When I started this website, the ambition was to collect and curate information. So much fantastic research and advocacy has already been undertaken in the area of Appropriateness in medicine, but there was no "one-stop shop" for it.
This growing movement is known by many names, like RightCare, Quaternary Prevention, Overdiagnosis, Appropriateness, Less is More in Medicine, and so on. In Canada, we seem to favour the "Appropriateness in Health Care" phrase.
The field now has so much momentum that it can be hard to keep track of everything. It's a great problem to have when you are passionate about this way of thinking, but as I'm only one person I can miss lots of great things! A friend pointed out a glaring (and wonderful, Canadian) omission:
It is the Health Quality Ontario Appropriateness Initiative, which created a systematic framework for identifying, prioritizing and assessing interventions that are potentially being used inappropriately; they offer evidence reviews and recommendations. Some topics include Measuring HbA1cs in Diabetes and Testing Vitamin B12 Levels in Neuropathy, Alopecia, Dizziness, and Fatigue.
There are many other initiatives, beyond this one and the fairly well-know Choosing Wisely campaign. See the list of PROJECTS for more.