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Policy development and harmonisation

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Our Policy Development and Harmonisation Solution

Harnessing and harmonising the policies and pathways that underpin key services forms an essential foundation for successful system partnerships, joined-up care, equitable patient access and improvements in population health.

Arden & GEM delivers both an end-to-end solution as well as modular service provision which is tailored to meet the exact needs of our clients. We provide support spanning 13 service elements that are fundamental to successful policy foundation, development and management

Policy Foundation

Policy development process and governance review
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Ethical framework review / development
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Initial policy mapping review
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Policy Development

New clinical policy development
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Rapid evidence reviews
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Financial impact modelling
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Clinical and stakeholder engagement
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Equality/Quality impact assessment
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Prioritisation and refinement
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Policy Management

Supporting change in clinical practice
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IFR and prior approval management
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Clinical audit and quality assessment
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Implementation monitoring
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Achieving the best clinical outcomes and ensuring best value

As Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) become statutory bodies they will hold local responsibility for improving population health within the resources available, identifying health needs and tackling variation, and reducing inequalities in healthcare access and outcomes. To meet this challenge, and the new Triple Aim duty of better health for everyone, better care for all patients and sustainable NHS services, ICS leaders must consider their state of readiness in three areas that are fundamental to successfully integrating care:

  1. Identifying system resource challenges which limit the introduction of new treatments and interventions for patients
  2. Agreeing common decision criteria to support the whole system to prioritise funding between different clinical treatments and/or interventions
  3. Ensuring clinical policies are supported and implemented by all ICS stakeholder organisations.

Arden & GEM’s Policy Development and Harmonisation service can support you to appraise your options for transformation and integration. We understand the current changes in commissioning and can provide solutions with proven mechanisms for successfully integrating care. We support population based clinical commissioning through our unrivalled expertise in Individual Funding Requests (IFRs), policy harmonisation, health economic modelling, evidence of clinical and cost effectiveness reviews, ethical decision making and corporate governance.

We can help you to achieve health improvement, for those patients most in need, within the resources available by:

• Ensuring robust policy development processes are
in place
• Providing rapid access to proven evidence-based
clinical interventions
• Implementing prioritised treatments
• Managing requests for treatments fairly across the
whole system.

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss how our Policy Development and Harmonisation solution can support your organisation to deliver its Triple Aim duty.

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