Joanna Yellon, Head of Assurance, Operations & Delivery at NHS England Health Services
Find out more about our multi award-winning service transformation team by accessing the resources below.
Complete Care Community – a national programme designed to support health systems utilise Primary Care Networks in tackling health inequalities – was officially launched on Wednesday 24 March through a virtual gathering of participating sites.
Arden & GEM’s Director of Business Intelligence and Provider Management, Helen Seth has taken part in a roundtable for Raconteur’s latest report in The Times on the ‘Future of Healthcare’.
A new ‘Living Lab’ facility in Buckinghamshire is helping health economies explore how medical technology (MedTech) can transform care pathways and improve outcomes for patients. John Vesey, Business Manager for Health at the Satellite Applications Catapult tells us more.
A residential care home in Cumbria and a specialist complex care centre in Nottinghamshire are the latest to trial Teki-Hub, an innovative telemedicine unit which allows GPs to complete detailed assessments on patients without leaving their practice.
After several years of slow growth, COVID-19 has fuelled the rise of immersive technologies such as Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. Dr Shamim Mousavi from AWTG explains the growing role that immersive technologies are playing in healthcare.
Arden & GEM has been working with two technology suppliers, Tekihealth and Dignio to improve care quality and outcomes for care home residents, while protecting them from unnecessary risk.
In this issue we’ll be looking at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare delivery and how different care settings have embraced existing technology to minimise
potential exposure for both patients and workers.
Arden & GEM and Tekihealth will be presenting at the Digital Primary Care Virtual Conference, organised by Convenzis, to share how a remote clinical examination solution is enabling healthcare services to be delivered to care home residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
National segmentation resources, produced by the Population and Person Insight project, are helping to build the foundations for wider population health and person-centred analytics. Find out more about the project and resources on a dedicated Future NHS workspace.
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