In a joint statement, the ministers highlighted their unwavering dedication to partnering on numerous issues of paramount importance to both Israel and the US.
Health ministers of Israel and the United States signed a memorandum of understanding, cementing their commitment to bolster cooperation between their respective health ministries, on Thursday.
During his official visit to the US, Health Minister Moshe Arbel of Israel and his American counterpart, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, formally sealed this groundbreaking agreement, aimed at fortifying collaboration across several critical domains of healthcare.
In a joint statement, the ministers highlighted their unwavering dedication to partnering on numerous issues of paramount importance to both Israel and the US. These key areas encompass the advancement and expansion of mental health services, research in healthcare, and technology assessment.
Additionally, the agreement touches upon topics such as food security, drug, and medical device licensing, public health readiness for future pandemics, behavioral health, digital health, and the integration of artificial intelligence into the healthcare system.