JSI at HSR 2022

Health Systems Performance in the Political Agenda: Sharing Lessons for Current and Future Global Challenges

October 31 – November 4, 2022 | Bogota, Colombia

JSI is proud to be a sponsor of the 7th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, HSR2022. We look forward to learning, discussing, collaborating, and sharing our insights with global colleagues, as we strive toward building stronger data-driven and resilient health systems for all. Join our sessions in-person or virtually, visit our posters, stop by JSI’s booth #20 and MOMENUTM’s table #E-5, and follow along on social media with #JSIatHSR2022.

We will also be hosting an in-person side event and reception, “Data in the Right Hands: Using data & information systems to drive responsive, person-centered care,” on November 2. Please register to reserve your seat.

Conference Materials

JSI Satellite Session, Presentations, and Posters

Satellite Sessions

Virtual: Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Public Health and Supply Chain
Tuesday, October 25 | 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM | Register to Attend
JSI, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Health Care Without Harm, and Ministry of Health Zambia
JSI Center for Health Logistics

From Theory to Practice: How to Plan, Monitor and Adapt MNCH/FP/RH Programs in the COVID-19 Era
Monday, October 31 | 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM | Room B/C
Soumya Alva, Danielson Kennedy, Amanda Pomeroy
MOMENTUM Knowledge Accelerator, inSupply, Building Healthy Cities

The Financing and Delivery of Immunization: Transition from Funding the COVID-19 Pandemic Response to Recovery of Routine Immunization
Tuesday, November 1 | 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. | Level 3, Room J
Grace Chee
MOMENTUM Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity (MRITE)

Presentations & Panels

How can learning health systems accelerate Universal Health Care achievement? Lessons learned from the African Health Initiative
Monday, October 31 | 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Level 3, Room K
Mesoud Mohammed (Ethiopia MOH), Binyam Tilahun (University of Gondar)
Ethiopia Data Use Partnership (DUP)

Contribution of the Private Sector in Health Systems Resilience and Reform – Stronger together beyond COVID
Tuesday, November 1 | 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. | Room B/C
Daniel Otzoy Garcia

JSI’s Center for Digital Health

Improving Sub-National Health System Management Capacity: Learning from the Reach Every District/ Reach Every Community (RED/REC) strategy in immunization and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic
Wednesday, November 2 | 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. | Level 3, Room J
Enrique Paz

MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience (MIHR)

Two Different Roads Lead to Rome: A case study of Guinea and Kenya Cold Chain Equipment Optimization Platform implementation and lessons for other countries
Friday, November 4 | 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Level 3, Room N
Emily Stammer

Cold Chain Equipment Optimization Platform (CCEOP) Evaluation

Using the Health Information Systems Stages of Continuous Improvement to develop the eHealth Strategy in Serbia
Friday, November 4 | 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Level 3, Room N
Steve Ollis, Milan Kovacevic, and Derek Kunaka

Country Health Information Systems and Data Use (CHISU)

Pathways to Improve HIS in Ethiopia: Current Maturity Status and Its Implications
Friday, November 4 | 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Level 3, Room N
Amanuel Biru


Improving Local Governance of Health Care Provision through a Participatory Community Dialogue Approach to Mitigate Health Stressors in a Humanitarian Setting
Friday, November 4 | 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. | Level 3 – ÑO
Yibeltal Tebekaw, Nadia Olson

Yemen Systems, Health, and Resiliency Project (SHARP)

Academic-Government Partnership to Improve Quality and Use of Routine Health Data: lessons from the Capacity Building and Mentorship Program in Ethiopia
Wednesday, November 2 | 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. | Level 3, Room LM
Naod Wendrad (MOH Ethiopia), Afrah Mohammedsanni


Wednesday, November 2 – Friday, November 4 | 3rd & 4th Floors

Integrating Gender in Health Information System Strengthening: Experiences and lessons from seven countries
Stephanie Watson-Grant
Country Health Information Systems and Data Use (CHISU)

Are TB Patients Receiving Patient-Centered Care? A Multi-country Comparison
Nikki Davis
TB Data, Impact Assessment, and Communications Hub (TB DIAH)

Driving Health Systems Equity and Effectiveness: Optimizing the use of human-centered design
Anne LaFond
JSI’s Center for Health Information Monitoring and Evaluation

Tirer Parti de la Collaboration Multisectorielle en Réponse aux Zoonoses au Burkina Faso pour une Réponse Face au Covid-19
Rahim Kebe

Implementation Research Logic Model for the Design and Implementation of Strategies to Improve Delivery of Possible Serious Bacterial Infection during COVID-19 Pandemic in Ethiopia
Gizachew Tadele
Mitigating Neonatal Mortality Coalition Grant 3

Implementation Research for Testing Digitally Enabled Performance Management Innovations for Improving Maternal and Child Health Service Provision and Outcomes: Baseline assessment report
Dessalew Emaway
Ethiopia Last Ten Kilometers (L10K)

Designing Approaches of Community Engagement Strategies to Link Communities with the Primary Health Care System in Ethiopia
Dessalew Emaway

Implementation Fidelity of the Adaptive Implementation Strategies for Management of PSBI during COVID-19 Pandemic
Nebreed Fesseha and Gizachew Tadele

Impact of Conflict and COVID-19 on Maternal Health Services Utilization in Southern Yemen
Yibeltal Tebekaw, Nadia Olson
Yemen Systems, Health, and Resiliency Project (SHARP)

Maternal Service Coverage & Its Relationship with Health Information System Performance of Nearby Health Facilities: Linked Facility and Population-Based Survey, Ethiopia
Dr. Abebaw Geneyehu
Ethiopia Data Use Partnership

The Role of Digital Technology in the Fight against COVID-19 Pandemic: Experiences from Ethiopia
Biruhtesfa Abere and Eyasu Ashebier
Ethiopia Digital Health Activity (DHA)

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