Research Associate, Health Team (Systems Group)
Research associate, Health Team, Systems Group, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.
Sharvit Fialco has worked at MJB since 2020. Her main research area is health economics. She has extensive experience working as an economist in hi-tech companies.
She has a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s in applied economics, both from the College of Management Academic Studies.
She can be contacted by email at [email protected].
Population Survey on the Level of Service and Health Care System Performance in 2021-2022
The multi-year goal of the series of biennial surveys is to examine various aspects of the health care system performance: patients’ perspectives regarding their care experience and satisfaction with the level of service; the quality of the primary and secondary care services; public trust in the health care system; service accessibility and availability; and the use of telehealth services. Other issues were also examined in the 2021-2022 survey: the use of telehealth services, examined from a broader perspective; preventive medicine; home hospitalization as an alternative to inpatient hospital care; satisfaction with the health plans during the COVID-19 pandemic; and language accessibility.
Attitudes and Perceptions of Selected Population Groups Regarding the Health System and the Use of Its Services: Secondary Analysis of the Population Survey on the Level of Service and Healthcare System Performance in 2018
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.
Brammli-Greenberg, S., Fialco, S., Shtauber, N., & Weiss, Y. (2022). Sex differences in care complexity and cost of cardiac-related procedures as a basis for improving hospital payments systems. The European Journal of Health Economics. doi.org/10.1007/s10198-022-01496-0