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JSI Health Services works with public and private sector clients throughout the United States to address the most challenging health care issues. We are successful because we achieve optimal results for our clients through collaborative, customized approaches and our shared desire to improve the health of individuals and communities, in particular underserved and vulnerable populations.

JSI Health Services staff bring a deep understanding of health issues and vast knowledge of technical areas in health care. Our reputation is built on the dedication and excellence of our staff in meeting and exceeding client expectations—and our long-term relationships with many clients prove that success. Our professional staff have advanced degrees and expertise gained from working directly in public and private health sectors.

JSI is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and has eight offices across the United States.


Featured Projects

Jeanne Day - Senior Technical Staff

Collection of Healthcare Personnel Influenza Vaccination Data in Massachusetts Healthcare Facilities

JSI worked with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to collect and analyze health care personnel influenza vaccine coverage data for the 2015-2016 influenza season from health care facilities in Massachusetts.

Natalie Truesdell - Program Manager

Assessing Maternal and Child Health in Western New York

JSI conducted interviews and site visits with a range of maternal and child health providers to better understand the capacity and strengths of the maternal and child health system in Western New York.

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Vermont Asthma Program Evaluation and Technical Assistance Services

This project promotes comprehensive asthma control services in Vermont and reduce the burden of asthma in the state, particularly targeting populations experiencing the greatest burden.