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.
Working as part of a multidisciplinary team onsite at a step-down discharge facility during the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted important opportunities to improve patient care by strengthening the links between primary, secondary and community pharmacy.
The state of our finances can have a significant impact on our wellbeing and mental health. Our OD Consultant and Wellbeing Lead, Carla Smith, shares some tips on what can we realistically do to improve our financial health.
In this blog, our Norfolk and Waveney MOCH pharmacist team outlines the key elements of the service, how our pharmacists are working as part of a multidisciplinary team and the elements we feel are crucial to support those coming into and leaving the step-down service.
In this blog, written for the NHS Confederation 'Reset' campaign, Head of Engagement, Communications and Marketing, Andrea Clark reports that the NHS can increase its engagement with its patients and the public now that many people are becoming increasingly confident using technology.
Managing a practice has changed virtually overnight. So how do you find the time to prioritise your own wellbeing and that of your colleagues? Our Learning and Development Manager, Dr David Mathew offers some suggestions in this latest blog.
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.
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.