Technology is an essential ingredient for resilient and responsive patient-centered health systems. From mobile data collection to unmanned aerial drones, countries and partners around the world are finding innovative ways to use the latest technologies.
For nearly four decades, JSI has applied a collaborative, user-centered approach to designing, building, deploying, and managing digital solutions with specific expertise in mobile health, health information systems (HIS), and electronic logistics management information systems (eLMIS).
Our expertise is underpinned by our understanding of the day-to-day public health realities faced by our government counterparts. We improve information management across the full public health spectrum, including immunization, health supply chain management, maternal, newborn and child health, and nutrition to enable better decision making at all levels of the health system. As a trusted partner to governments, donors, and multilateral organizations, JSI can help identify the right technology at the right time.
Our specific areas of expertise include:
| Health Information
|Mobile Solutions||Data Services|
|Technology for Health Supply Chain Management||Knowledge Management, eLearning, and Social Behavior Change Technology||Building Blocks for Applied Technology Systems|
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 LAUNCH program in Liberia trained field workers to use mobile technology to collect and store important data about the health and nutrition of people in their communities.
Under USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, JSI leads the child health,immunization, and pediatric HIV activities.
The USAID DELIVER PROJECT's mHealth initiative is training medical commodity purveyors in Tanzania to track inventory using mobile phone technology.
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.
A logisitcs management information system website designed by the USAID DELIVER PROJECT in Bangladesh is honored as Best Government Initiative.
JSI provides technical assistance, tools, and technology to maintain and evolve the Partnership Information Management System—an online data management system that serves 235 PEPFAR-supported partners working to reduce the burden of HIV and AIDS.
LAUNCH was a USAID Food for Peace (FFP) program that worked to improve food security of vulnerable people living in the rural Bong and Nimba counties of Liberia.
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.