Cure (Cancer Updates, Research and Education) has published an article, "Changing Our Health Care Values," with an interview with Amy Berman

"My primary concern was maximizing the quality of my remaining time by avoiding harsh treatments, but saving large amounts of money has also helped my quality of life by giving me more to do the things I enjoy,” says Berman, 58, a registered nurse who, as a senior program officer at The John A. Hartford Foundation in New York City, had already spent years advocating for less debilitating end-of-life care. Berman’s decision-making process epitomizes the Choosing Wisely strategy."

The article discusses personal health care goals as well as health care costs.

To read the article, click here.
To learn more about the Choosing Wisely campaign, click here.