"In America, you’re twice as likely to get your knee replaced as you are in other Western countries. You’re two or three times as likely to get a heart catheterization or have a stent put in your coronaries. We’ve set up a reimbursement system that often pushes physicians and hospitals into doing more. It doesn’t reward doctors for doing a better job. It doesn’t reward them for keeping their patients healthy. It rewards them for delivering more care. And driven by these perverse economic incentives, doctors are doing a lot of procedures to people that they don’t need and, in fact, may cause harm. In this clip, we see Yvonne, a victim of overtreatment and a poignant example that more isn't always better."