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Digital transformation and the use of better designed, better connected technology is key to enabling improvements in prevention, diagnosis, care and treatment that will improve health outcomes and deliver cost efficiencies.
Realising the possibilities of digital healthcare requires systems to achieve a greater level of digital maturity which is underpinned by integrated care records, mobile digital health infrastructure, AI and automation, cybersecurity, cloud solutions and patient-facing applications. Digital transformation is not simply about technology – it is about adopting change management processes enabled by technology to increase the benefits for patients, clinicians and healthcare systems as a whole.
Our approach to digital transformation combines a deep understanding of local and national challenges with a unique network of technology partners and the provision of the essential underpinning IT infrastructure. Our solution subsequently draws on multidisciplinary capabilities across service transformation, IT and business intelligence.
Our support is provided across the whole lifecycle of transformation providing a range of services tailored to your needs:
Our key strengths and expertise:
We have an experienced team of subject matter experts specialising in clinical systems, interoperability, programme management, change management, digital innovation, data and insights, and information governance.
Acting as a trusted partner, we support engagement between stakeholders and across systems, providing services across a large geographic footprint and supplier base, enabling resilience and structure to deliver a service that can be scaled across the region at a multi-ICS level.
Our diverse network of partners and alliances with leading industry organisations enables us to act as an innovator and incubator of digital solutions. We accelerate adoption across the health service through an agile approach to tests and pilots which can include facilitating clinical trials and use of ‘living labs’.
Our digital transformation and information technology service will help you to:
Arden & GEM is already delivering a range of projects at the cutting edge of digitally-enabled care. Find out more about our innovative work by accessing the resources below.
Arden & GEM's IT and productivity leaders discuss the opportunities for ICBs and individual providers to improve operational efficiency and reduce costs by commissioning and delivering IT services and equipment at scale.
Arden & GEM worked with MSE services to develop value frameworks and outcomes measures for six key areas of care in which stewardships groups were established.
With extensive experience of collecting, analysing and using data to understand and improve patient pathways, NHS Arden & GEM was engaged to work collaboratively with EMHNCN to design and implement a region-wide dashboard and set of associated tools.
Data, when used effectively, is perhaps the most crucial tool available to help NHS organisations deliver the Triple Aim duty of improved population health, improved service quality and improved value, assert Aaron Atkinson, Helen Duckworth and Jess Hicks from NHS Arden & GEM's BI team.
Fran Ward, Project Manager, NHS Arden & GEM CSU and Dr Paulina Ramirez, Academic, Birmingham Business School explore how community co-innovation could be used to develop digital healthcare that works for diverse communities and reduces the risk of exclusion in this article for the Integrated Care Journal.
Arden & GEM’s Health and Care Transformation team was commissioned to deliver an evaluation to assess the impact of the NHS England Targeted Investment Fund (TIF) 2020/21 on digital schemes and provide insight and learning for future funding streams.
Arden & GEM’s Business Intelligence team is delighted to be part of an HSJ Award-winning project, with Mid and South Essex Integrated Care System and Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, in the Data-Driven Transformation category.
In this latest blog for Healthcare Leader, Alison Tonge, Executive Director of Strategy and Innovation at NHS Arden & GEM, shares how a recent ‘innovation hackathon’ event brought together expert speakers, staff and customers, in facilitated multidisciplinary working groups to find and develop solutions to complex challenges facing the NHS.
Arden & GEM staff and senior client stakeholders came together at an engaging and thought-provoking webinar to explore digital developments in the health and care sector with speakers from the NHS, The University of Manchester and Chueng Kong Graduate School of Business.
If you’d like to find out more about our solutions for digitally-enabled care, please contact us here: