We provide business intelligence and data management services to over 40 CCGs, provider trusts, NHS England, local authorities, vanguard sites and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships.
In addition, we host data from all CCGs held within the National Commissioning Data Repository (NCDR) for NHS England Direct Commissioning.
Our service has been specifically designed to deliver actionable insight to support you in meeting your commissioning objectives.
All appropriate safeguards are in place to manage patient identifiable data and we can therefore support our customers across every aspect of BI and data management.
We have built a solid reputation as a provider of high-quality business intelligence, based on the efficient stewardship and processing of almost a third of the nations’ health data, and the delivery of information to support crucial business processes such as contract management.
We have the people, skills, processes, technologies and partners necessary to be able to anticipate and respond to the growing and changing demands of the health and social care system. We continue to develop our skills through our analyst network and communities of interest so we can continuously provide the latest expertise and insightful analysis.
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NHS Arden & GEM is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Health and Care Innovation Expo 2019 on Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 September.
With specialised commissioning growing at a rapid pace and requiring some of the most costly interventions, the reliance on advanced data analysis to understand, monitor and manage care is increasing.
Representatives from Arden & GEM will be exhibiting at the forthcoming King’s Fund event ‘Towards population health systems’ to share how we can support systems to build a population health management approach.
The creation of the Hepatitis C patient registry and treatment outcome system, on behalf of NHS England, has been hailed as a significant milestone in the monitoring of hepatitis C (HCV) elimination in England. By the end of April 2018, the registry contained more than 32,600 entries for over 32,400 people.
Arden & GEM is delighted to have been commended in the Patient Data and Publicity Campaign categories at the 2018 Health Business Awards.
The new health secretary, Matt Hancock has not been in post long, but he is already leading in some very positive and interesting directions. Last month we saw ’The Future of Healthcare‘ released with digital solutions fundamental to delivering sustainable healthcare; while this month we had a timely reminder that ’Prevention is better than cure‘. Here at Arden & GEM we think that both represent exciting steps in just the right direction.
Arden & GEM’s business intelligence team developed a hepatitis C patient registry and treatment outcome system to improve the quality of data analysis to enable effective expenditure planning, inform the creation of new clinical service models and to maximise effectiveness of treatment.
In this video, Ana Ohde, Senior Health Economist at Arden & GEM shares how health economics can be applied practically to conduct population health analysis.
A case study to evaluate the effectiveness of an innovation to enable people with complex care needs to be discharged from hospital has been published in the Wiley ‘Health and Social Care in the Community’ journal.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU will be exhibiting at the summit to share our transformational solutions including; business intelligence tools and techniques that can support population health management, mental health service improvement programmes spanning geographic and organisational boundaries, and solutions for reducing clinical variation.
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