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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.
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.
This lunchtime webinar on Thursday 16 March will bring together social value leaders from across the health service, local government and voluntary sector to demonstrate the importance of social value to the public sector and share the benefits of a joined up, collaborative approach.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU and Liverpool City Council were named winners in the ‘Digital solution for social care’ category at the HTN Now Awards 2023 for their work to improve services by linking adult social care and health data.
To help health and care systems across the region gain a clearer understanding of health inequalities, NHS Midlands asked Arden & GEM to develop a health inequalities dashboard.
Leadership and OD experts from Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions team supported the Growing Occupational Health and Wellbeing programme team in developing a national strategy and roadmap for NHS Occupational Health and Wellbeing Services.
When NHS South Warwickshire CCG needed support to deliver its plans under the Winter Access Fund allocation, Arden & GEM was tasked with providing project management expertise.
Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions team provided training and support to enable the MSE stroke stewardship group to use the STAR process in value based decision-making.
Real-time data may be the holy grail but there is still plenty to be gained from regular and accurate data flows that give a timely system-wide view of service priorities on the ground, writes David O’Callaghan, Chief Data Officer at NHS Arden & GEM CSU.
Sally Eason, Associate Director of Digital Transformation and Service Redesign at Arden & GEM, shares how the Shine programme is improving the mental health and wellbeing of primary care staff and patients in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes, in this case study for Mental Health Today.
If you’d like to find out more how we can support your journey to integrated care, please contact us here: