Health services not equal across Israel, State Comptroller says
Annual report finds discrepancies between services in the central regions and the country's periphery as well as serious problems with the infrastructure of many hospitals.
Health services are not delivered equitably across Israel, according to the new state comptroller's report, which found that citizens in outlying areas wait far longer for treatments than those in the central regions. It calls on the Health Ministry to examine ways to reduce these inequalities, calling this a “national mission.”
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