Arden & GEM designed and completed an evaluation process, on behalf of Wolverhampton CCG, to inform decision making about a 12 week step up care service pilot. As a consequence of the evaluation findings, the step up care service has now been fully commissioned.
Our team of developers redesigned and rebuilt the entire data management process to ensure it was fully automated. This has improved data quality, increased processing and reporting speed, released analytical capacity back into the service and increased transparency for customers.
Faced with ambitious financial targets, Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) needed to develop their current Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) schemes to achieve the scale of change required. The CCG commissioned our service transformation and business intelligence ex...
NHS Arden and GEM Commissioning Support Unit (CSU) has supported a medium-sized acute provider to develop a workforce plan as part of a major restructuring exercise to reconfigure services.
NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit developed and delivered a comprehensive engagement and consultation programme for Milton Keynes CCG, incorporating essential face to face engagement as well as quantitative consultation.
Working in partnership with Coventry and Rugby CCG, Warwickshire North CCG and South Warwickshire CCG, NHS Arden & GEM was commissioned to mobilise the new adult autism service, and engage with GP practices to encourage appropriate referrals.
By working in partnership with the CCG’s Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children, Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit’s Clinical IT Service developed a specialist template to support GPs in their safeguarding responsibilities.
Arden & GEM has been working with CCGs on a strategic approach to risk stratification which is enabling best practice to be shared across localities, and more consistent improvements in care to be implemented.
NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit developed a suite of risk stratification tools to enable GPs to proactively manage their top 3% of patients at-risk of avoidable hospital admission or A&E attendance.
To help tackle this seasonal spike in demand, we designed a campaign to educate people about the appropriate use of health services and how to prevent illness.