The incredible potential to improve global health delivery through appropriate use of health information technology (HIT) drives discussion in this community. Members connect to learn about feasibility, planning, and implementation of a broad spectrum of HIT projects, including electronic medical record systems and mobile devices.
Ms. Yasmin Chandani is the director of the inSupply Project, implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. Trained in epidemiology and public health, Ms. Chandani has been involved in all aspects of supply chain management of essential health commodities for over eighteen years, supporting and advising national governments and NGOs. Ms. Chandani spent the previous five years leading the the Supply Chains for Community Case Management (SC4CCM) Project, which worked both at the community level strengthening supply chain systems and at a global level working with partners on global forecasting and market shaping for health products. Prior to the SC4CCM project, Ms. Chandani served as a thought leader on the DELIVER Project. In this role, she designed and strengthened HIV/AIDS supply chains to meet the needs of prevention, care, and treatment programs that had begun to emerge in the early 2000s. As part of this work, Ms. Chandani was instrumental in developing and adapting forecast methodologies for these products to capture the nuances of these products and programs. Ms. Chandani is known for her rigorous attention to quality and her persistent emphasis on skills transfer and systematic, systemic institutionalization.Affiliated Organizations
Bangalore Medical collegeWork Locations
NHS Education for ScotlandWork Locations