Health care delivery fraud is a huge problem in Israel.
There are around 100,000 health care workers working in the country, and the Israeli government has been trying to tackle it since 2011.
But what’s particularly difficult is to detect it and prevent it from happening.
A new initiative by the Israeli Ministry of Justice and the Israel Tax Authority will help.
The initiative will provide a simple interface for people to report and verify health care provider fraud.
This includes checking for the names of health care providers, verifying the providers’ addresses, and tracking the health care expenses paid by those providers.
The goal is to combat health care corruption, and help prevent it in the future.
What’s more, the initiative aims to help people make sense of the information they receive from health care sources, as well as make sure the information is accurate.
The Israeli government hopes to use this information to improve the effectiveness of health and social services, as they would by tracking fraud.