Prof. Shlomo Mor-Yosef is the Director General of Bituach Leumi, National Insurance Institute of Israel.
Prof. Mor-Yosef was the Chairman of the Board of the Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research between the years 2008-2014.
In 2011, Prof. Mor-Yosef completed his tenure as Director General of the Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) in Jerusalem. His eleven years as Director General were the crowning glory of his 38 years at Hadassah, from his first year of medical school until 2011, with just a few brief exceptions.
Prof. Mor-Yosef graduated from the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School in 1980, completing his obstetrics and gynecology specialization at Hadassah. He served as a senior physician in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Hadassah with special focus on cervical cancer. From 1988-89 Prof. Mor-Yosef completed a subspecialty in Gynecological Oncology at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, England.
In 1990, Prof. Mor-Yosef assumed the position of Deputy Director of the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, following which he studied at the Harvard University JFK School of Government where he received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration. In 1994, he assumed the post of Deputy Director General of HMO and then served as Director of Hadassah Ein Kerem. Prior to assuming his post as Director General of HMO, Prof. Mor-Yosef served as Director General of the Soroka Medical Center of the Negev.
Prof. Mor-Yosef has authored more than 100 scientific publications and has served on the faculty of several universities and boards of various organizations and companies. From 2001 – 2012, Prof. Mor-Yosef served as Chairman of Hadasit, HMO’s Technology Transfer Company. Among his present responsibilities, Prof. Mor-Yosef serves as Chairman of the Public Committee for Fertility and Birth appointed by the Director General of the Ministry of Health to recommend legislation in the field of fertility and birth in Israel; and Member of the Master Plan for Transportation Committee of the Association for Planning, Development & Urban Preservation – Jerusalem.