In PSI’s latest issue of Pulse, our digital quarterly report, we explore how smart innovation is feeding the pipeline for tomorrow’s health interventions around the globe — from teen centered programs actually created by teens to new ways to collect and analyze critical data to inform smarter decisions.
Here’s a preview:
PSI has pioneered the way nonprofits use data to make decisions. PSI now houses one of the most expansive global health databases in the world. Using the open source health information software, District Health Information System 2 (DHIS2), PSI collects data from more than 40 countries across four continents … and counting.
275,463 pieces of data submitted in the last 30 days to PSI’s DHIS2 database.