Applied TechnologyTechnology is an essential ingredient for resilient and responsive patient-centered health systems. From mobile data collection to unmanned aerial drones, JSI is helping countries and partners around the world find innovative ways to use the latest technologies. JSI is a leader in developing contextually appropriate applied technologies with specific expertise in mobile health, health information systems (HIS), and electronic logistics management information systems (eLMIS). For nearly four decades, JSI has applied a collaborative, user-centered approaches to designing, building, deploying, and managing digital solutions.
We understand the day-to-day public health realities faced by our government counterparts. As a global leader in public health, JSI works across the full public health spectrum to enable better decision making at all levels of the health system.
EDUP strengthens the collection and use of high-quality routine information to improve the quality, efficiency, and availability of Ethiopia's primary health and nutrition services.
The USAID DELIVER PROJECT employed commercial delivery methods to provide a steady, accurate supply of health commodities to hard-to-access regions in Zimbabwe.
inSupply is a learning project aimed at improving the performance and efficiency of supply chains by increasing the effective use of data and introducing management best practices to strengthen system outcomes.
The Logistics Management Information System, designed by the USAID DELIVER PROJECT and employed by the central health commodity warehouse in Lusaka, Zambia, is recognized for its excellence in increasing efficiency of the health commodity supply chain.
M-SIP strengthened the quality of facility- and community-based routine program data through both routine and capacity building Data Quality Assurance audits of PEPFAR implementing partners and other Mozambican stakeholders.
JSI's Technical Assistance to the New Partners program helps reform the health information system used by The Matibabu Foundation, a community-based public health organization in Ukwala, Kenya.
MEval-SIFSA is building the capacity of the South African government, PEPFAR, and their implementing partners to produce information that contributes to sustainable policy, planning, and programmatic decisions.
The Oromia Health Bureau in Ethiopia receives an information system overhaul from JSI's Health Management Information Systems project.
As a MEASURE Evaluation partner, JSI has provided technical support in developing countries to build the capacity of individuals and organizations to collect and analyze technically sound data, and use that data for health decisionmaking.
JSI is assisting the Ethiopian Ministry of Health with the design and implementation of a national health management information and monitoring and evaluation system.