A report released by the Health Ministry examined exactly where Israel has improved or deteriorated when compared with data from 2010.
The new finance minister announced on Tuesday that Israel will join the OECD's digital taxation policy along with 138 other countries.
"The Israeli level of development and digitization is twice that of other OECD countries."
Addressing one of the ramifications of poverty by a government-led food rescue program
Growth in 2020 is expected to remain close to 3%, but Bank of Israel policymakers have expressed caution, given the current government stalemate.
More than 50 government processes have been digitized, the Prime Minister's Office said, including issuing tax payment receipts and transitioning to online licensing examinations.
While Israel's technological and scientific breakthroughs are impressive, it is still has the highest rate of poverty of any OECD country, according to a National Insurance Institute report.
The country's fiscal deficit between March 2018 and February 2019 had grown to 3.5% of gross domestic product, compared to 3.3% in the year leading up to January and 2.9% in December.
The analysis is based on answers to the question “Do you justify cheating on taxes if you have the chance?”