Kaleidoscope begins evaluating The Beneficial Changes Network
Kaleidoscope is delighted to be working with The Beneficial Changes Network to evaluate its success so far and examine what its priorities should be for the next stage of its work.
The Beneficial Changes Network (BCN) is a collaborative group of health and social care stakeholders. The aim of the network is to capture and share the benefits of changes that have taken place during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The BCN is preparing to enter its next phase of activity, so now is a valuable time to take stock of its work so far. The network has partnered with Kaleidoscope Health and Care and Frontier Economics to examine its achievements to date and identify where there might be opportunities for improvement. The project will last until March 2021.
Kelly Hughes from the BCN said:
“Kaleidoscope’s evaluation team brings both rigour and objectivity to the job of assessing the effectiveness of the network. The pace and scope of the changes we have seen during the course of the pandemic have been extraordinary. It is essential to seek stakeholder feedback and lessons learnt, so our members can be even better supported to meet the challenges we face over the next few years.”
Corinne Armstrong from Kaleidoscope said:
“We’re delighted to support the BCN to expand on what they achieved in 2020. This project will help them deliver their ambition to learn from the positive adaptations taking place due to the pandemic, and to embed high impact changes across the health and care sectors. The Covid-19 pandemic is challenging traditional ways of working together and it is wonderful to see this network capture and consolidate the good ideas that have made a real difference.”