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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.
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.
It’s important that we now take this opportunity to review and reflect so that we consider the implications of the remote working era on future (and present) workers.
Arden & GEM’s finance service was engaged to provide a dedicated and experienced project management team to transfer Oracle finance ledgers for eight ICBs.
Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership has embedded social value at scale, building not only on the HCP members’ own responsibilities as anchor institutions, but also working proactively with local communities, businesses and suppliers to extend the reach and impact of their work.
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.
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.
Arden & GEM’s Advanced Analytics Unit has created a diabetes early warning system that not only provides near real-time population-level data and benchmarking but also identifies patients with unmet needs for proactive interventions.
If you’d like to find out more how we can support your journey to integrated care, please contact us here: