Israel’s Health System Ranked Among Top 10 Globally

Israeli military medic tends a Syrian man who was wounded in the ongoing violence in Syria, in a military hospital located in the Golan Heights near the border with Syria on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014. Since the Syrian conflict erupted almost three years ago hundreds of Syrians have received treatment …
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Arutz Sheva reports: A recent study ranked Israel’s health care system as the ninth-best in the world, the UK’s Business Insider reported.

The research, conducted by the London-based Legatum Institute, compared 104 variables and listed nine subindexes. The study examined three basic components of health: availability of preventive care, health infrastructure, and citizens’ physical and mental health.

149 countries were included in the comparison, with Israel included in the top ten. These ten were, in order:

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