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The Health and Care Bill includes a legal duty for decision-makers across NHS bodies (Foundation Trusts, NHS Trusts, Integrated Care Boards and NHS England) to collectively consider the impact of their decisions on:
Arden & GEM is partnering with the Oxford Value and Stewardship Programme, founded by Professor Sir Muir Gray, to support systems across the country to meet their new Triple Aim duty. Our support provides health systems with an approach that delivers the mindset shift, culture and skills required to make healthcare sustainable.
By linking key initiatives such as population health management (PHM), clinical stewardship, and a renewed focus on outcomes, our expert support is helping Integrated Care Systems (ICS) and Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs or Place Based Partnerships) to develop their capability to deliver the Triple Aim while fulfilling the four purposes of a system:
We provide online training via seven comprehensive modules that covers the fundamentals of value-based population health and care and details five tasks that can enable organisations to establish a new culture of stewardship.
Modules can be purchased as a complete programme, or individually to tailor training to meet your exact requirements. Our online learning can be accessed via a variety of devices. Modules can also be downloaded for offline completion.
We deliver a range of solutions that support your organisation or system with delivery of the Triple Aim including:
We would welcome the opportunity to discuss how The Oxford Value and Stewardship Programme can support your organisation or health system to deliver your Triple Aim duty, please complete the form at the bottom of the page.
Arden & GEM has unrivaled experience in supporting health systems to deliver effective and sustainable change. Find out more about our work by accessing the resources below.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As we head towards the first year anniversary of the formal set up of ICBs, we look at a series of examples where stewardship is enabling ICSs to make well-informed, system-wide changes across clinical pathways.
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.
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.
Arden & GEM are hosting a new webinar 10:00-11:45 on 29 March to support NHS Leaders drive improvement in performance, planning and the delivery of value.
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.
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