Using our global presence and more than 50 years of experience to tackle the health challenges affecting people around the world.

Our
Practice Areas

We approach care from the consumers’ perspective, improve the market for products and services, and develop solutions that are affordable, convenient and effective, to help make universal health coverage more of a reality.

PSI looks at all programming through the lens of gender, including the impact that violence has on access to health services.

Consumer Powered
Healthcare

Not only are we helping to build sustainable solutions for the world’s most serious health issues, but we’re also creating a healthcare experience that treats beneficiaries like consumers—starting with putting more care and control directly in consumers’ hands. We believe consumer-powered healthcare results in better healthcare.

And, we’re making some bold commitments to help reimagine healthcare.

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Put more care and control in consumers’ hands

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02

Revolutionize the way adolescents access contraception

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03

Improve primary care networks

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04

Unlock domestic financing

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Case Study: #thevword (yes, we mean vagina)

“In my country, women’s reproductive health is taboo,” says  Johannesburg-based social media influencer Xoli Gcabashe. “The archaic rules of menstrual etiquette require women to hide

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Case Study: Unlocking Domestic Resources

Explore how an online platform is unlocking domestic resources in Uttar Pradesh, allowing healthcare providers to deliver on their commitment to quality, consumer-powered care.

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Bringing HIV Science to the People and People to HIV Science

We leverage a consumer-powered approach to design people-centered, insights-driven, and evidence-based HIV solutions – at scale.

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What are respectful services? Women and healthcare providers weigh in.

Community dialogues following a formative qualitative study conducted by Kampala Slum Maternal Newborn Health (MaNe) project, provided insights into the challenges of providing and receiving quality respectful maternal and newborn care in the urban slums of Kampala.

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Marisa Bass

To Achieve UHC, Focus on these Three Priorities  

PSI Board Member Marisa Bass offers the three priorities that the public health community must focus on to stay on track to achieving UHC by 2030.

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Making Diaphragms Cool Again: Bringing an Old Method to a New Audience

While existing contraceptive methods haven’t gained traction in Niger, diaphragms are becoming a compelling, non-hormonal option for women dissatisfied with other available options.

+ Read More

Case Study: #thevword (yes, we mean vagina)

“In my country, women’s reproductive health is taboo,” says  Johannesburg-based social media influencer Xoli Gcabashe. “The archaic rules of menstrual etiquette require women to hide

+ Read More

Case Study: Unlocking Domestic Resources

Explore how an online platform is unlocking domestic resources in Uttar Pradesh, allowing healthcare providers to deliver on their commitment to quality, consumer-powered care.

+ Read More

Bringing HIV Science to the People and People to HIV Science

We leverage a consumer-powered approach to design people-centered, insights-driven, and evidence-based HIV solutions – at scale.

+ Read More

What are respectful services? Women and healthcare providers weigh in.

Community dialogues following a formative qualitative study conducted by Kampala Slum Maternal Newborn Health (MaNe) project, provided insights into the challenges of providing and receiving quality respectful maternal and newborn care in the urban slums of Kampala.

+ Read More
Marisa Bass

To Achieve UHC, Focus on these Three Priorities  

PSI Board Member Marisa Bass offers the three priorities that the public health community must focus on to stay on track to achieving UHC by 2030.

+ Read More

Making Diaphragms Cool Again: Bringing an Old Method to a New Audience

While existing contraceptive methods haven’t gained traction in Niger, diaphragms are becoming a compelling, non-hormonal option for women dissatisfied with other available options.

+ Read More

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