While its government has yet to set out a clear policy regarding medical tourism in Israel, a new bill from the Ministries of Health and Tourism is based on three basic principles that have been accepted in line with the belief that a state has, first and foremost, an ethical obligation to provide medical treatment to its own citizens.
The following principles are applied in the bill:
Caring for the Israeli patient
Strengthening the public health system
Ensuring professional and ethical treatment for the medical tourist
Read the report from Mice BTN (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Business Tourism News).