A few things could be modified for subsequent editions or similar works in the future. First, to complement the discussion of the consultation role, a chapter would be helpful on the clinical, educational, and administrative aspects of the liaison role. Second, it would be helpful to compile certain topics at the beginning of the book: the introduction, epidemiology of disorders, nosological issues, and methods for identification of disorders. Then, it would be natural to proceed with the diagnosis and management of specific disorders. Third, the book could provide more information on key topics in dealing with patients in the hospital setting, such as the mental status examination, delirium, the management of agitation, and the management of depression and anxiety. Fourth, more emphasis could be placed on outpatient services, because changes in the delivery of health care are shifting care to that sector. With a few changes in the subsequent edition, this work could serve as an excellent synopsis of consultation-liaison psychiatry.