Focusing on the extent to which RightCare was achieving its objectives, how this was supported by the programme’s ‘theory of change’ and future potential changes, Arden & GEM’s service transformation experts designed a tailored evaluation approach.
When the four CCGs covering East Kent needed to procure urgent treatment centres to cover nine localities, Arden & GEM’s procurement team was tasked with delivering a complex and innovative procurement programme that would bring together a range of organisations in collaborative arrangements.
With Microsoft’s support for Windows 7 coming to an end in 2020, the two provider trusts and CCG in Lincolnshire needed assistance to move more than 7,000 devices onto Windows 10. Arden & GEM’s IT service successfully mobilised and delivered this programme of work.
When NHS England Highly Specialised Commissioning sought to establish a service to provide pioneering prenatal surgery for foetuses with open spina bifida, a collaborative procurement project with NHS Arden & GEM CSU was initiated.
Arden & GEM’s MOCH team has supported one South Warwickshire care home by conducting medication reviews, reviewing care home systems and advanced care planning processes, providing training for staff and increasing multidisciplinary working.
With a successful track record of building, deploying and hosting bespoke applications, Arden & GEM worked closely with key stakeholders to develop a central system to record COVID-19 patient notifications (the CPNS) in just five days.
With the existing contract coming to an end, NHS Nottingham CCG needed to re-procure out of hospital community services for local citizens. Arden & GEM successfully led this collaborative and complex procurement which put a commitment to social value at its heart.
With an organisational merger facing the existing five CCGs in Norfolk and four CCGs in Lincolnshire, Arden & GEM provided specialist project management support to the senior finance teams in both health systems to merge their Oracle finance ledgers.
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.
Arden & GEM’s medicines optimisation team identified an opportunity for South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to boost its QIPP savings plan by accelerating the uptake of biosimilars to treat rheumatological conditions