Our award-winning Service Transformation team has a proven track record of working in partnership with clients to design, develop, implement and evaluate cost effective service transformation projects. We help you to solve problems by delivering new models of care which improve patient outcomes and experience, making services more efficient and sustainable.
We bring you a pragmatic, practical approach to help you to move from the ‘what’ through to the ‘how’. We don’t just stop at strategy, strategic outline case or business case development, we also provide implementation support, project management office (PMO) and evaluation.
Our team combines senior level transformation experience, clinical expertise and direct experience of working for acute trusts, commissioning organisations, local authorities and third sector organisations. They are supported by our 300 clinical staff that provide specialist expertise where needed.
As part of the NHS family, we understand the pressures you face in delivering better patient care alongside greater efficiencies. We have unrivalled expertise in the development and delivery of integrated, cost-effective care across regions - incorporating health and social care, community, acute, mental and physical health services.
In addition to our in house expertise, we have an established network of partners with national and international experience to enhance redesign capabilities where needed.
“The Arden & GEM team recognised the need for excellent communication and remained focussed on solutions and good outcomes, with an end result of all local transformation plans being assured and deadlines being met.”
Joanna Yellon, Head of Assurance, Operations & Delivery at NHS England Health Services
Find out more about our multi award-winning service transformation team by accessing the resources below.
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.
As part of its ambition to ensure NHS library and knowledge services (LKS) are integral to informed decision-making and innovation, Health Education England tasked Arden & GEM with delivering a series of workshops that would upskill library staff to be able to provide evidence to support the needs of managers and commissioners.
Arden & GEM has been successfully appointed to the Transforming Organisations, Partnerships and Systems (Transform) framework, officially launched by the East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub to replace the Commissioning Partnership framework with a refreshed and extended offering.
To support Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) in the Midlands and East of England to successfully bid for exemplar status in the future, Arden & GEM CSU led a programme of qualitative research and analysis to better understand the current status of the region in key areas that support digital patient record sharing.
Representatives from Arden & GEM will be exhibiting at the forthcoming King’s Fund event ‘Primary Care Networks: delivering integrated services at a neighbourhood level’ to share our solutions for transforming primary care including at-scale delivery, operational support, intelligent use of data and embracing new technology.
Arden & GEM’s transformation team was approached by Mapmyhealth to undertake a qualitative evaluation of the information and evidence needed when making commissioning decisions about diabetes self-management education offerings.
NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM) and the Satellite Applications Catapult have agreed a formal partnership to further embed the potential of satellite technology within digital healthcare transformation.
With the deadline by which practices must join a primary care network (PCN) just a day away. Chris Davies, our transformation partner, asks if you are ready for the changes this will bring.
Arden & GEM’s innovation partnership with the Satellite Applications Catapult, and a number of commercial and research partners, to develop a new approach to conducting endoscopies was highlighted in the latest report published by PUBLIC, “Buying into the Future: How to Deliver Innovation Through Public Procurement”.
With the deadline for practices to join a Primary Care Network (PCN) fast approaching, Arden & GEM’s service transformation team is working with practices and federations to support the start of this journey.
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