Intelligent use of data can transform public health in Brazil
We work to improve data collection and analysis of public health services
What We do
We are a non-profit organization that works side by side with states and municipalities to improve the collection and analysis of data from health services and, thus, positively impact the lives of the population.
How We do
We transform data
in useful information for management to understand scenarios and continuously improve the provision of public services.
analysis and visualization of open data for use by states and municipalities.
in the daily routine of governments, the development of customized solutions for local realities, in our territorial projects.
Voices of our partners
Mapping the coverage of primary care is a dream of ours as a management and you are contributing too much to this.
We were in a very difficult phase, with little and conflicting information coming from all sides. Impulso's support added up a lot to find the balance point.
The Rio Grande do Sul Data Committee informs the governor of the response to the Covid-19 crisis in the state. Impulso members are part of this group and have helped us a lot in decision making.
Disclosures and Awards
We created an online platform to support Brazilian municipalities and states in responding to the coronavirus, with tools and specialized assistance. Get to know CoronaCidades.
Covid-19 data panel in Ceará
The main indicators of Covid-19 in the state of Ceará collected and updated continuously on a dashboard.
Automation of the Covid data bulletin in Amapá
The automation of the Amapá newsletter guaranteed more information reliability and the redirection of more than 100 weekly hours of servers to other activities of response to the coronavirus.
You can support our projects and help strengthen SUS with data and technology.
Master in International Development from Harvard University, with experience in the Government of the State of São Paulo and in the Ayrton Senna Institute.
Master in International Development from Harvard University, with experience at the São Paulo City Hall and Harvard Government Performance Lab.