inSupply Health Publications
What should you deliver by unmanned aerial systems?
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and systems (UASs) have significant potential to improve the availability of health products in hard-to-reach locations. JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) and our partners LLamasoft and the Nichols Group wrote this paper to provide countries and public health stakeholders with objective guidance on how to make informed decisions about which health products to prioritize for delivery and by which type of UAS platform to achieve the six ‘rights’ of a supply chain.
Quantification of Health Commodities: DMPA-SC Companion Guide
This quantification guide specific to subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC) aims to help family planning program managers, supply chain/logistics managers, and procurement officers confront the significant challenges in estimating and planning for commodity needs as programs introduce and integrate provision of DMPA-SC.
Using Data to Keep Vaccines Potent
The ELMA Foundation funded study assessed whether using remote temperature monitoring (RTM) devices and a structured, problem-solving and action-oriented approach for data use will facilitate better vaccine management.
cStock Kenya: Making lifesaving health commodities available at community level using DHIS2
This two-page overview of the Saving Lives at Birth cStock project details the use of cStock and IMPACT teams to ensure commodity availability for community health workers in Kenya.
Piloting cStock in Siaya County: Endline Evaluation Report
After two years of implementation in Siaya County, Kenya, this report details the effectiveness and impact of the cStock approach and IMPACT teams towards ensuring commodity availability for community health workers.
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Placing People, Data, & Processes at the Heart of Supply Chain Improvement
JSI and inSupply’s signature IMPACT team approach to supply chain problem-solving, action planning, and quality improvement has been implemented in 10 countries with demonstrable improvements in supply chain performance and product availability.