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The evolution of the NHS into integrated care systems requires new ways of working that join up service planning and delivery across organisational boundaries to improve population health outcomes.
We act as an independent and trusted partner, delivering transformational support, both within and across ICSs, to enable the transition to collaborative system-wide working. We understand that each ICS is being developed in response to local context and need, which is why we work in partnership with you to define a tailored roadmap for system development.
Our support delivers:
Our key strengths and expertise:
With a proven track record in bringing together health, social care and the third sector to improve the health and wellbeing of populations, we work across organisational boundaries and constructs to improve whole system delivery and performance.
We have strong and established working relationships with more than 20 systems, which enables the sharing of learning, best practice and innovation. While our combined multidisciplinary staff group provides service resilience, economies of scale and access to a range of specialist skillsets.
With expertise in a wide range of areas such as data curation, predictive modelling and programme management, we can complement and upskill existing ICS capability to enable a high performing system.
Our integrated service solution to develop collaborative, accountable care systems will help you to:
Arden & GEM is already supporting the integration of health and care systems across England. Find out more by accessing the resources below.
Read the summary of our most recent webinar, ‘Understanding the importance of social value in the public sector’, which brought together NHS, local authority and voluntary sector leaders to share their expertise.
We worked in partnership with Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to deliver bespoke leadership training for black and minority ethnic staff which has resulted in improved confidence, morale and new career opportunities.
ICBs have access to a large, talented workforce which can unlock opportunities to improve health and social care explains Head of Service for Workforce Planning and Consultancy, Fiona Grove, in our latest blog for Healthcare Leader.
Rose Taylor, Healthcare Solutions Director, Arden & GEM has been invited to speak at the upcoming AWS Public Sector Day 2023 (London, 21 March 2023).
Arden & GEM has been awarded the Social Value Quality Mark Level 1 for its commitment to measuring, growing and embedding social value within its work.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit will be joining the NHS Data Conference on 23 March 2023 to share how better use of data is enabling PHM approaches in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) ICS.
With net zero targets, green plans, carbon reduction plans and procurement legislation, social value in the NHS is not optional. Our Social Value Lead, Becky Jones, looks at how progress can be made by ICBs in this latest blog for Healthcare Leader.
How to release value within the NHS by transforming corporate services.
A new survey from Arden & GEM is capturing the views of people working in and with the public sector on how social value responsibilities and ambitions are being tackled.
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust engaged Arden & GEM's Finance Solutions team to investigate areas of opportunity for efficiency savings to feed into an internal cost improvement plan and contribute to reducing financial pressures within the local health economy.
If you’d like to find out more how we can support your journey to integrated care, please contact us here: