ד"ר שולי ברמלי גרינברג

ד"ר שולי ברמלי גרינברג

חוקרת מומחית בכירה, ראש צוות כלכלת בריאות, ראש צוות יז"פ

מדיניות הבריאות

מאמרים מכתבי עת

Waitzberg, R., Quentin, W., Daniels, E., Perman, V., Brammli-Greenberg, S., Busse, R., & Greenberg, D. (2019). The 2010 expansion of activity-based hospital payment in israel: An evaluation of effects at the ward level. BMC Health Services Research, 19(1), 292. doi.org/10.1186/s12913-019-4083-4

Brammli-Greenberg, S., Glazer, J., & Shapiro, E. (2018). The inverse U-shaped Religion–Health connection among Israeli Jews. Journal of Religion and Health57(2), 738-750.

Gil, Z., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2018). An algorithm for improving hospital performance measures: A department-centered approach. Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal9(4), e0028. doi:10.5041/RMMJ.10352

Haimi, M., Brammli-Greenberg, S., Waisman, Y., & Baron-Epel, O. (2018). Physicians’ experiences, attitudes and challenges in a pediatric telemedicine service. Pediatric Research84(5), 650-656.

Brammli-Greenberg, S., Waitzberg, R., Perman, V., & Gamzu, R. (2016). Why and how did Israel adopt activity-based hospital payment? The procedure-related group incremental reform. Health Policy 120(10), 1171-1176. doi:S0168-8510(16)30213-5

Brammli-Greenberg, S., Waitzberg, R., Medina-Artom, T., & Adijes-Toren, A. (2014). Low-budget policy tool to empower Israeli insureds to demand their rights in the healthcare system. Health Policy118(3), 279-284.

Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., Rabinowitz, J., Gordon, B., & Afek, A. (2011). Disparities in obesity temporal trends of Israeli adolescents by ethnic origin. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity6(sup3), 154.

Rosen, B., Brammli-Greenberg, S., Gross, R., & Feldman, R. (2011). When co-payments for physician visits can affect supply as well as demand: Findings from a natural experiment in Israel's national health insurance system. International Journal of Health Planning and Management26(2), e37. doi:10.1002/hpm.1039

Zwanziger, J., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2011). Strong government influence over the Israeli health care system has led to low rates of spending growth. Health Affairs30(9), 1779-1785.

Bin-Nun, G., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2009). Economic aspects of the insurance reform in mental health. Psychiatry12, 14-19.

Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., Gordon, B., Rabinowitz, J., & Afek, A. (2009). Population-based trends in male adolescent obesity in Israel 1967–2003. Journal of Adolescent Health44(2), 195-198.

Rosen, B., Nirel, N., Gross, R., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2009). The Israeli mental health insurance reform: A framework for a systematic and coordinated evaluation effort. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics12, S37.

Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Rosen Bruce. (2007). Co-payments: The implications for service accessibility and equity. Law and Business6, 197-224.

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2007). Factors affecting primary care physicians' perceptions of health system reform in Israel: Professional autonomy versus organizational affiliation. Social Science and Medicine64(7), 1450-1462. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2006.11.012

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Benbassat, J. (2007). The association between inquiry about emotional distress and women's satisfaction with their family physician: Findings from a national survey. Women and Health45(1), 51-67. doi:10.1300/J013v45n01_04

Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., Tabenkin, H., & Benbassat, J. (2007). Primary care physicians' discussion of emotional distress and patient satisfaction. The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine37(3), 331-345.

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., Schoen, C., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Simantov, E. (2006). Health counseling for women in the absence of financial barriers: Comparing reported counseling rates of women in the United States and Israel. Women & Health43(1), 1-18.

Gross, R., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2004). Evaluating the effect of regulatory prohibitions against risk selection by health status on supplemental insurance ownership in Israel. Social Science & Medicine58(9), 1609-1622.

Bentur, N., Gross, R., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2004). Satisfaction with and access to community care of the chronically ill in Israel's health system. Health Policy67(2), 129-136.

Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Bentur, N. (2003). Women caring for disabled parents and other relatives: Implications for social workers in the health services. Social Work in Health Care37(4), 19-37. doi:10.1300/J010v37n04_02

Schoen, C., Simantov, E., Gross, R., Brammli, S., & Leiman, J. (2003). Disparities in women's health and health care experiences in the United States and Israel: Findings from 1998 national women's health surveys. Women & Health37(1), 49-70.

Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Remennick, L. (2001). Self-rated health status and health care utilization among immigrant and non-immigrant Israeli Jewish women. Women & Health34(3), 53-69.

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2001). Gatekeeping: A challenge in the management of primary care physicians. Journal of Management in Medicine15(4), 283-302.

Tabenkin, H., Gross, R., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Steinmetz, D. (2001). Primary care physicians in Israel: Self-perception of their role in the healthcare system and policy makers' and patients' perception of them as gatekeepers. The Israel Medical Association Journal3(12), 893-897.

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2000). What do primary care physicians think of Israel's health policy reform? Harefuah139(1-2), 1-8.

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., & Brammli-Greenberg, S. (2000). Who needs a gatekeeper? Patients' views of the role of the primary care physician. Family Practice17(3), 222-229.

Gross, R., Tabenkin, H., Brammli-Greenberg, S., & Schwartzman, P. (1998). Patients’ opinions of the role of the primary care physician: Implications for the organization of health services. Harefuah134(2), 81-88.

Tabenkin, H., Gross, R., Brammli, S., & Shvartzman, P. (1998). Patients' views of direct access to specialists: An Israeli experience. The Israel Medical Association279(24), 1943-1948.

מאמרים מספרים

Brammli-Greenberg, S., Glazer, J., & Shmueli, A. (2018). Regulated competition and health plan payment under the national health insurance law in Israel—The unfinished story. In T. McGuire, & R. V. Kleef (Eds.), Risk adjustment, risk sharing and premium regulation in health insurance markets (pp. 365-395). Amsterdam: Elsevier Publishing.

Brammli-Greenberg, S., Waitzberg, R., Perman, V., & Gamzu, R. (2016). How Israel reimburses hospitals based on activity: The procedure-related group (PRG) incremental reform. In OECD (Ed.), Better ways to pay for health care. Paris: OECD Publishing.