Recognising the fundamental role that PCNs have to play in shaping and delivering integrated care services, NHS Black Country ICB funded targeted primary care transformation support from Arden & GEM which could be accessed by their system PCNs.
Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions team supported the design and delivery of the sixth annual Primary Care Improvers Conference to help ensure content was professionally facilitated and of value to attendees from across the full primary care spectrum.
Arden & GEM’s IT service used Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to identify and manage weak user passwords which has resulted in a quicker, more efficient and more accurate process with greater transparency and reassurance.
When NHS Digital funded Black Country ICB to examine the feasibility of using Internet of Things technology in a real-world scenario within the homes of residents living in tower blocks, Arden & GEM was commissioned to provide the project management support.
As part of its commitment to and investment in developing healthcare leaders, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust commissioned Arden & GEM’s Leadership and OD team to co-design and deliver a new leadership development programme.
Arden & GEM worked collaboratively with Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ICS to design and deliver a tailored development programme for the system's Clinical Executive Forum.
When leading UK charity, The Parenting Project, needed support to redevelop its website to better meet the needs of service users, Arden & GEM’s IT service stepped in to volunteer its expertise and capability.
When Lincolnshire ICB needed a new website to support its communication with stakeholders and the general public, the collaborative Engagement, Communications and Marketing team from Midlands and Lancashire and Arden & GEM CSUs was tasked with delivering the project.
A collaboration between BLMK ICB, NHS Arden & GEM and evidence-based mental health tool developers ShinyMind, resulted in the Shine Programme; an initiative that has improved the wellbeing of both the primary care workforce and patients.
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.