A new program aims to reduce unnecessary care for vulnerable patients such as back pain imaging, opioid use, and more.
New training and mentorship program supports clinicians in doing less of what harms and more of what helps vulnerable patients.
Kaiser Permanente Washington research tackled problems like obesity, suicide—and care that doesn’t promote health
MacColl and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation help providers and patients hold hard conversations to curb habits of too much testing and treatment.
MacColl engages teams to ‘de-implement’ needless tests and treatments, doing less overused low-value care that might harm patients.
A new report called Promoting the Appropriate Use of Health Care Services sets research and policy priorities for efforts to give Americans the care they need—no more, no less. Those efforts to reduce low-value care include the Choosing Wisely® initiative.