Some Israelis Have Duplicate Health Insurance and It Costs the State Almost $1 Billion per Year

There are scores of cases of people with duplicate and even triplicate coverage but despite tighter rules, agents often have a conflict of interest in selling policies

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To their surprise, Mr. and Ms. P., a couple in their 50s living in central Israel, discovered that between the two of them they held no fewer than 33 health and nursing care insurance policies.