Other than the mere findingd, there is no conclusion that could be drawn from this research. Econometrically speaking, any causality conclusion is simply false because of many parameters that cannot be accounted for because the populations are so different. What about living habits -- nutrition, smoking, awareness to health etc... Are those gaps smaller if compared to remote non-urban Jewish population with lesser means? Probably so. The gap does not indicate toward direct discrimination in access to health services, simply because such does not exist. There is no reason for the high infant mortality in the Arab sector but negligence. They can only accuse themselves. There is, however, differences in the accessibility to top medical care, but those run across economic division, and not ethnic one.
Israeli teen lightly wounded from stone throwing in West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba (Haaretz)
from the article: Study: Israeli Jews live four years longer than Israeli Arabs