Rachel AraziVisiting Researcher
Rachel Arazi is a Guest Researcher at the Taub Center. Her areas of research are perspectives on health policy and the negative implications of new technologies, mega data in health, and economic perspectives of the healthcare system. She works on the development and advancement of research options with mega data in the healthcare system and those systems that interface with it through developing joint work that crosses sectors and that examines enabling regulation.
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 mega data for acute hospitalizations. She holds a master’s degree in healthcare systems management from the University of Haifa (her thesis dealt with the financial coverage of insurance for medicines in the healthcare system in Israel in light of the rising costs of medical technologies) as well as a degree in business administration from Ben-Gurion University and genetics from Tel Aviv University. In the past, Arazi has been a lecturer in the master’s program in healthcare systems management at the Ono Academic College.