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The Israeli hospital system has been struggling to keep up with demand, with a growing number of patients bed-sharing and doctors having to move between them.
Bed-sharing in Israeli hospitals has increased from a few hundred in the 1980s to over three million today, with many of these patients living in private homes, according to Israeli health officials.
The shortage of beds is making it difficult for hospitals to keep pace with the growing demand.
Health officials say that more than 10,000 Israelis have been admitted to Israeli hospitals in the past year, mostly due to the shortage of health care beds.
Israel has taken steps to address the problem, including making the beds available to private sector owners, opening more private rooms for patients and opening up emergency rooms.
But it is still hard to keep track of all the beds in hospitals, and it is unclear if they are fully occupied.
Israel also has a high-volume of uninsured patients, and there are many of them in the country, with some of them being referred to Israeli private hospitals.
Israel is one of the few countries in the world that has universal health insurance.
But its system for paying for treatment is often inadequate and its insurance does not cover all the medical expenses.
It also has some of the world’s most expensive health care systems, with an average per capita cost of more than $12,000.
While some private hospitals offer patients bed sharing, many hospitals have been forced to resort to renting out private rooms to keep costs down.
Israelis in Israel, however, have been sharing their beds, said Dr. Avigdor Lior, head of the medical center for emergency medicine at the Beit Shemesh hospital in central Israel.
In recent months, there has been an increase in the number of beds being used by Israelis, he said.
Dr. Lior said that he is seeing a large number of people who are sharing their bed.
“This is good, because this will allow us to meet the needs of patients,” he said, adding that in some cases, patients have to be transferred to other hospitals in order to be able to stay in a hospital.
In a recent report by the medical group CareNet, some of Israel’s most senior physicians have called for Israel to increase its bed occupancy limit to more than two people per bed.