Arden & GEM’s procurement team worked on behalf of NHS England to develop and execute a successful procurement strategy for vaccine-related equipment and consumables. Building on this success, the team went on to support the programme’s workforce, technology and logistics workstreams.
Bringing together the transformation expertise of Arden & GEM with the clinical leadership experience of Healthworks, the national Complete Care Community Programme is successfully helping demonstrator PCN sites to adopt systematic approaches to narrowing local health inequalities.
Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions team was commissioned to design and facilitate a bespoke four-month programme, in partnership with Oxford Value and Stewardship, to support Mid and South Essex Health and Care Partnership create a culture of stewardship.
Arden & GEM’s experienced clinical services team has undertaken 150 LeDeR reviews in a professional, timely and compassionate manner, producing actionable recommendations for service improvement.
To support clinical and finance leaders in applying the Triple Aim duty in their decision-making processes, West Yorkshire ICS commissioned Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions team to deliver a development programme around value and stewardship.
Since taking on a county-wide service in 2015, Arden & GEM has developed a robust and responsive approach to monitoring and managing all aspects of the Derbyshire Child Health Information Service.
Arden & GEM and Midlands and Lancashire CSUs brought their combined engagement, communications and marketing capability together to design and deliver a MedTech Funding Mandate launch programme for seven new technologies.
Arden & GEM has worked with four of the seven NHS England and NHS Improvement regions to provide flexible resourcing solutions that have played a vital role in supporting management of the largest vaccination programme ever delivered by the NHS.
To provide commissioners and trusts with a quick and simple route to contract and sub-contract acute elective care services, an innovative national framework – the Increasing Capacity Framework – was developed and launched in November 2020.
When five Midlands CCGs wanted to better understand the clinical and cost effectiveness of shoulder surgery, compared to conservative treatment, Arden & GEM’s public health consultancy, Solutions for Public Health (SPH), was engaged to undertake a rapid evidence review.