Accounting framework for analyzing hospital costs in the occupied Palestinian territory by Adnan Hammad

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Published by Planning and Research Centre in Jerusalem .

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  • Hospitals -- Accounting.,
  • Hospitals -- West Bank.,
  • Hospitals -- Gaza Strip.

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Statementprincipal investigator, Adnan Hammad ; co-principal investigator, Shifa Jayousi ; co-investigators, Muhammed D. Alami, Naim Ismail.
ContributionsJayousi, Shifa., Alami, Muhammed D., Ismail, Naim., World Health Organization., Planning Research Centre.
LC ClassificationsHF5686.H7 H35 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination72, xxxiii, xx p. ;
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17246308M

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Accounting framework for analyzing hospital costs in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. The Planning and research center. Econometric estimation of country-specific hospital costs. Contents Acknowledgements 2 1. Executive summary 3 2. Background 5 3. Right to health in the occupied Palestinian territory 7 Conceptual framework of the right to health 8.

The Italian Cooperation and the WHO signed this morning a Cost Sharing Agreement related to the Programme “Health System strengthening in the occupied Palestinian territory” for a total amount. In particular, Israel is bound by the obligations of an occupying Power as set out by international humanitarian law.

A detailed analysis of the legal framework in relation to the Occupied Palestinian Territory and the occupied Syrian Golan is contained in recent reports of the Secretary-General (A/HRC/34/38 and A/HRC/34/39).

This paper employs a Benefit Incidence Analysis (BIA) framework of health care financing in the occupied Palestinian territory to trace the distribution of public spending on health care, and to.

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occupied Palestinian territory UN GA: Report of the Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, 1. political conditions that they endure in the occupied Palestinian territory are the key determinants of population health", states the first report in the Series.

This Series on the health status of million people living in the occupied Palestinian territory details one of the mostCited by: • service area analysis, which calcu-lated travelling times to a general hospital for all of the West Bank area.

This analysis did not allow for in-clusion of possible delays at check-points, but did include all changes in travel route (detours) forced by barriers and road closures (including checkpoints). Palestinian refugees still live in camps inside and outside the occupied Palestinian territory,17 although these camps are now urban settlements, not tents.

The occupied Palestinian territory is the term used by the UN for those parts of Palestine occupied by Israel after the Arab–Israeli war of (panel) It consists of.

“Palestine”, the “State of Palestine” and “occupied Palestinian Territory” have been used interchangeably depending on context. Specifically the term “occupied Palestinian territory” refers as a whole to the geographical area of the Palestinian territory occupied by Israel since under international law, including international human rights and humanitarian law.

It is evident from numerous reports of United Nations agencies,2 the Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories3 and leading international and local human rights NGOs that the construction of such a wall seriously hinders the enjoyment of the most fundamental human rights.

Max Fisher, MA "9 Questions about the Israel-Palestine Conflict You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask,"J [Editor’s Note: In his book, Divided Jerusalem, author Bernard Wasserstein estimated that in the population of the city of Jerusalem was approximat Ultimately, what is needed to advance Palestinian development is a political horizon for a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, on the basis of a two-state solution.

In the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), the focus of this article, CVD ranks top of ten NCD killers, accounting for approximately % of deaths. Key risk factors discerned in primary care settings have been related to both structural determinants (i.e.

the Israeli occupation) and individual behavioural : Jane Collier, Hanna Kienzler. The Palestinian Territory has since been occupied by Israel.

Following a large number of disturbances as protests to the occupation, Israel has imposed mobility restrictions for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza.

The mobility is regulated by for example checkpoints, roadblocks and earth mounds. InIsrael started to build a concrete wall around and inside the Palestinian. Occupied Palestinian Territory: The humanitarian impact of reduced • Fuel is available from Israel but currently at more than twice the cost of smuggled fuel ( shekels per litre compared to shekels per litre, in general, and at a lower rate for the GPP, which does not pay a tax demand due to government hospital shortages; one.

International Court of Justice Summary /2 9 July Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (Request for advisory opinion) Summary of the Advisory Opinion of 9 July History of the proceedings (paras.

) The Court first recalls that on 10 December the Secretary-General of the UnitedFile Size: KB. accounting for an estimated 95 per cent of maternal deaths and around 90 per cent of neonatal deaths.

Two thirds of all maternal deaths occur in just 10 countries; India and Nigeria together account for one third of maternal deaths worldwide. InUNICEF, the World Health Organization. food insecurity in the Occupied Palestinian Territory was already very high, with one in three households food insecure, according to data.

Conditions were worse in Gaza, where nearly 6 in 10 households were food insecure compared to 1 in 5 households in the West Bank (Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics et al., ). Size: KB. Public Finance in Palestine Nidal Rashid Sabri 2; is working as Professor of Accounting and Finance and the Dean of the College of Economics at Birzeit University in Palestine.

He is the author of Cost Accounting, Principles of Budgeting, Financial Planning of Farming Business, a- The term Occupied Palestinian Territories (Palestine. UNRWA (the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East) provides assistance, protection and advocacy for some million registered Palestine refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the occupied Palestinian territory, pending a solution to their plight.

The economic costs of the Israeli occupation for the occupied Palestinian territory 1 1. Introduction The Israeli occupation imposes a myriad of restrictions on the Palestinian economy.

It prevents Palestinians from accessing much of their land and from exploiting most of their natural resources; itFile Size: 2MB. Equity in health care financing in Palestine: The value-added of the disaggregate approach Mohammad Abu-Zaineh a,d,*, Awad Mataria b, Ste´phane Luchini c, Jean-Paul Moatti a,d a Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and Southeastern Health Regional Observatory (ORS PACA), Research UnitMarseille, France.

Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen. most of which suffer from conflict, together with Iraq and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, lag significantly behind, unlikely to meet the majority of targets by Research methods and tools for multi-risk assessments and cost benefit analysis are developed and strengthened.

health care costs and for developing a methodology for cost estimates of the Palestinian Ministry of Health’s 5-year plan, March April 1.

Researcher, MoH, The Health Services Management Unit. Analysis of Ramallah Hospital Emergency Department Utilisation, Resource Consumption and Calculation of the Cost Recovery of Services.

AGORA: ICJ ADVISORY OPINION ON CONSTRUCTION OF A WALL IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY EDITORS' INTRODUCTION By Lori Fisler Damrosch and Bernard H. Oxman* Only rarely does an international judicial opinion attract attention on the front pages of newspapers around the world, and spur activism-or condemnation-from diverse segmentsCited by: 4.

Barriers to the access to health services in the occupied Palestinian territory: a cohort study Anita Vitullo, Abdelnasser Soboh, Jenny Oskarsson, Tasneem Atatrah, Mohamed Lafi, Tony Laurance Background Access to health care is a fundamental human.

“Accounting Information for Decision-Making in Palestine: An Empirical Evidence” OMAR S. HAJJAWI Faculty of Administrative & Financial Sciences, Arab American University P.

BoxJenin, Israeli Occupied Territories of Palestine E-mail: [email protected] Tel: 04 Ext; Fax: 04 Abstract. a) the struggles between Arabs and Jews over Palestine led to the creating of Israel because when Britian realized they could never find a solution for both groups to live in Palestine, they turned Palestine over to the UN.

the UN decided that Palestine would be split into two states. one of the states, which was occupied now by the Jews, was called Israel. The ultimate authority over the Occupied Palestinian Territory still lies with Israel.

Under the law and practice of occupation, the establishment by the occupying Power of a temporary administration over an occupied territory is not an essential requirement for occupation, although it could be one element among others that indicates the.

However, the costs of their medical care are deducted from taxes collected by Israeli authorities and are not directly returned to the Palestinian Ministry of Health. Cancer care in the Palestinian territories was fragmented beforewith little coordination among pathologists, radiologists, surgeons, and medical oncologists.

The World Health Organization (WHO) incorporated well-being into its definition of health in The significance given to this concept is due to its role in the assessment of people’s quality of life and health.

Using the WHO Well-being Index, we estimated well-being among adults and identified selected associated factors in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) using data obtained Cited by: 9. Hospital bed density: This entry provides the number of hospital beds per 1, people; it serves as a general measure of inpatient service availability.

Hospital beds include inpatient beds available in public, private, general, and specialized hospitals and rehabilitation centers. This article is from BMJ Open, volume ctObjectives: The purpose of the study was to estimate health expectancy for the Palestinian population and to.

Israeli settlements are civilian communities inhabited by Israeli citizens, almost exclusively of Jewish ethnicity, built on lands occupied by Israel in the Six-Day War. Israeli settlements currently exist in the Palestinian territory of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and in the Syrian territory of the Golan Heights, and had previously existed within the Egyptian territory of.

Since the Oslo Accords inthere has been a gradual increase, becoming steep fromin development assistance to the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). In this study, I aimed to provide a systematic assessment of the scale, focus, and trends in regional and global development assistance for health (DAH) to the oPt from to Author: Rajaie Batniji.

Palestine Ireland's programme of assistance to the Palestinian people supports the search for a lasting and just political solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Our focus is on meeting the needs of the most vulnerable Palestinian communities across the occupied Palestinian territory and Palestine refugees in neighbouring countries.

On 23 Julyduring the Israel–Gaza conflict, the UNHRC adopted resolution S for a commission of inquiry to "investigate all violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip, in the context of the Permanent Representative: Danny Danon.

Hits: 0 City: Gaza, occupied Palestinian territory Office: UNDP – United Nations Development Programme in Gaza Job ID: Practice Area – Job Family: Management Vacancy End Date: (Midnight New York, USA) 16/03/ Duty Station: Gaza, Palestine Education & Work Experience: C-HS Graduate or Equivalent – 7 year(s) experience Languages: Arabic, English Hebrew .As Israel’s parliament swore in a new government this week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated his goal of annexing territory in the occupied West Bank.

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In Julythe General Assembly adopted resolution 52/ conferring upon Palestine additional rights and privileges Permanent Representative: Riyad H. Mansour.

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