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The creation of Integrated Care Systems presents a unique opportunity to fundamentally reimagine and redesign how health and care services are delivered across England. But the scale and pace of change this requires, alongside managing ongoing COVID-19 recovery and growing patient waiting lists, will place further pressure on an already stretched workforce.
Our support provides the capacity and capability needed to redesign services, delivering tailored, joined-up care which improves health outcomes.
We employ a structured approach to redesign, integration and collaboration which spans strategic planning, service development and implementation, and monitoring and improvement.
Our support includes:
This approach is underpinned by digital transformation, workforce planning, data and analytics. From shared care records that support the flow of key patient information between providers to system level workforce plans that ensure the right people are in the right place at the right time, we can help you successfully overcome the barriers to delivering more integrated care.
Our key strengths and expertise:
As part of the NHS family, we bring a comprehensive understanding of the complexities faced by the service coupled with experience of bringing together different parts of the health and care system to reimagine and redesign models of care. With specialist skills and knowledge in sourcing data to deliver actionable insight for service improvement, managing complex programmes which engage multiple stakeholders, and formative evaluation, we can support an end-to-end redesign of clinical pathways.
Our multi award-winning clinical procurement team can advise on the best value commercial solution for your desired service with expertise in collaborative contracting, national frameworks, provider selection, category management and contract management.
Our transformational support for clinical redesign, integration and provider collaboration will help you
Arden & GEM is already helping healthcare systems to deliver Clinical redesign, integration and provider collaboration solutions. Find out more by accessing the resources below.
Arden & GEM’s digital transformation team worked in partnership with the Satellite Applications Catapult to better understand the role of technology in NHS Occupational Health and Wellbeing Services and develop a blueprint for future action.
Rose Taylor, Executive Director of Health and Care Transformation at Arden & GEM, considers what makes this winter different, and what can we do about it, in our latest blog for Healthcare Leader.
Our team of strategic communications experts and delivery specialists was engaged to support the NHS England North East and Yorkshire region implement a new Eye Care Electronic Referral System at NHS trusts and optometry practices across the region.
When three NHS England regional specialised commissioning teams needed additional capacity and capability to support them with their medicines optimisation responsibilities, dedicated resource from Arden & GEM’s clinical support service was provided.
Arden & GEM’s Health and Care Transformation team was engaged by one ICS, for a 12-month period, to deliver coaching interventions for the Chairs and CEOs of local NHS organisations.
Dr Tim Wilson and Ayesha Janjua, from Arden & GEM’s Health and Care Transformation team, discuss how health systems can become responsible stewards of common resources, recognising and incorporating the collaborative working skills needed for success.
The Complete Care Community Programme has launched an updated prospectus that details the innovative work of 65 Primary Care Network (PCN) demonstrator sites to tackle a range of local health inequality challenges.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit has developed a case-finding tool, based on a machine learning model, to enable social prescribers to proactively target patients in advance of a GP referral.
Arden & GEM assigned a team to support Black Country ICB ensure there were harmonised clinical treatment policies in place across its new geographic footprint to ensure fair access to treatments and interventions.
Katie Wardle, Helen West and Dr Cristina Ramos share how collaborative working between system partners has seen the launch of a new primary care gynaecology service across Coventry and Warwickshire.
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