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Welcome to our website

Welcome to ARCC’s Insights page.


We hope this space will, in time, be dedicated to talking about our tools and resources, the work we do in the health and social care sector in the UK and offering opinions, guidance and thought leadership on a range of related topics.

We help our clients deal with tough challenges such as:

  • Figuring out how to best meet the needs of local populations, whether it be through helping people live well with their families, their communities and on their own

  • Identifying the future health and care needs of populations

  • Affording and paying the right price for care

  • Working together across hospitals, social work teams, community providers and the local infrastructure to build connections and improve services for people

  • Explore and implement solutions to help the public sector deliver better quality services, for the same or less

  • Organising the internal processes of public sector organisations, reducing bureaucracy in the system and ensuring that more people can be serviced in a shorter amount of time

  • Making sure “complexity” doesn’t break the system


social care care workers looking after elderly people
Elderly people with care worker

All of the above are hard tasks to deal with and, as a consultancy, whilst we bring our own experience to tackling these issues, we are always learning, and therefore having a platform for this growth in knowledge is important for us.

We are also clear we can’t do this on our own: we are, at best, an objective motivator to the internal processes and systems of the organisation, and so we must empower leaders and their employees in order to implement changes, and make them stick.

We hope this space will be repository of some of our best thoughts to complement our programmes of work across Councils, private providers and other large public sector organisations in the UK.

We’d love to hear your thoughts, comments and what makes you hopeful or worried about health, social care and community support.

Welcome to our website.

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