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Arden & GEM has teamed up with financial awareness experts, Eulogie to offer a series of free lunchtime webinars to support NHS employees, and their families, understand more about their financial health and wellbeing, in particular the impact of recent changes in circumstances due to COVID-19.
Arden & GEM’s transformation team worked in partnership with Dudley CCG to develop an appropriate model of care and to design an evaluation process that assessed the successes, benefits and challenges of a pilot to use paramedics within primary care.
Using patient data to understand and model potential health outcomes has never been more important than it is now, says Jessica Hicks, Principal Analytics Consultant at NHS Arden & GEM CSU, in this latest blog for NHS Voices.
Even without the pressure of a pandemic, the NHS is used to having to maximise its resources, which is why a better understanding of our patients’ needs is so important. In our latest blog, Associate Director of Applied Analytics, Paul Birch looks at how to make greater use of PHM approaches.
Senior Prescribing Advisor Rupesh Thakkar, Medicines Optimisation Lead Pharmacist – Primary Care, has been invited to join fellow pharmacists plus a pharmacy technician to speak at a free Electronic Repeat Dispensing webinar for healthcare professionals.
Arden & GEM’s IT service quickly mobilised a bespoke programme of work to ensure that its staff and clients had the infrastructure, equipment and support available for mass home working as part of the nationwide response to limit the spread of coronavirus.
With Microsoft Teams being rolled out across the entire NHS, to support remote working during the COVID-19 outbreak, Arden & GEM has been providing free support to a range of NHS organisations to ensure they can maximise the system’s potential.
Patient data is one of the most valuable and protected assets we have. In this blog, our Head of Data and Systems, David O’Callaghan looks at the four key elements that will enable PCNs and the wider health system to make better use of patient data to prevent and manage health problems.