Ran Reznick has been writing for the past 20 years, mostly about health and medical issues. He has exposed a long list of cases of corruption, injustice and malpractice within the Israeli health system. Some of his stories provoked internal medical system investigations, led to formal complaints and indictments of health system administrators and fomented changes in legislation. Resnick has written for the municipal magazine Ha’ir and the newspapers Haaretz and Yedioth Ahronoth. In 1997 he received the Moshe Ran Prize for Excellent Journalism from the Israeli Journalists' Association. In 2006, Reznick received the Knights of Quality Government Award from the Movement for Quality Government in Israel for his “unique contribution to the struggle against corruption in the health system and protecting the rights of patients by raising the level of journalistic criticism.” In 2007, he received the prestigious Sokolov Prize for Print Journalism for his investigative journalism on health-related issues. He also received a letter of appreciation from the president on behalf of the nonprofit organization B’Zchut (the Center for Human Rights for People with Disabilities) for exposing the plight of mentally disabled patients in psychiatric hospitals. Reznick began working at Israel HaYom in 2011 as an as an investigative journalist and commentator on health issues. Reznick has a bachelor’s degree with high honors in humanities and the social sciences from TelAvivUniversity. He currently teaches communications and journalism at the Open University.