We're a new kind of organisation that’s here to show what’s possible: tech that does good, at scale, for the future.
We work out what will make people’s lives better, what matters the most, and what the market isn’t doing. We listen to people. We build prototypes, and make them work for the people who are actually going to use them. For everyone, by everyone.
As part of our recent work around end of life care, we did some research into the current use of digital services available to patients. We mapped the levels of online GP bookings across England's CCGs, and looked at this against the Indices of Multiple Deprivation.
Over the course of the Go ON Boroughs programme, Doteveryone has collaborated with more than 50 partners, ranging from our Principal Partners to community groups. Here we reflect on some of the benefits, challenges and dynamics of working with such a diverse range of organisations.
Our latest blog is a guest post by Henrik Bjørn Oldenborg from DukaPC one of our Go ON Croydon partners.
DukaPC is the lead partner of Doteveryone’s ‘Older Peoples’ deep dive project that forms part of the initiative to promote Basic Digital Skills (BDS) to Croydon residents. The project is in collaboration with three other partners (Digital Inc., Croydon Council and Metropolitan Police Cadets).