Israel's health care system is a world leader in delivering quality health care. Still, the system faces major challenges with regard to morbidity, accessibility and availability of services, infrastructure and staffing, and the organization of the health service system. These challenges have become even more acute in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MJB's Smokler Center for Health Policy Research provides independent and objective research to inform policymaking on crucial national health policy issues through assessments of current challenges and by proposing programmatic directions for addressing these challenges.
Systems Research Group Leader and Director of the Smokler Center for Health Policy Research
This review is the first stage in a broad research project designed to assess and regulate the committees’ work. It is designed to examine policy and practices in health systems in Israel and worldwide, to answer the following questions: (1) What are the best health system practices for locating and treating domestic violence victims? (2) What mechanisms are in place in other countries to detect and treat domestic violence victims?
The goal of this study was to examine the extent to which parents of elementary school students were familiar and willing to comply with the framework.
The goals of this study are to examine the changes in the number of health plan members and the market shares of the health plans over the period 1994 to 2019 as well as the factors that led to these changes.
The objectives of this study are toIdentify differences between Jews born in Israel along with veteran immigrants, Arabs and post-1990 immigrants in various aspects related to the health system: patterns of using health services; foregoing health services; having voluntary insurances and seeking services outside the public system; satisfaction with the health plans and health system; and trust in the health system.