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The creation of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) has provided new opportunities for GP practices to work collaboratively with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital and voluntary services in their local areas.
Our place, community and primary care transformation service provides the developmental, transformational and transactional support required to enable integrated service offers for your population.
We support providers to work together at a place and neighbourhood level to manage common resources, integrate community teams and improve health and reduce inequalities for the populations they serve.
Our support includes:
Our key strengths and expertise
We have experience of working with health systems at a strategic level to ensure PCNs have access to the resources and expertise required to develop primary care services that form a fundamental building block for each ICS.
At a local level we are also supporting individual practices and PCNs to innovate, improve and transform services by enabling greater provision of proactive, personalised, coordinated and more integrated health and social care.
Our place, community and primary care transformation service will help you to:
Arden & GEM is already supporting primary care providers to deliver efficiency and improve outcomes for patients. Find out more by accessing the resources below.
Mid and South Essex ICS and Arden & GEM describe how they have taken a multidisciplinary team approach to co-design a strategic data and analytics platform which provides staff across the ICS with the intelligence needed to plan and deliver priorities, using population data to enable more informed decision making.
As ICBs look to embark on more ambitious integrated plans, those of us working across regions should also step up to accelerate that learning, how to share assumptions, and capture evidence, decisions and impact, says Alison Tonge, Director of Integrated Services Development at Arden & GEM.
Arden & GEM supported system partners in Coventry, Rugby and Warwickshire to establish a system-wide primary care gynaecology service.
Arden & GEM has been shortlisted in two categories at the inaugural HSJ Digital Awards.
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.
GP practices wanting to increase their understanding of and improve care for patients who have served in the armed forces can find out more about the ‘Veteran friendly GP practice accreditation’ scheme through a new Q&A session.
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’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.
If you’d like to find out more about how we can support you to transform primary care, please fill in the form below: