Rachel Arazi

Visiting Researcher

Rachel Arazi is a Guest Researcher at the Taub Center. Her research areas include health policy and the influence of new technologies, big data in health, and economic aspects of the healthcare system. In addition, she is working on promoting regulatory changes to allow better use of big data for research.

Arazi is a doctoral student in management at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. The topic of her dissertation is the development of guidelines for an economic model based on big data for acute home hospitalizations. She holds a master’s degree in healthcare systems management from the University of Haifa, and two additional master degrees. In the past, Arazi has been a lecturer in the master’s program in healthcare systems management at the Ono Academic College.