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Arden & GEM has been successfully appointed to the Transforming Organisations, Partnerships and Systems (Transform) framework, officially launched by the East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub to replace the Commissioning Partnership framework with a refreshed and extended offering.
Representatives from Arden & GEM will be exhibiting at the forthcoming King’s Fund event ‘Primary Care Networks: delivering integrated services at a neighbourhood level’ to share our solutions for transforming primary care including at-scale delivery, operational support, intelligent use of d...
Arden & GEM’s transformation team was approached by Mapmyhealth to undertake a qualitative evaluation of the information and evidence needed when making commissioning decisions about diabetes self-management education offerings.
The Arden & GEM procurement team has been successfully shortlisted in two categories for the CIPS Supply Management Awards 2019.
NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM) and the Satellite Applications Catapult have agreed a formal partnership to further embed the potential of satellite technology within digital healthcare transformation.
Arden & GEM’s procurement team has worked in partnership with NHS England Highly Specialised Commissioning to successfully appoint specialist centres to provide a cutting-edge surgery for children who are deaf, by inserting auditory brainstem implants into the brain.
Arden & GEM’s innovation partnership with the Satellite Applications Catapult, and a number of commercial and research partners, to develop a new approach to conducting endoscopies was highlighted in the latest report published by PUBLIC, “Buying into the Future: How to Deliver Innovation Thr...
Arden & GEM’s Head of Digital Transformation, Adrian Smith will be speaking at next month’s Digital Health and Care Congress, hosted by the King’s Fund, as part of the ‘Disruptive and innovative use of data to improve health’ breakout session on day two.
Representatives from Arden & GEM will be exhibiting at the forthcoming King’s Fund event ‘Towards population health systems’ to share how we can support systems to build a population health management approach.