An executive manager training for a health insurance company, and the management training he or she will be given, could help a young Israeli company build a patient-focused health care strategy.
The company wants to hire an executive manager for its network of hospitals and clinics, and also for its operations in Israel, a country that is also a major market for the Israeli health insurance industry.
The new executive manager is expected to help build a medical network in Israel with a focus on improving efficiency, efficiency of care, quality of life, access to medical care, the company said in its application for a license.
Israel is a major player in the medical technology industry in Europe and the Middle East.
The country has a population of about 10 million and is a key player in medical technology.
It has an extensive medical system with about 600 hospitals, and an extensive network of more than 700 health care facilities, according to Israeli media reports.
Israel’s health care sector has a strong presence in the U.S., where about 3.4 million people receive health insurance, according in its 2015 fiscal year report, which was released this week.
The report, written by the Health Insurance and Development Authority of Israel, estimated that Israel’s total health care spending in fiscal year 2015 was $2.7 billion.
Israel was the third-largest market for U.B.M.’s health insurance business in 2015, according the company.
About 10% of Israel’s hospitals are in the health insurance market, according Israel’s Ministry of Finance.
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