About 25% of health care spending in the United States is waste as the result of improper care, lack of care coordination, or overtreatment, according to a review of multiple studies. In 2018, the estimated cost of health care waste ranged $760 billion to $935 billion of the $3.6 trillion in total health care spending. Savings from interventions that address waste were estimated to address between $191 billion to $282 billion of that total. For the analysis, “health care waste” was defined across six domains, as defined by the Institute of Medicine and Berwick and Hackbarth: Failure . . .