Community services in Nottinghamshire were fragmented, meaning patients experienced inconsistent levels of care and a lack of coordination between providers.
NHS England sought procurement support across its portfolio of directly commissioned services.
We provided intensive support around the development of logic models for vanguard sites, in partnership with Methods Advisory and the University of Kent (UoK).
Exploring the use of co-production in a whole system redesign, focusing initially on improving services for people with Long Term Conditions across Worcestershire.
To tackle misuse of A&E, NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit (CSU) strengthened the impact of NHS England’s winter pressures campaign at a local level by developing an integrated regional campaign on behalf of 14 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).
Recognising the need for creative solutions to tackle health challenges, NHS Arden & GEM CSU has worked with The Young Foundation to understand and build capacity among the third sector to provide services that could address current and future care needs.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU worked with Warwickshire North CCG and George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust to lead a project which has transformed urgent and emergency care services. Six months into the change, the number of A&E attendees managed through the urgent care centre has now reached 31%.