On 12 October Arden & GEM were joined by NHS colleagues from provider and commissioning organisations at the 'Reimagining planning for the NHS event'.
After an overwhelmingly successful pilot scheme, NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICB has extended the ‘Shine Programme’, a unique digital approach to supporting staff and patient wellbeing.
Arden & GEM is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at NHS Providers Annual Conference and Exhibition.
On Saturday 1 October 2022, responsibility for managing IT services in Northamptonshire will transfer to NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM) from NEL CSU.
Arden & GEM (in partnership with Anaplan and Fidenda) are hosting a free event on 12 October in London (or virtual) titled 'Reimagining planning for the NHS'. The event is designed for all roles (clinical, operations, human resources, finance, procurement) and all NHS organisations.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU has won the ‘Public Procurement Project of the Year’ category at this year’s Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) Excellence in Procurement Awards.
Arden & GEM’s data and systems team will be joining the NHS Data Conference on 13 October 2022 to share how a national programme is securely joining up health and care data to enable both councils and ICBs to better understand their services and improve care quality.
A collaborative project, delivered by Arden & GEM and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has enabled both organisations to be shortlisted in the Best Employer for Diversity and Inclusion category and the Best Workplace for Learning and Development category.
After our successful delivery at the 2021 event, the Complete Care Community Programme will again take over the Keynote Theatre with a series of presentations during day one of Best Practice 2022 (NEC, Birmingham on 12-13 October).
The Complete Care Community programme has launched a new report evaluating the early development and progress of work designed to support Primary Care Networks across England to identify and address local health inequalities.