Value Institute fall symposium looks at assumptions driving what some see as ‘too much care’

While medicine offers tremendous benefits to patients who are acutely ill, when clinical issues are not life-threatening there is often a good reason for providers to be wary, lest they test too often and treat too aggressively. Finding ways to strike a "Goldilocks balance" — treating not too little or too much — was the theme of a lively keynote address at the Value Institute Fall Symposium, Nov. 15 at the John H. Ammon Medical Education Center. Read more