Wanted: Reduction of the Private in Privatized Healthcare Services in Israel
Israel’s healthcare system will continue to exist as a mixed public-private model. The balance between the two – the public and the private — is of critical importance, if we aspire to equality in access to healthcare.
Budgeting Resilience Centers: Professional Decisions or Political Pressures?
What led the government to allocate additional funds exclusively to resilience centers in the West Bank, despite data suggesting a higher demand for strengthening resilience centers in the south due to an increased number of traumatic stress victims?
Coronavirus Crisis: Cheers are not enough!
Israelis stood on their balconies to cheer and thank the medical teams in the hospitals who diligently cared for corona patients. It was a beautiful, heartwarming gesture. Now, this show of appreciation should be translated into improving working conditions in the hospitals
The Care Deficit: What it Means and How it Can be Reduced
The report examines the care economy in Israel and focuses on two case studies: childcare and care for the elderly. While looking at patterns of public and private investment, and what is required for a care economy that promotes fairness