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Israel Journal of Health Policy Research

Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 1/2013

Ausgabe 1/2013

Inhaltsverzeichnis ( 50 Artikel )

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The effect of clinical interventions on hospital readmissions: a meta-review of published meta-analyses

Jochanan Benbassat, Mark I Taragin

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The Long-Term Care Insurance Program in Israel: solidarity with the elderly in a changing society

Sharon Asiskovitch

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

How to provide and pay for long term care of an aging population is an international concern

Marsha Gold

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Interventions for reducing readmissions – are we barking up the right tree?

Ran D Balicer, Efrat Shadmi, Avi Israeli

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Adjusting health expenditure for military spending and interest payment: Israel and the OECD countries

Amir Shmueli, Avi Israeli

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Should Israel screen all mothers-to-be to prevent early-onset of neonatal group B streptococcal disease? A cost-utility analysis

Gary M Ginsberg, Arthur I Eidelman, Eric Shinwell, Emilia Anis, Reuven Peyser, Yoram Lotan

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Regulatory tasks of national medical associations - international comparison and the Israeli case

Malke Borow, Baruch Levi, Michelle Glekin

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Characteristics of the elderly who do not visit primary care physicians

Nira Eshel, Raanan Raz, Gabriel Chodick, Michal Guindy

01.12.2013 | Reviewer acknowledgement | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Annual acknowledgement of manuscript reviewers

Bruce Rosen, Avi Israeli

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Models of professional regulation: institutionalizing an agency relationship

Carolyn Hughes Tuohy

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Analysis of public responses to preparedness policies: the cases of H1N1 influenza vaccination and gas mask distribution

Baruch Velan, Valentina Boyko, Gilead Shenhar, Liat Lerner-Geva, Giora Kaplan

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The challenges and rewards of engaging a skeptical public

Lori Uscher-Pines, Arthur L Kellermann

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Are non-attenders a concern for primary care practice?

Vladimir Khanassov, Isabelle Vedel, Howard Bergman

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Crowd-out of defence and health spending: is Israel different from other industrialised nations?

Aaron Reeves, David Stuckler

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Rethinking the politics and implementation of health in all policies

Matthias Wismar, David McQueen, Vivian Lin, Catherine M Jones, Maggie Davies

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

A health in all policies approach to promote active, healthy lifestyle in Israel

Yannai Kranzler, Nadav Davidovich, Yonina Fleischman, Itamar Grotto, Daniel S Moran, Ruth Weinstein

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Use of a decision-analytic model in a health technology assessment: beyond measuring value for money

Sun-Young Kim

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Sustainable health information exchanges: the role of institutional factors

Meir Frankel, David Chinitz, Claudia A Salzberg, Katriel Reichman

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Choosing a medical specialty: the difference between what students want and what society needs

David M Mirvis

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Do health policy advisors know what the public wants? An empirical comparison of how health policy advisors assess public preferences regarding smoke-free air, and what the public actually prefers

Laura J Rosen, David A Rier, Greg Connolly, Anat Oren, Carla Landau, Robert Schwartz

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Israeli medical students’ perceptions of six key medical specialties

Charles Weissman, Howard Tandeter, Rachel Yaffa Zisk-Rony, Yoram G Weiss, Uriel Elchalal, Alex Avidan, Josh E Schroeder

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Israel is failing to protect its citizens from secondhand smoke: underestimating public support

Stanton A Glantz

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Improving public health by tackling climate change

Jenny Griffiths

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Climate change and health in Israel: adaptation policies for extreme weather events

Manfred S Green, Noemie Groag Pri-or, Guedi Capeluto, Yoram Epstein, Shlomit Paz

01.12.2013 | Meeting report | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Private health insurance policies in Israel: a report on the 2012 Dead Sea Conference

Gabi Bin Nun

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Meaningful use: a roadmap for the advancement of health information exchange

Michael F Furukawa

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Hospitalization of patients with schizophrenic and affective disorders in Israel in the aftermath of the structural and rehabilitation reforms

Daphna Levinson, Yaacov Lerner

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Research and data systems to promote equal access to postacute rehabilitation

Linda Resnik

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Declines in psychiatric care in inpatient settings in Israel mirror global trend

Susan H Busch, Dominic Hodgkin

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Compassion fatigue, burnout and compassion satisfaction among family physicians in the Negev area - a cross-sectional study

Nurit El-bar, Amalia Levy, Hedy S Wald, Aya Biderman

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Recent physician strike in Israel: a health system under stress?

Leonora G Weil, Gabi Bin Nun, Martin McKee

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Regional gaps in the provision of inpatient rehabilitation services for the elderly in Israel: Results of a national survey

Inbar Zucker, Irit Laxer, Iris Rasooli, Shulamit Han, Aaron Cohen, Tamar Shohat

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Addressing physician stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue: the time has come

Alan H Rosenstein

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The road to patient experience of care measurement: lessons from the United States

Eyal Zimlichman, Ronen Rozenblum, Michael L Millenson

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Expanding the use of patient reports about patient-centered care

Paul D Cleary

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Policy lessons from physicians’ strikes

Gregory P Marchildon

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Community-based urgent care in Israel and worldwide

Deena R Zimmerman

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The time is now for action research

Sara J Singer

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Urgent Care: the evolution of a revolution

Lee A Resnick

01.12.2013 | Integrative article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The case for orthopaedic medicine in Israel

Aharon S Finestone, Simon Vulfsons, Charles Milgrom, Amnon Lahad, Shlomo Moshe, Gabriel Agar, Dan Greenberg

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Oncologists’ and family physicians’ views on value for money of cancer and congestive heart failure care

Dan Greenberg, Ariel Hammerman, Shlomo Vinker, Adi Shani, Yuval Yermiahu, Peter J Neumann

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Does cancer deserve special treatment when health technologies are prioritized?

Paul Hansen

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

It’s a pain in the neck! Who can help me?

Gillian Schiller

01.12.2013 | Erratum | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Erratum to: Characteristics of the elderly who do not visit primary care physicians

Nira Eshel, Raanan Raz, Gabriel Chodick, Varda Shalev, Michal Guindy

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The growing number of female physicians: meanings, values, and outcomes

Susan P Phillips

01.12.2013 | Editorial | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

The IJHPR publishes its 100th article, and other momentous milestones

Bruce Rosen, Avi Israeli

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Becoming poor and the cutback in the demand for health services in Israel

Joseph Deutsch, Adi Lazar, Jacques Silber

01.12.2013 | Commentary | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Health policies and the relationships between socioeconomic status, access to health care, and health

Bénédicte H Apouey

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Female physicians: trends and likely impacts on healthcare in Israel

Ziona Haklai, Yael Applbaum, Orna Tal, Myriam Aburbeh, Nehama F Goldberger

01.12.2013 | Original research article | Ausgabe 1/2013 Open Access

Radiology department, human factors and organizational perspectives: using action research to improve patient safety

Osnat Tourgeman-Bashkin, David Shinar, Yoel Donchin, Ehud Zmora, Nitsa Velleman, Eugeine Libson

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