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The Publications Unit provides editorial, translation, and publishing services for the research staff and collaborating organizations. To date, the Institute has published almost 1400 publications in various fields of research. Publications from 2000 and onwards can be downloaded in full text from the Institute website.

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 January 2010 – April 2014

 

 

 

 

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External Publication: Learning from Success: The Support Centers for Students with Learning Disabilities in Academic Institutions

External Publication: Learning from Success: The Support Centers for Students with Learning Disabilities in Academic Institutions

2016
Program for Informal Jewish Education Professionals in the Former Soviet Union: Evaluation Study

Program for Informal Jewish Education Professionals in the Former Soviet Union: Evaluation Study

2016
The  Elderly in  Israel – The  2015 Statistical Abstract

The Elderly in Israel – The 2015 Statistical Abstract

2016
Regulating the Stay of Children at Emergency Centers of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Services

Regulating the Stay of Children at Emergency Centers of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Services

2016
External Publication: Why and how did Israel adopt activity-based hospital payment? The Procedure-Related Group incremental reform

External Publication: Why and how did Israel adopt activity-based hospital payment? The Procedure-Related Group incremental reform

Since 2002, Israel has been adopting "Procedure-Related Group" (PRG) as hospital payments. It also set consistent costing and pricing mechanisms. One objective was to improve regulators’ capacity to set policy, supervise and control. Regulators, purchasers and providers were involved in the designing the reform. PRGs are a simple alternative to DRGs when no sufficient data is available.
2016
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