Integrated Care: Working at the interface of Medicine and Psychiatry (2014) edited by Lori Raney, MD.

The goals of Integrated Care: Working at the Interface of Primary Care and Behavioral Health are to define integrated care, review the evidence base, and address the three potential benefits of integrated care: improved outcomes, cost containment, and enhanced patient experience (also known as the "triple aim"). The book is divided into two sections, "Behavioral Health in Primary Care Settings" and "Primary Care in Behavioral Health Care Settings," with Section 1 focused on improving the detection and treatment of behavioral health conditions by integrating behavioral health services into primary care settings and Section 2 focused on improving the health status of patient populations with serious mental illness by integrating primary care into behavioral health treatment. Detailed case vignettes integrated throughout the book bring concepts to life and help clinicians to understand and improve the patient-provider relationship.