Arden & GEM’s business intelligence and service transformation teams have been working in partnership with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), to model the impact that potential service changes can have on meeting cancer performance targets.
Arden & GEM provided transformational programme management support to help the local health system agree a Discharge to Assess model, develop the capabilities required and deliver the programme objectives. A solution, comprising three pathways, was scoped, developed, tested and implemented wi...
When the Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) needed a new clinical measures data collection system to support its quality improvement programmes, Arden & GEM was chosen to deliver the project via a competitive procurement on the Lead Provider Framework.
Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) identified a high spend on fragility fractures and falls. In order to gain a better understanding of the problem and enable the rapid construction of a plan for action, NHS Arden & GEM CSU designed and delivered a highly successful worksho...
In a drive to improve the contribution that proactive case management can make to the health and wellbeing of frail patients, Wolverhampton CCG introduced a 12 month pilot to provide frailty clinics within a Primary Care Home. Arden & GEM designed and delivered a mid-point evaluation, using b...
Arden & GEM’s business intelligence analysts worked in partnership with clinicians and service improvement leads to design and develop a data collection tool for critical care units in Cheshire and Mersey.
NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM) was commissioned by the Leicestershire footprint to coordinate and lead the development of the region’s Local Digital Roadmap (LDR).
Driven by a desire to offer the best care and best experience to as many patients as possible, NHS England tasked Arden & GEM CSU with designing and delivering an eight month procurement process to identify a preferred supplier to deliver a Proton Beam Therapy service.
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.